Supreme Court Seems Divided Over EPA Mercury LimitsThe Supreme Court's conservative justices cast doubt Wednesday on the Obama administration's first-ever regulations aimed at reducing power plant emissions of mercury and other hazardous air pollutants.
Lawmaker and Environmentalist Clash Over Financing for Nuclear Power PlantSen. Brad Lager said the timing and arguments of the environmental groups don't make much sense.
Gov. Nixon: Nuclear Power = Jobs "When it comes to creating jobs and transforming our economy, projects just don't get any bigger than this one," Nixon said. "This is our moment."
NRC Meets with AmerenAmeren's current 40-year operating license for the Callaway County plant expires in 2024.
Illinois No. 2 in Nation in Adding Wind Turbines Illinois led the nation in the number of wind turbines installed in 2011.
NRC Cites Callaway Nuke PlantThe Nuclear Regulatory Commission found two problems of what it calls "very low" safety significance.
Watchdog Group Warning on Nuke Power Illinois has 14 nuclear reactors, 11 of which are still in business generating electricity. And they’re old, says David Kraft, executive director of the Nuclear Energy Information Service.
Union Deal Reached in Dispute at Honeywell's Metropolis Plant Terms of the deal involving Honeywell's Metropolis plant were not released, pending a vote by the union's members.
Ameren Missouri Disagrees with Germany's Approach to Nuclear PowerAmeren says expanded nuclear power remains a solution to meet energy needs.
Ameren Dumps Nuc PlanIt would have let customers be billed for some costs.
Mo. Lawmaker Seeks Special Session on Nuclear PlantLegislation allowing utilities to charge electric customers for some of the initial costs of developing a nuclear power plant.
Compromise Urged on Mo. Nuclear BillPass a bill addressing potential construction of a second nuclear power plant in the state.