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Supreme Court to hear new climate-change case

WASHINGTON  — The Obama administration and environmental interests generally agree that global warming is a threat that must be dealt with. But they’re on opposite sides of a Supreme Court case over the ability of states and groups such as the ...

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PATH power line project all but out of juice

Virginia regulators are set to dismiss the application to build the $2.1 billion Potomac-Appalachian Transmission Highline high-voltage power line, effectively mothballing the project for the foreseeable future. PATH, a joint venture of Allegheny Energy Co. — now part of FirstEnergy ...

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PJM Interconnection puts $2 billion PATH line on hold

The three-year effort to prove the need for a new, $2.1 billion regional high-voltage power line ground to a halt on Monday after the companies behind it pulled their applications to build the line. PJM Interconnection, which regulates the power ...

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Opponents of proposed multistate power line ask regulators to dismiss project

FREDERICK — Some Maryland opponents of a proposed multistate power line are asking state regulators to dismiss the project because they say it may not be needed. The Frederick-based Sugarloaf Conservancy filed the motion Tuesday with the Maryland Public Service ...

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$2B PATH project faces dismissal by W. Va. regulators

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — An application to build a $2 billion power line from West Virginia to Maryland should be dismissed because less expensive alternatives should be considered first, say staff reviewing the project for the West Virginia Public Service Commission. ...

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