News

  • US utility Xcel Energy plans to accelerate renewable energy development so that by 2030 35% of its electricity will be from wind and solar.
  • Hot weather and blasted a/c might be two factors influencing your utility bill. But since utility prices in Texas are ultimately decided by a computer, not humans, consumers may have something else to worry about
  • Duke Energy says it may sell some or all of its volatile international business, which owns power plants in Central and South America but has hurt earnings in recent quarters.
  • The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission voted 5-0 on Wednesday to open a new regulatory case to examine whether large electricity customers are receiving undue fuel savings as a result of Public Service Company of New Mexico's investments in renewable energy.
  • BXC Company Ghana Limited has agreed to invest USD30 million in the construction and development of a solar power plant at Onyandze near Winneba, Gomoa East district, Central region, Ghana .
  • A memorial presented to the Environment and Natural Resource Committee on Monday was the first step of the New Mexico legislature supporting the construction of an interim storage facility for spent nuclear fuel.
  • How Owensboro Municipal Utilities will continue to provide electrical power to its customers in the years to come is the subject of a staff presentation scheduled to be delivered to the OMU board at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday.
  • The Independent Power Tanzania Limited and Pan Africa Power Solutions Tanzania Limited have refused the claims indicating that they were being paid 300m/- daily as capacity charges by TANESCO.
  • The Jos Electricity Distribution Company disclosed that it is lobbying the Plateau State Government to set up mobile courts to try suspected vandals of its installation.
  • Public Service Company of New Mexico could face stiff opposition to its request for a 14.4 percent increase in its annual base revenue when hearings on the case begin in March.