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Utilities  -  July 7, 2017 - By Amy Poszywak

Management shakeup underway at Edison Energy

A number of leadership changes have been made at Edison Energy LLC amid a strategic review of the unregulated energy advisory arm of utility holding company Edison International, including the departure of President Allan Schurr.
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Energy Efficiency  -  July 6, 2017

Wyoming efficiency program helps fund solar, retrofit projects for local businesses

A new energy efficiency initiative through the town of Jackson, Wyo., has approved loans for two local businesses to finance upcoming energy projects, including a rooftop solar installation for a local brewery.
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Regulation  -  June 24, 2017

Weekend reads: Trump slams wind in Iowa; Coal boss sues John Oliver; 100% renewables questioned & more

Kick back with these must-read energy news stories from around the web.
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Energy Efficiency  -  June 22, 2017 - By Amy Poszywak

Pennsylvania university touts largest efficiency project

As an increasing number of colleges and universities turn to energy use reductions as a way to lower their expenses, a Pennsylvania university is on track to save thousands after deploying a series of upgrades that have reduced electricity use more than 20%.
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Energy Efficiency  -  June 19, 2017

ACEEE ranks best, worst utilities for energy efficiency

The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy has ranked U.S. utilities by the best — and worst — performers on energy efficiency.
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Power Prices  -  June 14, 2017

NRG unit GenOn files for bankruptcy protection

Power producer GenOn Energy, a subsidiary of NRG Energy, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Houston.
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Power Prices  -  June 2, 2017

Duke Energy Progress proposes 14.9% rate hike

If approved by the commission, commercial and industrial customers would see an average increase of 13.5%.
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Energy Efficiency  -  May 30, 2017

Arizona utility halts energy efficiency rebate program

Arizona utility Tucson Electric Power Co. has halted an energy efficiency rebate program for commercial energy users after running out of funding for the incentives, the Arizona Daily Star reported May 29.
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Power Prices  -  May 30, 2017 - By Amy Poszywak

Three Mile Island to shutter in 2019, Exelon says

The owner of the Three Mile Island nuclear plant — home of the 1979 nuclear accident considered to be the worst in U.S. history — on May 30 announced plans to close the Pennsylvania power plant in 2019 following years of profit losses.
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Solar  -  May 26, 2017

Navy celebrates completion of 17 MW solar project

The U.S. Department of the Navy and Indiana Gov. Suzanne Crouch recently celebrated the opening of a new, 17-MW solar power plant in southwestern Indiana at the Naval Support Activity Crane that will increase the resiliency of its operations.
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