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David Hillman
Agriculture & Poultry / Construction / Energy / Government & Politics / Legal

In Win for Solar, PSC Allows Grandfathering for Net Metering Customers

In a significant decision for solar energy, Arkansans who now get credit on their utility bills for electricity they generate at their homes and businesses will be able to continue at current rates for 20 years. read more >
Ken Smith
Energy / Government & Politics

Ken Smith Retiring as AAEA Policy Director

The Arkansas Advanced Energy Association surprised Policy Director Ken Smith with recognition on Tuesday, and he surprised everyone else with the news that he will be retiring. read more >
Michael Skelly, founder and president of Clean Line Energy Partners of Houston
Business Services / Construction / Energy / Government & Politics / Manufacturing / Public Companies

Renewable Trend in Energy May Be Beyond Trump’s Grasp

Donald J. Trump won the presidency after a campaign largely negative to renewable sources like solar and wind power, but forces in favor of cleaner power could prove even bigger than The Donald. read more >
Photographer Chuck Haralson, left, and author Ken Smith
Government & Politics / Media & Marketing / Tourism

Haralson, Smith Set for Arkansas Tourism Hall of Fame

Chuck Haralson, former chief photographer for the state Department of Parks and Tourism, and author Ken Smith will be inducted into the Arkansas Tourism Hall of Fame. read more >
Construction / Energy / Government & Politics / Investments

Arkansas at Crossroads for Individual Solar

Solar power generated at individual homes and businesses remains relatively rare in Arkansas, but it has been growing. read more >
Entergy’s White Bluff power plant near Redfield faces new EPA regulation. | (Photo by Wil Chandler)
Energy / Government & Politics / Manufacturing

EPA’s Clean Power Plan Fuels Carbon Debate

On June 2, the Environmental Protection Agency announced its Clean Power Plan. Environmentalists and power companies have split opinions on the agency's goals. read more >