| Aug 18 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Erica Meltzer Daily Camera, Boulder, Colo.
Boulder and Xcel Energy are in negotiations over how Solar Rewards and various energy efficiency incentives should be handled during the time Boulder remains a customer of Xcel but moves toward forming its own utility.
Ameren Missouri says it will need to add 1,200 megawatts of combined cycle natural gas generation by 2020 in order to comply with the Environmental Protection Agency's proposal to reduce carbon dioxide emissions linked to climate change.
| Aug 19 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Tom Charlier The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn.
Of all the offices, businesses and residences left in the dark by Friday night's power outage in Downtown Memphis, none was hit harder than a certain five-story building at Second and Beale, where electrical service wasn't restored until 18 hours after all other customers had their lights back on.
Avista (NYSE: AVA) and all of the parties in the company's electric and natural gas general rate case filings have reached a settlement agreement that, if approved by the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (Commission or UTC), would conclude the general rate requests filed on Feb. 4, 2014.
The balanced regulatory compact in California remains a key factor supporting the credit ratings of investor-owned utilities (IOU) in the state, amid nascent secular challenges, according to Fitch Ratings.
Ameren Missouri says it is planning to add 1,200 megawatts of combined cycle natural gas generation by 2020, investments the utility said are needed to comply with the Environmental Protection Agency's proposal to reduce carbon dioxide emissions linked to climate change.
| Zurich, Switzerland, August 18, 2014 (News Release)
ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has been awarded a contract by Atlantis Resources Limited to provide the onshore grid connection for Phase I of the MeyGen tidal stream project in Scotland's Pentland Firth.
What looked like a savvy financial coup in 2006 when the economy was surging could soon become a $20 million jolt for Ocala electric utility customers and, to a lesser extent, for 13 other Florida Municipal Power Agency members.