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Alan Guebert considers the findings of a recently published paper that suggests renewable energy sources may not be the answer to reversing climate change.

The $6.6 million collected from ratepayers was part of more than $24 million in payments identified by FirstEnergy as “improperly classified, misallocated or lacked supporting documentation” in a report to the SEC. A dozen of those payments were to Tony George, a Cleveland businessman; two went to Sam Randazzo, former PUCO chief who resigned last fall after the FBI raided his home in connection with the FirstEnergy/House Bill 6 investigation.

Calls to repeal House Bill 6 have gotten louder after Sam Randazzo, chairman of the PUCO, resigned Nov. 20 after the FBI raided his home.

ReImagine Appalachia's plan would create jobs, but require billions of dollars in funding and put 28,000 workers in fossil fuels industries out of work.

If you're going to heat your home with wood, you should learn how to operate and maintain a wood burner to keep it safe and efficient for many years.

With fall and winter knocking, chimney maintenance is a priority before firing up your wood burner. Learn how to properly clean and inspect your chimney.

Solar developments are rapidly growing in Pennsylvania and Ohio. The renewable energy source could help family farms and the surrounding communities.

So, you’ve been contacted by a solar developer about leasing your land or you want to see if your farm might be a good fit. Here's what you need to know.

Learn how to use the induced alternating magnetic field around high-voltage transmission power lines to make a fluorescent tube bulb glow.

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is awarding grants for clean energy vehicle projects in Pennsylvania.