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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.
| 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, 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, 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.
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| 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.
| 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.
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.