NJs Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program Season Opens
State's DCA Encourages Eligible Residents to Apply for Utility Bill Assistance. Morristown, New Jersey - The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) has officially launched the FY24 season of the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) as of October 1. This program, alongside others offered by the DCA, aims to provide utility bill relief to qualifying New Jersey households.
Benefits and Uses of B-Complex Vitamins: A Comprehensive Guide
Vitamin B-complex supplements are a combination of all the essential B vitamins in one pill, which play a significant role in converting food into energy in the body. While a balanced diet can provide adequate vitamin B, some individuals may benefit from taking a vitamin B-complex supplement.
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Japan’s Problem, and Controversial Solution, to Radioactive Water
Why some types of radioactive water are much worse than others. Japan has a problem: it has too much stored water. Specifically, it has too much water that is contaminated with radioactive material, left over from when the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami hit its nuclear power plant.
Rocky Mountain Power's Proposed Rate Hike Faces Unanimous Opposition
Rocky Mountain Power (RMP) and its parent company, PacifiCorps, are facing unanimous opposition from politicians and residents regarding their proposed rate hike of nearly 30% for Wyoming energy consumers. The state commission responsible for oversight is being urged to reject this proposal.
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Wyoming Reduces Gas Rates for Black Hills Energy Customers
The Wyoming Public Service Commission (WPSC) has recently endorsed a proposal by Black Hills Wyoming Gas, LLC, also known as Black Hills Energy (BHWG), to reduce wholesale gas costs. This decision, effective from September 1, 2023, will see a rate decrease of $0.1104 per therm for non-Choice Gas customers.
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Nuclear Power Resurgence: The Court Ruling That Could Reshape California's Energy Landscape
California is currently in the process of transitioning to non-carbon energy sources, but this transition comes with challenges and compromises. A recent court ruling dismissed a complaint by an environmental group that called for the closure of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant. This decision has sparked a debate about the role of nuclear power in California's energy future.
Biden Administration Announces Proposal to Ban New Oil Drilling and Mining in Sandoval County
The Department of the Interior announced a proposal on Monday, September 18, 2023, that would ban oil drilling or mining on 4,200 acres in Sandoval County, New Mexico. The Department of the Interior says the proposal would safeguard sacred Tribal lands, boost important local recreation opportunities, and support wildlife habitat connectivity.
Zelensky Warns UN of Putin's Nuclear Intentions
Volodymyr Zelensky urges the UN to counter Vladimir Putin's aggression. Zelensky warns of the potential use of nuclear bombs by Russia. The war in Ukraine disrupts global supply chains, affecting food and energy prices.
Opposition to RMP's 30% Rate Hike in Wyoming
In a recent public listening session, Riverton residents expressed strong disapproval of Rocky Mountain Power's proposal to increase power rates by nearly 30%. This session, organized by the Wyoming Public Service Commission (PSC), is one of several leading up to a decisive hearing in October. Similar sentiments were echoed in an earlier meeting held in Casper, where the utility company faced unanimous opposition. Senator Tim Salazar of Riverton went on record stating that the proposed hike could be perceived as price gouging, potentially having devastating effects on numerous families.
California vs. Big Oil: The Lawsuit that Could Reshape the Energy Landscape!
California's lawsuit against big oil companies for their role in worsening climate change is a significant development, according to Richard Wiles, the president of the Center for Climate Integrity.
Homeowner Fights with HOA for Ordinary Outdoor Activities
Florida news publication News-Press published a letter from a homeowner in Florida who was made aware of a state law that protects their right to hang their clothes up to dry on a clothesline, even if their homeowners association (HOA) prohibits it. Terri Krass (62), a former school superintendent who was a resident of the luxurious Cross Creek Estates, discovered Florida Statute 163.04 while on holiday in Maine. The law clearly states that Floridians may use “solar collectors, clothes lines, or other energy devices based on renewable resources” and HOAs are not allowed to stop them. Right away, Krass put up an umbrella-style clothesline, the News-Press reported. Nevertheless, a few of her neighbors spoke out against it.
Wyoming Oil & Gas Lease Sales
Oil and natural gas developers have bid a total of $13.2 million to secure drilling and production rights on 53 federal parcels in Wyoming. This indicates a significant interest in the state's energy resources.
Sustainability Initiatives in Virginia: A Beacon of Green Progress
In a world grappling with the dire consequences of climate change and environmental degradation, the state of Virginia has emerged as a shining example of dedication to sustainability. With unwavering commitments to renewable energy, conservation efforts, and green infrastructure projects, the Commonwealth of Virginia stands as a model for responsible stewardship of our planet.
Protecting Wyoming Ratepayers from Electric Rate Hike
The state legislative committee of Wyoming is accelerating its efforts to review several new proposed measures. The primary objective is to shield Wyoming ratepayers from a potential surge in utility expenses.
Rocky Mountain Power Rate Hike: Impact on Wyoming Residents
Wyoming is currently grappling with a significant proposed electric rate hike, the largest in its recent history. This proposal by Rocky Mountain Power, the state's predominant utility, comes at a time when households and businesses are already burdened by escalating housing costs and inflation. The utility's move to shift the financial risk of unexpected fossil fuel price surges onto its customers has raised eyebrows and concerns. Historically, the utility absorbed 20% of these unforeseen costs, but now it seeks to transfer the entire liability to Wyoming's ratepayers.
$1,700 Energy Rebate for Floridians: How to Qualify?
Floridian homeowners, here's an opportunity to boost your home's energy efficiency and pocket a hefty $1,700 rebate, courtesy of Duke Energy Florida. But how can you qualify for this enticing offer, and what does it entail? Let's delve into the details.