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Jason Stanek

Nine years ago, the General Assembly passed a law governing the natural gas industry that was designed, among other things, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The chair of the Public Service Commission takes issue with an earlier commentary from the Office of People’s Counsel on planning for the electric grid of the future.

When the Maryland Public Service Commission in 2017 awarded leases to two offshore wind energy companies to erect turbines off the coast of Ocean…

Sometimes in Annapolis a major legislative fight can be seen far off on the horizon. That was certainly the feel during a public hearing…

Texas is suffering under its worst winter storm in history, and millions of homes are without power this week. The images are stark, the…

With the end of the state’s moratorium on utility service cutoffs looming, Maryland lawmakers on Wednesday heard from regulators, energy assistance agencies, consumer advocates…

Following 12 hours of testimony from a broad array of stakeholders late last week, the Maryland Public Service Commission voted Monday to extend the…

Say the word “deregulation” around the Maryland State House, and people start to get nervous. Not that it hasn’t happened before: The state’s electric…

An Ocean City vacation carries multiple pleasures (and occasional misery), but let’s face it, with all due respect – ecotourism it ain’t. But that,…

A top-ranking lawmaker said Thursday he may introduce legislation next year to change part of the state’s renewable energy portfolio. Speaking on a panel…