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Backed by EPRI, major utilities launch initiative to accelerate economy-wide deep decarbonization

The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and Gas Technology Institute (GTI) announced this week that they are embarking on a five-year initiative to accelerate the development and demonstration of low-carbon energy technologies. With the increase of decarbonization goals...

Six more electric utilities commit to delivering content at POWERGEN 2019

The latest crop of utility participants includes NRG Energy, Cleco Corp., Entergy, Louisville Gas & Electric/Kentucky Utilities, AEP’s distributed energy ventures group AEP OnSite Partners and Hindustan Power from India.

SoCal Edison mourns passing of company president Nichols

Nichols had served as president of the utility since 2016.

Con Edison cuts deal to expand natural gas capacity in NY

The deal allows for greater natural gas capacity without construction of a new pipeline. Con Edison also is continuing its $223 million Smart Solutions program for customer who want alternatives to natural gas.

So. Cal Edison seeks higher return from FERC to match wildfire risks

Citing “dramatic, material changes” to its regulatory and financial conditions, Southern California Edison field the request with FERC to include an adjustment for the company’s extraordinary wildfire risk in the authorized return on equity (ROE) for the portion of its business regulated by FERC.

It’s Project Time: Do you know where your Contractors are?

As long-tenured company mechanics and lineworkers leave the industry, both the availability of qualified and willing candidates and budget-conscious utilities have upped the percentage of contract resources to offset the reductions.
Sempra Adding 100 MW of Green Energy to Total Capacity of its Mesquite Solar Complex

Sempra Solar deal pushes ConEdison near top of Renewables Owners

The $1.6 billion acquisition brings ConEdison’s Clean Energy Businesses portfolio to 2,600 MW of renewable assets in 17 states.

SoCal Edison says its Equipment one of Starts for 2017 Thomas Fire

In its 10-Q filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as part of its earnings report Tuesday, SCE stated it believes the ignition happened in Santa Paula and was one of two starting points for the Thomas Fire. The utility is working with the California Department Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) to analyze the progression of the fire from that starting point and damages that occurred from it.

SoCal Edison Selects esVolta for Energy Storage Projects

The projects, which are pending approval by the California Public Utilities Commission, include the Wildcat Energy Storage project (3 MW/12 MWh) near Palm Springs and the three Acorn Energy Storage projects (total combined capacity of 6.5 MW/26.5 MWh) in Thousand Oaks.

SoCal Edison says its Equipment Caused 2017 Murietta Wildfire

The SCE release comes after another press release issued by the Riverside County Fire Department and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) indicating the utility’s equipment at fault for the blaze which destroyed one structure and an outbuilding.

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