Southeast officials vie to lead NARUC
Utility regulators in the Southeast are forming a crowded field of candidates to be the next president of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, the nation's most powerful group of state regulators.
Southern's low-carbon strategy isn't a 'dictate' — CEO
The once coal-heavy Southern Co. last year unveiled plans to develop a low- or no-carbon fleet by 2050.
Duke's profit cut could chill S.C. investment, CEO says
Duke Energy Corp. threatened yesterday to curb its growth in South Carolina — including buying the state's public power company — after regulators agreed to cut into Duke's future profits in the Palmetto State.
Dominion, Southern tout advantages of running S.C. utility
South Carolina's Santee Cooper should remain a public utility, according to two Southeast energy giants that recently pitched their plans to manage it.
Reactors on track to meet deadlines — Southern CEO
Progress on the nation's only nuclear construction project has reached a point that the reactors will be connected soon to a transmission system, Southern Co. CEO Tom Fanning told Wall Street analysts yesterday.