| Aug 27 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Joseph S. Pete The Times, Munster, Ind.
Residents in Lake County's northern cities can get up to $5,000 in free weatherization work that will keep their homes cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, and cut their utility bills year-round.
| Aug 27 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Utpal Bhaskar Mint, New Delhi
India has raised the stakes in an ongoing trade battle with the US at the World Trade Organization (WTO) by rolling out an ambitious campaign to promote solar energy through the Indian Army and central public sector units (CPSUs) -- providing them with grants on the condition that they source equipment from domestic manufacturers.
Xcel Energy asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Tuesday to issue a ruling that Boulder cannot condemn a high voltage transmission line that circles the city without first getting the federal regulators' permission.
| Aug 27 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - David Shaffer Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
Top executives of Xcel Energy said Tuesday that the utility acted reasonably during the costly, five-year rebuilding of its Monticello nuclear power plant -- and that customers, not investors, should pay for it.
| Aug 26 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Dave Forster The Virginian-Pilot
Vacationers have but a few choices when they need a charge at the Oceanfront. There's Len's condo near 10th Street, Floyd's place at the North End and Jim's mobile home by the Virginia Beach Convention Center.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission today approved a plan to store nuclear wastes on site at nuclear plants, ending a two-year suspension on final licensing decisions and clearing the way for the Tennessee Valley Authority to proceed with adding another reactor at its Watts Bar Nuclear Plant.
A symbolic City Council resolution condemning the coal-fired power plant -- the last facility of its kind in Connecticut and a top city taxpayer -- as a health hazard is hotter than a smoldering briquette.
| Aurora, Colo. - August 26, 2014 (News Release)
The Utility Analytics Institute recently held its first Executive Advisory Council Summer Meeting. Held in Dallas, Texas and hosted by Institute utility member Oncor, the two-day meeting was the first of its kind in bringing together analytics leaders from across the utility industry to dive into industry strategy and how analytics is supporting or driving utility strategic directions.
In a major reversal, Duke Energy Florida said Tuesday that it reached an agreement with the owner of an independent natural gas plant to purchase the Polk County facility and withdraw its proposal to build $190 million in peak power units of its own in 2016.