ADS, Inc., a Virginia Beach, Va. based federal supplier recently participated in an industry roundtable discussion with President Barack Obama at the White House, along with representatives from SAIC, United Technologies, Honeywell, General Electric and other major U.S. firms.
The Board of Governors of the California Independent System Operator (ISO) approved an update to its 2014-2016 strategic plan by adding a blueprint for dealing with challenges emerging in the energy industry while further greening the grid.
In two filings completed today by PECO, the company requested Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) approval of additional work to modernize and weatherize the local electric infrastructure through its System 2020 plan, and increase the rates charged to customers for the delivery of electricity.
State Attorney General Kathleen Kane and acting Consumer Advocate Tanya McCloskey on Thursday announced a settlement reached with an electric supplier accused of deceptively marketing electric rates to customers.
The liquidity risk for power distribution companies in Brazil declined in 2015 due to the government's recent implementations of the tariff flag and the extraordinary tariff review (RTE) for end consumers, according to Fitch Ratings.
About 2,800 Emera Maine customers who bought electricity supply from the company People's Power are set to get a credit on their power bills to correct improper fees the company charged to customers in 2013.