DPL Inc. ("DPL") announced today that it is extending the expiration date for its previously announced tender offer to purchase for cash up to $280 million in aggregate principal amount (the "Maximum Tender Amount") of its outstanding 6.50% Senior Notes due 2016 (the "Securities").
The state Department of Corrections and the union representing corrections officers each are conducting a health survey of present and former members who are working or worked at SCI Fayette and three other prisons built near coal ash disposal or coal mining operations.
GE announced today the appointment of three new Company officers. GE has 195 officers globally who lead large revenue-generating businesses or are in critical technology or functional roles, helping to drive growth.
| SHANGHAI, Sep 17, 2014 -- SinoCast Daily Business Beat
Stephan Kohler, Chief Executive of the German Energy Agency, shows at the 2014 Sino-German building energy conservation sustainable development summit forum that the agency will join hands with Hebei province to build a Sino-German building energy conservation cooperation center and encourage more German companies and technologies to launch businesses in Hebei.
| Sep 17 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Nop Tephaval Bangkok Post, Thailand
Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Plc (Ratch) and Rajburi Sugar Co (Rajburi Sugar) have entered a joint venture to co-invest 4.7 billion baht on a 100-megawatt co-generation gas-fired power plant.
| Sep 17 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Meg Mirshak The Augusta Chronicle, Ga.
Spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste storage and processing at Savannah River Site is the topic of a meeting next month by a federal agency that reviews U.S. Department of Energy programs.
Hundreds of managers in the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power are agreeing to formal, annual evaluations as part of a new pact with the utility -- a groundbreaking move for an agency long targeted for reform.
The legal fallout from Bonneville Power Administration's hiring scandal continues, even as federal power marketing agency says it has completed a remediation process designed to redress violations of federal hiring policies that became public last summer.
| Sep 17 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Mike Reicher and Rick Orlov Daily News, Los Angeles
As the city broke the record for power usage again Tuesday, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power officials said they have a large backlog of repairs on old, failing electric equipment and struggle to keep the lights on.
People, states and groups interested in telling the federal government what they think about proposed rules to limit greenhouse gases from existing power plants will get another 45 days to have their voices heard.