A state representative and a senator told a Wichita Republican audience Friday that they think they'll have more success next year in repealing a law that requires Kansas public utilities to get some of their power from wind.
| Sep 13 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Luther Turmelle New Haven Register, Conn.
It will be a little while longer before city residents find out whether plans by The United Illuminating Co. to operate a renewable energy complex on the site of the community's former landfill will be approved.
In a forum quickly reconfigured after the last-minute withdrawal of Gov. Paul LePage, his challengers for the Blaine House delivered speeches detailing how their energy policies would differ from the governor's and, to a lesser degree, each other's.
The Citizens Utility Board (CUB) and Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) have filed a petition asking state regulators to strengthen a metric that requires Illinois' two biggest electric utilities to show how historic upgrades to the power grid are reducing "greenhouse gas" emissions.
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation and Iberdrola USA subsidiaries New York State Electric & Gas Corporation and Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation provided oral argument today in the Second Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in New York City, challenging the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) decision to assess unnecessarily high prices in the new capacity zone in the lower Hudson Valley.
Avista (NYSE: AVA) filed its annual Residential Exchange Program and Purchased Gas Cost Adjustment (PGA) requests that would result in a 0.6 percent decrease in electric revenue, and increase natural gas revenue by 1.2 percent in Washington, if the requests are approved by the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC).
| Sep 12 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Mark Glover The Sacramento Bee
Roseville-based solar energy developer SPI Solar says it has agreed to pay $91.8 million for an international energy company and will take over solar projects in Greece with an annual generating capacity of nearly 26.6 megawatts.
The board of directors of Sempra Energy (NYSE:SRE) today declared a quarterly dividend of $0.66 per share of common stock. The current dividend is payable Oct. 15, 2014, to shareholders of record on Sept. 25, 2014.