Fossil & Biomass
| Mar 27 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Wendy Holdren The Register-Herald, Beckley, W.Va.
Defense attorneys for former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship are requesting a scheduling conference to address the upcoming trial date. The defense argues additional scheduling issues were caused by the prosecution's recent superseding indictment.
The Badger Coulee high-voltage transmission line will be built, and it will follow a route from a substation near Holmen, north of La Crosse, to the Madison area, the Wisconsin Public Service Commission (PSC) decided in a unanimous, preliminary vote Thursday.
| Mar 27 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Jayanth Jacob Hindustan Times, New Delhi
India and France are holding talks to lower the cost of power to finalise a nuclear commerce agreement between Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) and French supplier Areva ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's France visit in April.
| Mar 27 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Shreeja Sen Mint, New Delhi
The Delhi high court on Thursday asked the centre to find a temporary arrangement in relation to the government's recent rejection of Jindal Power Ltd's (JPL) closing bids for a coal block in Chhattisgarh, saying it saw no apparent reason for the cancellation.
The California Independent System Operator Corporation (ISO) Board of Governors today approved a comprehensive transmission plan for 2015 that recommends fewer infrastructure projects with substantially less capital costs in comparison to previous years.
The state Senate is expected to pass on final reading today a bill that could lead to lower electric bills in Laurinburg as early as this fall, as well as boost economic development throughout Eastern North Carolina.
North Carolina utilities including Duke Energy Carolinas and Dominion North Carolina Power have laced a well-intentioned North Carolina solar bill with a poison pill that would unravel the fundamental solar policy net metering.
The state Senate is expected to pass on final reading today a bill that could lead to lower electric bills in Lumberton and Red Springs as early as this fall, as well as boost economic development throughout Eastern North Carolina.