Households that get their power from the utility will see a 7 percent price cut beginning in June. Those who buy from alternative suppliers? Check your bills to see if you’re paying too much.
By: Steve Daniels |
By: Emily Lampa |
NYSEG’s rate plan with the State of New York expired last month. While rates will remain stable for the next year, the rate increase NYSEG is hoping to secure for electrical delivery is significant: 23.7 percent.
If approved, the new rate would go into effect in May 2020.
Documents filed […]
By: Kallanish Energy |
The Ohio Power Siting Board has approved construction on two solar-powered electric-generating facilities: one in Hardin County and one in Highland County, Kallansh Energy reports.
Hardin Solar Energy Center II in northwest Ohio will be capable of generating up to 170 megawatts. It will include a lithium-ion battery storage […]
The New York State Public Service Commission announced the cost for electricity supply is expected to remain near historically low levels this summer. In addition, peak power demand forecasts continue to fall thanks in part to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s “Reforming the Energy […]
By: Jasmin Melvin |
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will maintain its watchful eye on the West this summer as the risk for wildfires adds to stresses on that system. It also intends to monitor the Texas grid for reliability challenges stemming from that region’s tight power supplies, staff said in their […]
By: Jesus Jiminez |
It’s been decades since state power reserves were as depleted as they are now, according to Texas regulators — forcing them to contemplate the worst-case scenario this summer: rolling blackouts.
Such “rotating outages” are a last resort for the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, and they’ve been necessary only three times on […]
By: Dustin Nelson |
Utilities are both excellent and horrible. It’s obviously great to have gas for the stove and electricity for, well, playing charging your phone and seeing at night. But they’re always hiding just out of sight when you’re thinking about your mortgage or rent.
By: Chron.com |
A bill that would require electricity brokers to register with the Public Utility Commission moved a step closer this week.
The Texas House Committee on State Affairs approved the consumer protection measure last week after it cleared the Texas Senate last month, according to legislative records. It is expected to […]