The Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia on Feb. 26 said that it voted in a 2-1 decision to reject, as filed, the nonunanimous full settlement agreement and stipulation concerning the proposed merger as not being in the public interest.
As noted in a presentation during GenerationHub’s Feb. 24 webcast, gas wind and solar power continue to dominate the generation capacity landscape, with U.S. investment from 2016-2018 forecast to entail 85.9 GW of gas, or 66% of total investment.
Duke Energy said in its Feb. 25 annual Form 10-K report that a deal it did last September to settle issues over its costly Edwardsport integrated gasification combined cycle project calls for the end of coal use at Unit 2 and 4 of its Gallagher power plant by the end of 2022. […]
HOUSTON—February 26, 2016—GE’s Distributed Power business (NYSE: GE) today announced that Clarke Energy, GE’s authorized distributor of Jenbacher gas engines, is supplying three of GE’s high-efficiency Jenbacher gas engines to Territory Generation for an upgrade […]
Snow storms, high winds and even tornadoes in certain areas have caused power losses to affect 1.7 million customers in the Eastern United States and parts of Canada during a three-day period in late February, according to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). […]
February 26, 2016 07:00 AM Eastern Standard Time BADEN, Switzerland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, GE (NYSE:GE) closed its transaction to divest select power generation assets to Ansaldo Energia. GE first announced the transaction in September 2015 when the […]
HOUSTON—February 26, 2016—GE’s Power Services business (NYSE: GE) today announced it has secured an order valued at $87 million to upgrade three GT13E2 gas turbines with its MXL2 solutions at Centrica’s South Humber Bank combined-cycle […]
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management will in the Feb. 29 Federal Register put out for comment an application by Decker Coal to explore new federal coal reserves next to its Decker mine in the Montana end of the Powder River Basin. […]