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EPA clears way for California’s zero-emission truck sales requirement

California's economic might may help spur a trend of zero-emission trucks nationwide.

Oil and gas revenue

WASHINGTON — The Interior Department announced the distribution of $353 million in 2022 fiscal year energy revenues to four Gulf states with offshore oil and gas production: Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.

House Republicans take victory lap after passing sweeping energy bill

The GOP’s retort to President Biden’s energy policy passed in a highly partisan vote Thursday morning.

Ohio bailout bribery

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A federal court in Ohio certified a class that is suing the FirstEnergy utility and its corporate officers for their part in the bribery scheme that led to the passage of Ohio House Bill 6 and, eventually, the trial and convictions of ex-Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder and former Ohio Republican leader Matt Borges. The bill, passed after Householder accepted a $60 million bribe, bailed out FirstEnergy for $1.3 billion.

US energy officials release strategy to boost offshore wind

The administration is attempting to reduce the cost of fixed offshore wind 30% by 2030, and support a domestic supply chain for the industry.

Fourth Circuit upholds key permit for Mountain Valley Pipeline

A three-judge panel determined state agencies did nothing wrong by issuing a water protection permit for the pipeline.