Topic:

Service Provider Strategies

Latest Headlines

Latest Headlines

Discouraged, but forging ahead: Exelon-Pepco could appeal merger decision

The Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia recently rejected the proposed $6.4 billion merger of Exelon Corporation and Pepco Holdings Inc., the approval of which would have formed the nation's largest utility.

Solar boost: Southern Company on track with strategic solar expansion

Expanding on one of America's largest renewable portfolios, Southern Company subsidiary Southern Power will acquire a controlling interest in the 200 MW Tranquillity Solar Facility in California from Recurrent Energy, a subsidiary of Canadian Solar Inc.

Cedar Bay: FPL acquires coal plant just to close it

The Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) has approved a settlement agreement between Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) and the Office of Public Counsel, modifying FPL's proposed plan to acquire and phase out a coal-fired power plant.

Powerhouse merger to create second largest U.S. utility

The boards of directors of both Southern Company and AGL Resources have approved a definitive merger agreement to create one of the leading electric and gas utility company in the United States.

Latest DTE Energy solar project a long time in the making

The largest developer of solar energy projects in the state of Michigan, DTE Energy, is expanding its solar power portfolio by installing an array in the city of Ypsilanti. The project is part of DTE Energy SolarCurrents, a pilot program launched in 2009.

Benefits of Entergy consolidation could span decades

Customers of Entergy Louisiana, LLC and Entergy Gulf States Louisiana, LLC will soon be served by a single utility company created through a transaction approved by the Louisiana Public Service Commission.

NEIS celebrating blow to Exelon nuclear

The Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia (DC PSC) has rejected the proposed merger of Exelon Corporation and Pepco Holdings-- a huge blow to Exelon's nuclear fleet.

Double take: Exelon, BEST Coalition view PJM auction results very differently

Exelon Corporation's Oyster Creek, Quad Cities and Three Mile Island nuclear power plants did not clear in the PJM capacity auction for the 2018-19 planning year.

Epic microgrid combines solar, storage, biomass and diesel

Microgrids are one of the most intelligent, efficient, reliable, and secure ways to create and manage power for the needs of a 21st century power market.

Checking themselves: Xcel validates carbon emission reductions with Climate Registry

Xcel Energy has become the first U.S. utility to verify and register all of its greenhouse gas emissions data with The Climate Registry for seven consecutive years-- validating a more than 20 percent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions in the last decade.