Appalachians love to compete. Whether it’s recreational league softball, a turkey calling contest or workplace chili cook offs, Mountain folks are in it to win it. But there’s more to competing than just winning or losing. In this show, we’ll meet competitors who are also keepers of beloved Appalachian traditions.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The sides settled on a compromise of roughly 9 cents a kilowatt hour. The new credit takes effect on Jan. 1, 2025.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Under a proposed agreement submitted to the West Virginia Public Service Commission, average Mon Power residential electricity customers would see their bills go up $9.94 a month.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Mon Power’s Fort Martin solar plant spreads out on about 80 rolling acres just south of the Pennsylvania border.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The average Mon Power residential electricity user will pay about $5 more a month starting on March 27, if the West Virginia Public Service Commission approves the deal.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The power grid struggled to meet the demand for electricity as temperatures plummeted ahead of Christmas Eve.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
According to written testimony to the Public Service Commission by expert witnesses, both plants are maxed out on the coal they can safely store on site.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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