By: National Law Review | In a Corporation Business Tax (CBT) case, PPL Electric Utilities Corporation v. Director, Division of Taxation, Dkt. No. 000005-2011 (N.J. Tax. Ct. Oct. 2, 2014), the Tax Court of New Jersey found for the taxpayer
A bold idea to interconnect the nation’s three grids is just a financing agreement away By: Herman K. Trabish | A project that would transform the U.S. grid’s three isolated segments into a national transmission system could be financed and
By: Tom Johnson | Part of lure of Nutmeg State is guaranteed capacity payments for seven years Public Service Enterprise Group is considering building a new power plant in Bridgeport, CT, a move seen as a way to tap into
By: Naureen S. Malik and Harry R. Weber | U.S. electricity markets face years of higher prices as clean-air regulations shut more coal-fired power plants than earlier forecast, cutting supply and forcing producers to rely more on natural gas. Standard
By: Colin Sullivan | It’s no secret New Yorkers have turned to Queens and Brooklyn in search of cheaper rents and a less hectic lifestyle than Manhattan. What is less well understood is how that shift will rapidly boost electricity
By: Anthony Salamone | State regulators have scheduled public hearings next month on a request by Met-Ed to raise $152 million by hiking customers’ electricity bills nearly 18 percent. The hearings are scheduled for 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. Nov.
By: Nicky Hickling | Director of the Office of Energy Development Margaret Scarinzi was joined by Deputy Broome County Executive John Bernardo to accept a rebate check from NYSEG for nearly $130,000. The rebate comes from a recently completed energy
By: Keith Gushard | The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission plans to hold public hearings next month on proposed electricity distribution rate hike requests of 16 percent for Penelec and nearly 12 percent for Penn Power. Both subsidiaries of FirstEnergy Corp.
By: Associated Press | A nuclear power plant in northeast Ohio has resumed making electricity after automatically shutting down a week ago during a routine maintenance procedure. The Plain Dealer in Cleveland reports (http://bit.ly/1yFV6rZ ) the Perry nuclear power plant
By: Tom Hals | A bankruptcy judge will rule next week if Energy Future Holdings Corp, a bankrupt Texas power company, can conduct an auction for its power distribution business, which is likely worth billions of dollars. “I believe the