Spent fuel plan hits another bump with court decision
A plan to store high-level radioactive waste in West Texas suffered a setback yesterday when a U.S. district judge blocked the proposed acquisition of Waste Control Specialists LLC (WCS) by EnergySolutions.
Lines are drawn in emerging red-state solar policy
The future of rooftop solar is up for debate in Arkansas, and the state has the rival camps to prove it.
NRG fossil unit takes familiar merchant route — bankruptcy
The stage is set for more change at NRG Energy Inc. after a business unit that generates power with fossil fuels filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Electric evolution calls for 'more eyes' on the grid
TAYLOR, Texas — Inside the control room here, where dim lighting and bright screens collide, there's a new station to help Texas' main grid operator assess wind energy.
Wind bill stirs concern after 'nuts and bolts' session for power
This year's regular Texas legislative session wasn't focused on electricity, but wind energy still ended up as a target.