S.C. lawmakers grapple with reactor project fallout
A South Carolina House panel passed a series of bills aimed at punishing two electric companies for not completing a nuclear expansion project in an effort to make sure such a debacle never happens again.
NERC ousts its chief after arrest
ATLANTA — Gerry Cauley has resigned as CEO of the North American Electric Reliability Corp. roughly one week after he was arrested and charged with misdemeanor battery and family violence.
TVA's nuclear ambitions tempered by troubled projects
It's been a little more than a year since the United States fired up its first nuclear reactor in decades at the Tennessee Valley Authority's Watts Bar 2.
CEO arrest stuns grid security organization
The arrest of Gerry Cauley, CEO of the North American Electric Reliability Corp., on a domestic violence charge last Friday has stunned the organization that oversees operations and security of the nation's interstate power grid.
NERC chief Cauley arrest alleges tie to office relationship
ATLANTA — Gerry Cauley, the CEO of the North American Electric Reliability Corp., allegedly grabbed his wife and pushed her into a bathtub Friday night after she caught him having an online sexual encounter with a "young female employee of his," according to a police report released to E&E News this morning.