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2015/03/31 23:44
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Michel Florio, the longtime consumer advocate who was appointed to the California Public Utilities Commission in 2011, has been removed as the commissioner in charge of the San Onofre nuclear power...
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2015/03/31 23:30
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Like a lot of lawmakers during the legislative session, Rep. Mark Pafford, D-West Palm Beach, drops his laundry off at a local laundry in Tallahassee. The laundry goes in a bag. The Laundromat gives...
2015/03/31 22:25
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Pennsylvania is burdened with a staggering amount of coal ash. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's much-anticipated national coal-ash rule came out late last year. While this first ever...
2015/03/31 22:12
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State rule may penalize some customers who switch electric companiesPosted: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 6:03 PM EDTUpdated: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 6:03 PM EDT (MyFoxBoston.com) -- They thought were...
2015/03/31 16:57
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City of San Bruno officials are supporting a proposed, record-high fine against Pacific Gas & Electric Co. but are complaining that the punishment for a fatal pipeline blast in 2010 fails to ensure...
2015/03/30 19:22
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PATERSON – Low-income residents of Passaic County can begin filing applications for home energy assistance, the Paterson Task Force for Community Action, Inc. announced on Monday. The task force is...
2015/03/30 17:31
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PUCO chairman resignsThe chairman of the agency that regulates Ohio electric, gas and other utilities has resigned, though he’ll remain on the five-member board. Thomas Johnson cited unspecified...
2015/03/30 04:21
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Advances in technology are making it easier to turn all kinds of waste into electricity — from cow manure on dairy farms to the gas from decomposing food. “There’s a ton of innovation happening,”...
2015/03/30 03:58
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Michael Peevey’s announcement last fall that he would not seek reappointment to the California Public Utilities Commission appeared to offer closure to years of controversy surrounding his...
2015/03/30 02:19
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ATLANTIC CITY — Just off this city’s famous coastline is one of the windiest stretches of the Mid-Atlantic, where constant breezes can fill a sail or — in theory — turn the blades of a wind turbine....
2015/03/29 07:58
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Shaky assumptions of energy program RESET is the enormously complicated, 15-year energy program that the Shumlin administration proposes as a replacement for the troubled SPEED program. Economist...
2015/03/27 16:12
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... lawmaker who's now investigating how massive rate hikes got approved right before the start of the winter season. State representative David Linsky, chairman of the House Committee of Post...
2015/03/27 01:44
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The California Public Utilities Commission has arranged to spend as much as $5.2 million on criminal-defense lawyers to respond to ongoing state and federal investigations. According to a four-page...
2015/03/27 00:43
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Minnesota customers of Xcel Energy might get a slight refund on last year’s 4.6 percent interim electric rate hike, but any savings potentially will get eaten up by a second increase that kicks in...
2015/03/26 16:10
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The price of electricity is going down this summer for National Grid cus­tomers, but rates will remain higher than a year ago — with no relief in sight. “It’s a little higher than last summer,” said...
2015/03/26 12:09
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... Southold with the chemical pentachlorophenol, or “penta,” which is considered toxic and a public health risk. Earlier this month, PSEG announced it had selected Southold as one of the first...
2015/03/26 01:49
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SAN BRUNO >> PG&E reported Wednesday that its top executives, including the chief executive officer, all received pay raises during 2014, a year tarnished by a criminal indictment of the utility for a...
2015/03/25 15:37
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... changed much. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The following is about infrastructure. Don't nod off just yet.To be specific, it's about pavement — basic, boring road surface. In the six decades...
2015/03/25 07:53
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March 25, 2015 1:31 AM EDTUpdated: Wednesday, March 25, 2015 3:49 AM EDT Despite a huge backlog of cases, members of the Public Utilities Commission combined spent more than 100 works days last...
2015/03/24 14:47
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Legislation to protect the property rights of Missouri landowners against the use of eminent domain by private businesses has been proposed in the Missouri House. State Rep....
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