Smart Meters are coming to your home and business soon, if you have not already had ComEd replace analog meters with Smart Meters in your community.
An ongoing state budget impasse is the biggest thing on the minds of state lawmakers these days, but an approaching debate over renewable energy could emerge as another high stakes policy battle.
Renewable energy advocates continue push for Clean Jobs Bill; Big provider wants low-emission nuclear in discussion
The Illinois Citizens Utility Board says the Clean Jobs Bill will save utility customers at least $1 billion by 2030, and would translates into a minimum savings of $8 to $9 a month for each customer. Those claims, however, are vigorously disputed by various policy analysts.
Illinois CUB fails to provide accurate info on Clean Jobs Bill, economic development consultant says
SPRINGFIELD - In recent months, the Illinois Citizens Utility Board (CUB) surprised economic development and policy experts like Mark Glennon by staunchly supporting the Illinois Clean Jobs Bill. Illinois Sen. Don Harmon (D-Oak Park) and Rep. Elaine Nekritz (D-Northbrook) introduced the bill in February, with the intent to increase energy efficiency and use of renewable resources, reduce carbon pollution and create jobs. The Clean Jobs Bill has stalled for now, but proponents have signaled it
Phillips A total of 15 new asbestos lawsuits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of May 3 through May 7.
The Edwardsville law firm Burroughs, Hepler, Broom, MacDonald, Hebrank and True claims Commonwealth Edison Company failed to pay various legal bills in a lawsuit filed June 20 in Madison County Circuit Court.