By: Reid Frazier | A bankrupt energy company in Ohio wants the Trump administration to help its struggling coal and nuclear plants. FirstEnergy warns of power outages if the plants close. TRANSCRIPT NOEL KING, HOST: An Ohio power company that
By: Jared Stonesifer | A new report claims the premature retirement of both the Beaver Valley and Three Mile Island nuclear power plants could result in a $285 million increase in electricity costs for Pennsylvania consumers. A new report claims
By: Business Wire | ComEd’s annual formula rate update request for distribution or “delivery” of electricity calls for a decrease of $23 million compared to the approved rates in effect in January of this year. The filing made today with
By: Duke Energy | $20 million in annual savings for Ohio electric customers beginning with April bills $3 million in annual savings for Ohio natural gas customers starting in May, subject to regulatory approval $15 million in annual savings for
By: Joshua D. Rhodes | Summer is fast approaching here in Texas, and even if it is a mild one, it will be hot. Once again we’ll walk from our air-conditioned houses to our air-conditioned cars to our air-conditioned parking
By: Tom Davis | New Jersey residents who already pay hundreds of dollars each month for electric service may have to dig more out of their pockets very soon. That’s because more than a million ratepayers may have to fork
By: Mark Iandolo | Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced March 29 that she has issued a report urging an end to the competitive electricity supply market for individual residential customers in the state. “Competitive electric suppliers promise big energy savings but
By: Peter McGuire | Central Maine Power Co. says an internal audit triggered by more than 1,500 customers’ complaints has so far found no problems with the company’s systems that would explain the unusually high electricity bills reported by customers.
By: Ryan Maye Handy | CenterPoint Energy this week filed to increase its electric distribution rates, another part of a plan that will raise the utility’s rates across its regulated businesses over the next year. CenterPoint is seeking to increase
By: Scott Fallon | Power companies may soon face stiff fines for failing to restore electricity in a timely fashion after a bill was approved by a committee Thursday in response to Jersey Central Power & Light’s much-criticized response to recent snowstorms.