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Top Power News - July 25, 2021


FirstEnergy, Larry Householder and Sam Randazzo: What to know House Bill 6 began as legislation intended to subsidize nuclear and coal power plants with millions of public dollars, but ended up mired in a massive bribery scandal.
In July 2019, state legislators gave final approval to House Bill 6, legislation that would subsidize supposedly struggling nuclear and coal power plants with millions of dollars from the public. The bill quickly was signed into law by Ohio Gov.
Cliff Pinckard - cpinckard@cleveland.com
 
Blasted by flames, California to modernize its power grid
Across California, thousands of miles of overhead power cables run through cities, countryside, and forests.It only took a tree to fall on one of these lines to start a devastating fire this summer.With its fragile and aging infrastructure, the most
AFP World News
 
FirstEnergy paid $4.3 mil to top energy regulator and reaped the benefits, court docs state
An energy lobbyist who Gov. Mike DeWine appointed as the state’s top regulator of public utilities received $22 million from FirstEnergy Corp. in the decade before his appointment — including $4.3 million paid just before assuming the post and specifically
Ohio Capital Journal
 
MANCHIN ANNOUNCES WEST VIRGINIA ELIGIBLE FOR $3 BILLION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUNDS, $300 MILLION FOR COAL COMMUNITIES
The following information was released by West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin:Funding is from the American Rescue PlanToday, U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) announced that West Virginia is eligible to apply for six programs totaling $3 billion from the American Rescue
States News Service
 
Sen. Manchin Announces W.Va. Eligible for $3 Billion Economic Development Funds, $300 Million for Coal Communities
WASHINGTON, July 23 -- Sen. Joe Manchin, D-West Virginia, issued the following news release on July 22, 2021:U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) announced that West Virginia is eligible to apply for six programs totaling $3 billion from the American Rescue
Targeted News Service
 
Bloom Energy and Heliogen Join Forces to Harness the Power of the Sun to Produce Low-Cost Green Hydrogen
PASADENA, California & SAN JOSE, California, July 22 -- Bloom Energy issued the following news release:Heliogen and Bloom Energy (NYSE: BE) today announced plans to produce green hydrogen using only concentrated solar power and water, further accelerating the world’s progress
Contify Energy News
 
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Top Gas News - July 25, 2021


US Majors Still Behind European Counterparts In Energy Transition Despite Recent Efforts
THIS COMMENTARY IS PUBLISHED BY FITCH SOLUTIONS COUNTRY RISK & INDUSTRY RESEARCH and is NOT a comment on Fitch Ratings' Credit Ratings. Any comments or data are solely derived from Fitch Solutions Country Risk & Industry Research and independent sources.
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