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Power Prices  -  October 24, 2017

New DOE program to fund nuclear power research

The U.S. Department of Energy has announced a new initiative within its Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy program, known as ARPA-E, to provide up to $20 million in funding for nuclear energy research.
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Energy Efficiency  -  October 23, 2017

Reno implements energy efficiency project

A new energy efficiency project launched in Reno, Nev., on Oct. 18 is aiming to increase the energy and water efficiency of the city's commercial, industrial and multi-family buildings.
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Regulation  -  October 21, 2017

Weekend reads: Deep sea wind power; a utility's dominance in Virginia; Trump's coal riddle & more

It's the weekend! Kick-back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Energy Efficiency  -  October 20, 2017

West Haven to see savings from streetlight LED retrofit

A town in Connecticut estimates that it will save $338,000 per year in electrical costs through a planned LED retrofit of 4,388 of its street lights.
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Energy Efficiency  -  October 16, 2017

Howard University completes LED lighting overhaul

Howard University expects to generate more than $10.5 million in lifetime cost savings from recent energy upgrades that include the LED retrofit. 
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Regulation  -  October 14, 2017

Weekend reads: Paris to ban gas cars; 'solar tube' heat; coal, nuke bailouts are 'the cost of freedom' & more

Kick back with these must-read energy news stories from around the web.
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October 7, 2017

Weekend reads: Amazon energy drones; innovations in grid renewables; ways to cash in on EV boom & more

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Energy Efficiency  -  October 4, 2017

PACE helps Alterra revive 100-year-old Dallas building

Dallas-based real estate developer Alterra International has been able to secure $23.9 million in PACE financing to transform the energy efficiency and environmental attributes of a century-old building amid its conversion to a mixed-use development.
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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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