Efforts to prop up coal, nuclear plants not dead — commissioner
Commissioner Richard Glick fully expects that owners of uneconomical coal and nuclear plants will take another run at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in their search for financial subsidies.
Maine suspends 'gross metering' rules for larger users
The Maine Public Utilities Commission yesterday handed medium and large non-residential electricity users a victory when it suspended "gross metering" rules that opponents say amount to an added tax on solar energy users.
Dominion will refile energy plan after Va. rejection
Dominion Energy has 90 days to refile its long-range energy plan after the Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) on Friday rejected it for numerous failings.
McNamee to be sworn in tomorrow
Bernard McNamee will be sworn in as a member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission tomorrow. He was confirmed Thursday by the Senate along a 50-49 party-line vote.
Senate confirms McNamee, and challenges await
Bernard McNamee could be sworn in as early as today as the newest member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission after a 50-49 party-line vote in the Senate yesterday.