PPL Corporation's Brunner Island power plant received a top federal safety award for its outstanding health and safety programs during a ceremony at the facility Tuesday.
The Energy Transaction Repository (ETR) announces the public inauguration of its proposed solution to the natural gas pricing and index issue.
The Electric Power Supply Association (EPSA) has asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to rehear its May 5 order regarding Ameren.
The Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) has released a recap of some of the significant developments that have occurred within the U.S. nuclear energy industry thus far in 2003. That report follows.
As part of its deliberations on energy policy legislation (S. 14), the U.S. Senate on Tuesday approved provisions that support deployment of new nuclear power plants.
Austria's largest power generator Verbund and the partner companies of EnergieAllianz (EVN, Wien Energie, Energie AG Oberösterreich, BEWAG and Linz AG) were today granted permission by the European Competition Commission to form EnergieAllianz, a power trading company to cover the Austrian market.
A broad, bipartisan coalition of labor unions, business organizations, industry and energy experts from the Clinton Administration sent letters and statements to the Hill recently urging the U.S. Senate to preserve the nuclear energy title of S. 14, the Comprehensive Energy Act of 2003.
Global temperature has already risen by 0.6°C over the past century, affecting many ecosystems as well as people. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a rise of more than 2.0°C will lead to increased flooding, droughts, spreading of diseases, damage to corals and melting of glaciers, with devastating consequences.
The Energy Information Administration has released an analysis of a 10-percent renewable portfolio standard at the request of U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman, ranking minority member of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Allegheny Energy Inc.'s Board of Directors has unanimously elected Paul J. Evanson, currently president of Florida Power & Light Co., to serve as chairman, president, and CEO of the company.