Southern Company subsidiary Southern Power today announced an agreement to acquire the company's largest renewable electric generating plant and first wind project - the 299-megawatt (MW) Kay Wind facility in Oklahoma - from Apex Clean Energy.
A former chief U.S. nuclear regulator asserted Tuesday that the massive volumes of tritium-tainted water stored at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant can be "safely" dumped into the sea after it is diluted to reduce the levels of radioactive tritium below the legal limit.
Metropolitan Edison Company (Met-Ed), a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE), will be conducting two emergency readiness exercises in early April to test the company's service restoration process in the event that severe weather causes widespread power outages in the region.
mPower Technologies Inc. ( http://mpowertech.com/ ), the consumer products subsidiary of mPhase Technologies, Inc. ( XDSL ), announced additional details today about its newly developed “green” portable power system which will be on display at Booth Number 1333 in the Green Zone at NAFA Institute and Expo being held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida from April 15-16.
Sidley Austin LLP announced today that Terence T. Healey has joined the firm’s growing Energy practice as a partner in its Boston office. His arrival follows closely that of energy partners Karen A. Dewis, Kenneth W. Irvin and Daryl L. Rice in Washington, D.C., and Robert Stephens in Houston.
Officials at Norwich Public Utilities told the City Council Monday that the city-owned utility supports several proposed charter changes that could expand NPU's boundaries, borrowing ability and contract terms.
Leaders of several major environmental groups say they are uneasy about a decision this month to separate federal and state parts of a desert land-use plan involving 22.5 million acres of federal and non-federal desert land in California.