July 27, 2017 - EIA: Daily gas power burn hits highest daily level so far in 2017
Over the past week, the amount of natural gas used for electricity generation (known as “power burn”) reached its highest daily level so far this year, the Energy Information Administration said July 27 in its daily publication, Today in Energy.
July 27, 2017 - NYPA’s Quiniones, CPS Energy recognized for energy transformation efforts
Gil Quiniones, president and CEO of the New York Power Authority, was honored on July 26 as the 2017 Smart Electric Power Alliance’s “Power Player of the Year” at an awards dinner during SEPA’s Grid Evolution Summit in Washington, D.C.
July 27, 2017 - Utility to invest $4.5 billion in 2,000-MW wind farm, power line
American Electric Power soon will start the regulatory approval process related to its plans to buy and invest $4.5 billion in the 2,000-MW Wind Catcher Energy Connection wind farm being built by Invenergy in Oklahoma, AEP's top executive said July 27.
July 26, 2017 - Judge backs New York on plan to support nuclear generation
A federal judge on July 25 turned aside challenges to an element of a New York state clean energy standard (CES) adopted by state utility regulators that is aimed at keeping three nuclear plants online in New York.
July 26, 2017 - To reduce impact of regulations, DOE should comply with process rules, Association says
On July 14, the American Public Power Association filed comments in response to a request for information that the Department of Energy filed in late May, seeking to identify existing regulations, paperwork requirements, and other regulatory obligations that can be modified or repealed.
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- Survey offers window into smart grid awareness in New York
- Association’s RP3 designation has been a huge benefit: Elk River’s Adams
- Volvo goes all in on EVs, to phase out pure internal combustion engine
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