NARUC names Trump loyalist as first-ever White House liaison
The new president of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners has tapped a staunch Trump supporter to help bridge any political gaps between the White House and the nation's most powerful group of state regulators.
How one company could transform energy in Southern states
From a perch near the Gulf of Mexico, Entergy Corp. is positioning itself as a utility company of the future — even if critics lament what that could mean for electricity choices and costs in the South.
4 ways nuclear is moving beyond 'traditional' electricity
As the nuclear industry wraps up a challenging decade, advocates for the power source are weighing where to fit the next wave of reactors into a U.S. energy marketplace increasingly focused on carbon emissions.
First-of-a-kind CCS gas plant moves ahead
SAN ANTONIO — A partner in NET Power LLC said it's evaluating sites for a commercial version of the natural gas power plant it labeled a "great success" as a pilot project in Texas that aims for near-zero greenhouse gas emissions.
CCS at coal plant could add $1.3B — utility
Outfitting a coal-fueled power plant in New Mexico with carbon capture technology could cost about $1.3 billion more than replacing the facility with other energy sources, the state's largest electric utility said yesterday.