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by Ellyn Fortino
3:25pm
Mon Oct 31, 2016

Benefits Of Rooftop Solar Power Largely Exceed Net Metering Costs, Analysis Finds

A recent report from the Environment America Research & Policy Center finds that "solar power’s rewards are far greater than its costs."

PI Original
by Ellyn Fortino
3:28pm
Mon Aug 22, 2016

Fair Economy Activists Arrested At Protest Against Corporate 'Tax Dodgers' (VIDEO) (UPDATED)

Members of Fair Economy Illinois took aim at corporate "tax dodgers" during a Monday afternoon protest outside Exelon's Chicago offices. Activists danced the Electric Slide in the street, and 10 protesters were ultimately arrested after they sat down in a downtown intersection and refused to move.

PI Original
by Ellyn Fortino
4:34pm
Tue May 31, 2016

With End Of Legislative Session Looming, Illinois Budget Deal Appears Unlikely

Tuesday marks the last day of the regular legislative session in Illinois, and it appears unlikely that state lawmakers and the governor will reach a budget deal by the deadline. Progress Illinois rounds up the developments out of Springfield. 

PI Original
by Ellyn Fortino
5:08pm
Fri May 6, 2016

Illinois Energy Debate Intensifies After ComEd, Exelon Unveil New Proposal

ComEd and Exelon are proposing a major overhaul of Illinois energy policies under a new plan announced Thursday. Progress Illinois recaps the proposal, which is being met with mixed reaction among interested parties. 

PI Original
by Ellyn Fortino
3:37pm
Mon Jun 22, 2015

The Pope's Climate Change Encyclical 'Raises Urgency' For IL Clean Energy Bill, Advocates Say

After Pope Francis called for climate action in an encyclical on the environment last week, local faith leaders and state Sen. Jacqueline Collins say Illinois lawmakers could help carry out the pope's message by approving a pending clean energy bill.

Quick Hit
by Ellyn Fortino
11:18pm
Fri May 29, 2015

Chicago High Schoolers Rally For Climate Action, Illinois Clean Jobs Bill (VIDEO)

Chicago high schoolers held a climate action rally at the Thompson Center late Thursday afternoon to show their support for the Illinois Clean Jobs bill. The pending legislation is designed to strengthen statewide standards around energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Maria Sanchez, a Northside College Prep junior, was one of about a dozen students from various Chicago high schools at the rally.

"We think the clean energy jobs bill is something that will benefit our communities," she said. "In general, clean energy is the future, and if Illinois is able to become a leader in that, it's a step in the right direction."

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