Archive for March 27th, 2017

Living without Davis-Besse?
FirstEnergy / Nuclear Energy

Living without Davis-Besse?

OAK HARBOR — “Living in the shadows of the Davis-Besse nuclear power plant’s cooling tower, which soars above Lake Erie in Ohio like an oversized lighthouse, brings with it some give-and-take. On the plus side, it generates tax money that once paid for a high school swimming pool and auditorium. […]

Watergrabbing: A story of water
Environmental Justice / Research & Reports

Watergrabbing: A story of water

DOHA, QATAR — “Historically the source of many conflicts, water grabbing is the control and theft of water resources by the powerful, often at the expense of local populations and ecosystems. It can result in dispossession, displacement and ecological destruction. In an age of dwindling resources and climate change, water […]

Preparing for Chemical Valley: Life between two Shell plants
Good Neighbor Campaigns

Preparing for Chemical Valley: Life between two Shell plants

NORCO, LA — “It was around 4 a.m., a few days before Barbara and Randy Dixon were supposed to move into their new home on Goodhope Street in Norco, La., when an explosion knocked out every window in the house, spreading broken glass like a carpet over the porch. Ceiling […]

FirstEnergy to offer discount it says will undercut NOPEC’s rates
FirstEnergy

FirstEnergy to offer discount it says will undercut NOPEC’s rates

AKRON — “A little more than four months after their highly publicized split, Akron-based FirstEnergy Solutions and the Solon-based Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council are in full competition mode. With a new discount for customers, FirstEnergy may have just fired the initial shot of their first major battle — one […]

Don’t let knuckle-draggers on Ohio’s energy future win, leaving the people with zero: editorial
Freeze on Clean Energy

Don’t let knuckle-draggers on Ohio’s energy future win, leaving the people with zero: editorial

CLEVELAND — “Five strikes and you’re more than out, you’re living in denial. And that’s where backers of House Bill 114 now reside — in denial of the jobs, investment, growth and future economic stability that come from a broad energy portfolio in Ohio. HB 114 not only would gut a bipartisan and virtually […]