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Energy is necessary for just about everything we do. And when the cost of energy goes up, we pay more over and over and over. Residential customers pay more to keep the lights on and the refrigerator running. Business owners pay more to keep the lights on and the machines running. Consumers pay...
Energy is necessary for just about everything we do. And when the cost of energy goes up, we pay more over and over and over. Residential customers pay more to keep the lights on and the refrigerator running. Business owners pay more to keep the lights on and the machines running. Consumers pay...
 
North Carolina consumers would have saved $4.2 billion since 2007 if mandates on electric power utilities to purchase expensive renewable energy had not driven costs well above the U.S. average, said a nationally recognized energy and environmental policy analyst.
North Carolina consumers would have saved $4.2 billion since 2007 if mandates on electric power utilities to purchase expensive renewable energy had not driven costs well above the U.S. average, said a nationally recognized energy and environmental policy analyst.
 
Voters in the May 6 Republican primary for state House District 15 will choose between incumbent Phil Shepard, a two-term legislator who is a minister and civil service retiree, and Jim Morton, a farmer and retired educator running primarily on parochial issues.
Voters in the May 6 Republican primary for state House District 15 will choose between incumbent Phil Shepard, a two-term legislator who is a minister and civil service retiree, and Jim Morton, a farmer and retired educator running primarily on parochial issues.
 
Affluent North Carolina residents who put solar panels on their rooftops are being subsidized by lower-income customers because of the state's renewable energy subsidies and regulations, the president of Duke Energy North Carolina told a legislative panel Tuesday.
Affluent North Carolina residents who put solar panels on their rooftops are being subsidized by lower-income customers because of the state's renewable energy subsidies and regulations, the president of Duke Energy North Carolina told a legislative panel Tuesday.
 
Internal Republican Party politics ignited by House Speaker Thom Tillis' pending departure and a philosophical battle between moderates and conservatives...
Internal Republican Party politics ignited by House Speaker Thom Tillis' pending departure and a philosophical battle between moderates and conservatives...
 
A contentious Senate committee hearing Wednesday on a bill to phase out multimillion-dollar state tax subsidies to select renewable energy
A contentious Senate committee hearing Wednesday on a bill to phase out multimillion-dollar state tax subsidies to select renewable energy
 
After two hours of discussion and comment earlier this afternoon, a measure freezing the state’s renewable energy portfolio standard squeaked through a House Commerce subcommittee...
After two hours of discussion and comment earlier this afternoon, a measure freezing the state’s renewable energy portfolio standard squeaked through a House Commerce subcommittee...
 
A bill currently before the state House, H.B. 298, introduced by Rep. Mike Hager, would eliminate North Carolina's renewable energy portfolio standards (RPS) -- a state mandate that requires electric utilities to provide 7.5 percent of their power from renewable energy sources...
A bill currently before the state House, H.B. 298, introduced by Rep. Mike Hager, would eliminate North Carolina's renewable energy portfolio standards (RPS) -- a state mandate that requires electric utilities to provide 7.5 percent of their power from renewable energy sources...
 
Green energy advocates characterize it as a jobs-killing bill, and the House leadership hasn't made it easy for the measure to move forward, but state Rep. Mike Hager said support is building for House Bill 298, his effort to end costly state tax subsidies for renewable energy.
Green energy advocates characterize it as a jobs-killing bill, and the House leadership hasn't made it easy for the measure to move forward, but state Rep. Mike Hager said support is building for House Bill 298, his effort to end costly state tax subsidies for renewable energy.
 
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