| Houston, Texas, March 2, 2015 (News Release)
ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, is pleased to announce that Tom Kiernan, CEO of the influential American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), and Rhone Resch, president and CEO of the equally important Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), will join together to speak at Automation & Power World 2015.
As the energy industry undergoes a period of unprecedented transformation, energy companies must maintain their focus on meeting customers’ basic energy needs even as utilities adapt to market changes, Exelon said Saturday.
East Anglia ONE, the offshore wind project owned by Vattenfall and ScottishPower Renewables, has successfully secured a Contract for Difference in the competitive auction process run by the UK Government.
The first of two blocks at Vattenfall's new Moorburg coal-fired power station near Hamburg in Germany started up commercial power production, marking the end of seven years of political controversy over the project.
After a EUR1,972 million loss in 2013, ACCIONA returned to profit in 2014 with attributable net earnings of EUR185 million, thanks to its 2013-2014 Action Plan, which was implemented to mitigate the effects of regulatory reforms in the Spanish energy sector.
PayGo solar expert Azuri Technologies, leading mobile network operator Tigo and principal cellular retail operator Lotus Africa announce at Mobile World Congress their strategic partnership to bring integrated pay-as-you-go energy and mobile payment services to rural households in Tanzania.
Customers will notice a slight raise in their monthly bill FAIRMONT -- A settlement was made official between the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, and power companies, Mon Power and Potomac Edison, on Feb. 4.
AMP Capital will be appointed advisor to GII Ltd., Tokyo-based special purpose vehicle set up by Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation to make investments in renewable energy assets in Japan, confirmed a spokeswoman for Sydney-based AMP Capital.
A former Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who is teaching a course on regulatory law to Syracuse University MBA students this year says New England's regional grid operator and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission are allowing the financial community and power producers to game the auction system that is designed to produced fair electric prices for consumers.