EC Infosystems Announces Overall Sponsorship of Fall 2015 NYC Energy Marketing Conference for Retailers

Annoucement | UNIONDALE, N.Y., September 03, 2015
EC Infosystems, a leader in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Billing/Customer Information Solutions (CIS) for clients in the deregulated energy industry, has announced that it is once again the “Overall Conference Sponsor” of the Fall 2015 “NYC Energy Marketing Conference for Retailers.”

ScottMadden Named as Top Ranked Firm by Vault

Annoucement | September 03, 2015 | Atlanta, GA
Vault’s Top 50 Consulting Rankings for 2016

Report round-up: What lessons can you learn from recent releases?

Business & Corporate | Kathleen Wolf Davis | Sep 03, 2015
This industry is inundated with reports, studies, releases and white papers. There are always a few that stand out, that have juicy tidbits and valid insights. So, here's a quick look at a handful of recent reports you may have missed and that have real value.

Reviewing REV: New York's Transformational Energy Proposal

Business & Corporate | Sep 03 - Breaking Energy
Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) is a New York initiative that would create a radically different electric system and change the way power is generated and distributed in the state.

WSP PB: the future of GCC energy is nuclear

International | Sep 03 - Construction Week (United Arab Emirates)
The future of power generation in the GCC is nuclear, according to WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff.

Watts Bar Nuclear Plant passes critical tests to ready Unit 2 for power generation

Nuclear | Sep 03 - Chattanooga Times Free Press (TN)
The Tennessee Valley Authority has completed another round of critical testing of the Watts Bar Unit 2 reactor, which the utility plans to start up later this year, pending regulatory approval.

CCAC solar panels to power up after decade of delay

Solar | Sep 3 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Aaron Aupperlee The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
The solar panel company, the mounting brackets and other equipment original planned for a federally mandated $400,000 solar power project atop the Community College of Allegheny County's North Side campus no longer exist.

Appalachian Power announces management changes

Business & Corporate | Sep 03, 2015 -- MarketLine
Appalachian Power, a unit of American Electric Power, or AEP, has appointed Bradley Jones, manager of the Glen Lyn power plant, as manager of hydro operations for both the company and AEP, replacing Frank Simms.

Appalachian Power files annual fuel factor update with Virginia SCC

Policy, Regulatory & Legal | Sep 03, 2015 -- MarketLine
Appalachian Power, a unit of American Electric Power Company, or AEP, has filed its annual fuel factor update with the Virginia State Corporation Commission, or SCC, requesting a two-step reduction in that cost for its Virginia customers beginning in October 2015.

Electrical union opposes NextEra proposal

Business & Corporate | Sep 3 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Kathryn Mykleseth The Honolulu Star-Advertiser
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 1260 said Wednes- day that, after reviewing NextEra Energy Inc.'s revised plan for purchasing Hawaiian Electric Industries, the union is still opposed to the deal.

Wynn Resorts offers to pay $15 million to exit NV Energy

Policy, Regulatory & Legal | Sep 3 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Kyle Roerink Las Vegas Sun
Wynn Resorts is willing to pay $15 million to end its business relationship with NV Energy, according to filings on Tuesday with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada.

Confusion, frustration over air quality vented at DEP hearing

Environmental, Emissions & Carbon Mgmt | ARCHBALD Sep 3 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Brendan Gibbons The Times-Tribune, Scranton, Pa.
Despite assurances from state environmental officials that Invenergy's proposed power plant meets air quality standards, residents expressed their concerns and frustrations Wednesday night.

TECO ending energy program state says was not cost effective

Demand Response | Sep 3 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - William R. Levesque Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Tampa Electric is closing out a program that paid customers to let the utility interrupt electricity flowing to energy hogs like central air-conditioners or water heaters whenever TECO was in an energy pinch.

Gregg Gard Joins Solaris Power Cells as Director of Sun Car Sales

Business & Corporate | Sep 03, 2015 -- Newsfile Corp
Solaris Power Cells, Inc. the creators of the Solaris "Passive Electron Storage Array" is pleased to announce the appointment of Gregg Gard as Director of Sun Car Sales at Solaris Power Cells.

Wind energy industry announces new voluntary practices to reduce overall impacts on bats by 30 percent

Wind | Sep 03 - Global Data Point
The agreement, developed by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) with the initial support of 17 of its member companies, involves wind operators' voluntarily limiting the operations of turbines in low-wind speed conditions during the fall bat migration season, when research has shown bats are most at risk of collision.

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