News

  • Plans for a fuel cell powered electric generation facility in Beacon Falls have been submitted to the regulatory agency charged with determining where Connecticut's energy infrastructure should go.
  • Residents on both sides of Tampa Bay would see their electric bills drop next year should the state Public Service Commission approve rates reflecting lower fuel costs.
  • The Bon Homme County Planning and Zoning Commission voted Monday to approve a plan to build a wind farm near Tripp.
  • InvestBank Corp., an investment bank, has acquired 70% stake in Tila-I hydroelectric project situated on the Tila River, Kalikot district, Karnali zone in the far-western development region of Nepal. The total installed capacity of the project will be 440 MW. …
  • The organization charged with ensuring fair access to the state's electrical grid has saved money and reduced emissions while maintaining a reliable supply of electricity, a new report shows.
  • A University of New Mexico School of Law professor has been named to the high-ranking post of lead lawyer at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which "regulates the interstate transmission of electricity, natural gas, and oil."
  • The clean energy industry supports nearly 10,000 jobs in Rhode Island, according to a new state report.
  • Tri-State, the power provider for San Isabel Electric and other rural cooperatives, will partner on a 30-megawatt solar farm to be built about 20 miles north of Trinidad in Las Animas County, the company announced Tuesday
  • Minnesota Power told state regulators Tuesday that it will continue to move away from coal-fired electricity over the next 15 years and generate more power from natural gas and wind as well as solar power.
  • Iran's first pumped-storage hydroelectric power plant came on stream with First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri in attendance.