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FERC Issues Order Approving Kodiak Electric Association, Inc's 5/1/14 ...
FERC Issues Order Approving Kodiak Electric Association, Inc's 5/1/14 Filing of as-built Exhibits A and L as Required by Article 51 Included in the... FERC Issues Order Approving Kodiak Electric Association, Inc's 5/1/14 Filing of as-built Exhibits A and L as Required by Article 51 Included in the 2/17/12 Order Amending License and Revising Annual ... (more)
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Tue Jul 08, 2014
July 9, 2014 - Washington utilities, Bonneville, sign agreement to...
Two utilities in Washington state - Tacoma Power and the Lewis County Public Utility District - have signed a long-term agreement with the Bonneville Power Administration that is expected to improve natural fish runs in the Cowlitz River.
D.C. Circuit Rejects Petitions Challenging Proposed NY-NJ Gas Pipeline
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals recently dismissed petitions brought by the City of Jersey City, NJ, and various environmental organizations challenging the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's order granting a certificate to build a natural gas pipeline connecting New York and New Jersey.
Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filings
Voltage's booth was filled with visitors from the start, and it ended w... )--King County Hospital District 4 and Overlake Medical Center are in preliminary discussions about developing a partnership to serve the health care needs of the Sno... )--The Law Offices of Vincent Wong are investigating potential claims against the Board of Directors of ... (more)
Duke Energy Completes Merger-Related Transmission Line Projects
Duke Energy, on the second anniversary of its merger with Progress Energy, today announced it has completed and placed into service eight transmission line expansion projects it committed to undertake in North Carolina as a condition of federal approval of the July 2, 2012 merger.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Electric Energy Online
FERC Approves First Settlement in 2011 Southwest Blackout Case
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved a stipulation and consent agreement between FERC's Office of Enforcement and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation and Arizona Public Service Company that includes a $3.25 million civil penalty and a number of compliance requirements.
Arizona Utility To Pay $3.25M For 2011 Blackout
Federal regulators say they've reached a $3.25 million settlement with an Arizona utility over a 2011 blackout that left millions of people without power in California, Arizona and Mexico.
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Premier Holding Moves Closer to Adding a Third Energy Sector...
Estimates for Kratos Power Forecast Staggering Growth Based on Industry Data Driven by Synergies With Energy Brokers Like The Power Company through 2018 assuming the Company becomes a federally licensed energy supplier by FERC or merges with an existing supplier between now and the end of 2014.
Plans in works for Mich. natural gas pipeline
Plans are in the works for a new natural gas transmission pipeline that could pass through Michigan on its way to Ontario, Canada, raising concerns among some residents whose properties have already been dug up for an ongoing oil pipeline project.
Gov. Deval Patrick sends organizer letter ahead of march
Though he did not take organizers up on an invite to attend the anti-pipeline cross-state walk kickoff event that stepped off in town Sunday, Gov. Deval Patrick is not keeping mum on the proposal.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Clarksville gas pipeline through Todd County clears hurdle
A proposal for the City of Clarksville to build a pipeline across Todd County, Ky., for a redundant natural gas source has passed another hurdle and now awaits further public comments.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Pipeline owners looking to ship gas from Ohio to Midwest
One of the longest gas pipelines in the country, which moves gas west to east, may soon be shipping gas in the other direction.
Features of a Fully Renewable US Electricity System: Wind and Solar PV
A future energy system is likely to rely heavily on wind and solar PV. To quantify general features of such a weather dependent electricity supply in the contiguous US, wind and solar PV generation data are calculated, based on 32 years of weather data with temporal resolution of 1 h and spatial resolution of 40 x 40 square km, assuming ... (more)
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Appeal of gas line through Jersey City rejected
U.S. Appeals Court this week rejected an attempt to void The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission certificate for the construction on the natural gas line through Bayonne and Jersey City.
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Plant shutdown date sparks fight between IPL, grid operator
Indianapolis Power & Light Co. says it might have to pay as much as $22 million in extra costs because of contract issues with a power grid operator.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Electric Energy Online
Duke Energy completes merger-related transmission line projects
Duke Energy, on the second anniversary of its merger with Progress Energy, announced it has completed and placed into service eight transmission line expansion projects it committed to undertake in North Carolina as a condition of federal approval of the July 2, 2012 merger.
Duke Energy finishes federal merger commitments at lower than expected costs
Duke Energy has completed eight transmission projects - required by federal regulators as a condition for approving its 2012 purchase of Progress Energy Inc. - ahead of schedule and under budget, the company says.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
FERC Conditionally Accepts CAISO and PacifiCorp Proposals to...
On June 19, 2014, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission conditionally accepted revisions to the California Independent System Operator Corporation's FERC Electric Tariff to implement the CAISO's proposed Energy Imbalance Market that will allow neighboring balancing area authorities in the western states to participate in the imbalance energy ... (more)
Mon Jun 30, 2014
KCC intervention saves $28 million
A Kansas Corporation Commission's intervention resulted in a $28 million savings for Kansas rate-payers, according to a news release.
Deja Vu, All Over Again: Seventh Circuit Again Remands PJM's Cost ...
On June 25, 2014, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, with Judge Richard A. Posner writing for himself and Judge John Daniel Tinder, granted petitions for review of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission orders addressing, and remanded to FERC for the second time, the cost allocation methodology for new, 500 kV and higher-voltage ... (more)