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Regulation  -  October 2, 2017

Oil, gas, solar, wind associations ban together opposing DOE's call for baseload reliability payments

Following the Sept. 29 proposal from U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission move to increase compensation for generators providing baseload power supplies such as coal and nuclear, a group of 11 energy industry associations have filed their formal opposition to the request.
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Regulation  -  September 30, 2017

Weekend reads: DOE's coal, nuclear bailouts; Puerto Rico's plagued grid; SolarCity's $30M fine & more

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Energy Efficiency  -  September 27, 2017

An evaluation of efficiency programs in the Southwest

This report from the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project examines the methodologies that electric utilities in the Southwest use to value the avoided costs of their energy efficiency and other demand-side management programs.
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Power Prices  -  September 20, 2017 - By Constellation

Hurricane Harvey leaves mark on Gulf Coast energy

Aside from the devastating impact of Hurricane Harvey, the storm has also had an impact on the energy market. This column, presented by Constellation, explains why energy buyers should be thoughtful about their strategy and how to best protect their business from weather-related market volatility.
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Demand Management  -  September 20, 2017

HP, IKEA, Unilever among 1st EV100 members

Ten giant global corporations including HP Inc., IKEA Group and Unilever on Sept. 10 became the first to join a new campaign designed to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles and infrastructure.
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Utilities  -  September 5, 2017

Florida utility pivots from nuclear to solar, storage

As part of a settlement agreement with the Florida Public Service Commission that allows Duke Energy Florida to abandon work on a planned, 2.2 GW nuclear plant, the utility announced a four-year plan to add 700 MW of solar generation.
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CHP  -  August 25, 2017 - By Jack Griffin

Efficient energy policies to power cities, industry

This column from Jack Griffin of SourceOne outlines the savings and reliability benefits of combined heat and power systems and offers recommendations for overcoming barriers to broader adoption among large energy users.
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Regulation  -  August 24, 2017

DOE grid report: Renewables not a threat to reliability

Following months of controversy and speculation within the energy industry, the U.S. Department of Energy on Aug. 23 released a report outlining the findings of its study on electricity markets and reliability and attributing the retirement of tradit
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Energy Efficiency  -  August 22, 2017

PACE financing projects take off in Michigan

An energy efficiency overhaul of Detroit's historic Whitney Restaurant that includes heating, cooling, lighting, controls and window insulation was recently profiled as the first in the area to use financing from the Property Assessed Clean Energy program.
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Power Prices  -  August 21, 2017

Private equity to acquire Calpine for $5.6B

Less than a year after Calpine Corp. announced its acquisition of Noble Americas Energy Solutions LLC, a large independent supplier of power to commercial and industrial retail customers, Calpine itself is being taken over amid sustained challenges to the broader merchant power sector.
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