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Top Power News - September 17, 2021


PG&E CORP FILES (8-K) Disclosing Other Events
Item 8.01 Other Events. Wildfire Mitigation and Catastrophic Events Costs Recovery Application On September 16, 2021, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (the "Utility"), a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation, filed an application with the California Public Utilities Commission (the "CPUC") requesting
Edgar Glimpses
 
SWEPCO SHOULD FOCUS ON CLEAN ENERGY PORTFOLIO IN ITS ENERGY PLAN
The following information was released by the Sierra Club: On September 15, 2021, SWEPCO, the state's second largest monopoly electric utility, announced its plan to operate the massive and increasingly uneconomic Flint Creek coal power plant until 2038. Utility staff
States News Service
 
Pearce Renewables buys wind, solar O&M firm Mountain Renewables
September 17 (Renewables Now) - Pearce Renewables, a division of operations, maintenance and engineering services provider Pearce Services, has acquired California-based Mountain Renewables LLC, which provides technical field services for the wind and utility-scale solar industries. The acquired company is
SeeNews Renewables
 
Environment America: In a Sign of Wind Power's Growth, America's First Commercial-scale Wind Project Secures Funding
BOSTON, Massachusetts, Sept. 17 (TNSOps) -- Environment America issued the following statement: * * * Vineyard Wind, the nation's first commercial scale wind project, has secured $2.3 billion in funding for its launch. Through investments from nine banks, including Bank
Targeted News Service
 
Dominion Energy eyes 1-GW solar, battery expansion in Virginia
September 17 (Renewables Now) - Dominion Energy Virginia, part of utility Dominion Energy (NYSE:D), plans to add roughly 1 GW of solar capacity plus some battery storage to its portfolio by acquiring or contracting new projects in the Commonwealth state.
SeeNews Renewables
 
Siemens Energy Enters into Partnership with Korea Gas
Deal In Brief Siemens Energy, an energy company, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS), to collaborate on green hydrogen production and hydrogen turbine power generation. Under the agreement, the two companies will collaborate closely
Marketline - Deals
 
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Top Gas News - September 17, 2021


New law sets end dates for fossil-fuel power plants, but Illinois coal mining remains a huge contributor to climate-changing pollution
Gov. J.B. Pritzker vows Illinois will help stop — and even reverse — climate change with a new state law that outlaws coal- and gas-fired electricity by 2045. But the law fails to address the state’s biggest source of climate-changing
Michael Hawthorne, Chicago Tribune
 
Dublin Natural Gas Needs Your Voice.
Atlanta: Dublin City of Georgia has issued the following news release: Dublin Natural Gas Public Awareness Program/Plan is developing surveys and they need your help. As Yvonne Baker, Public Awareness Coordinator with Dublin Natural Gas explains, the Public Awareness Program
US Official News
 
Archaea Energy, Aria Energy Close Combination
US-based renewable natural gas company Archaea Energy LLC has closed a business combination with Michigan-based landfill gas sector provider Aria Energy LLC in a transaction led by special purpose acquisition company Rice Acquisition Corp. (NYSEL RICE), to form RNG platform,
EquityBites
 
Southern Company Gas Charitable Foundation announces $700,000 commitment to advance racial equity
ATLANTA, Sept. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Southern Company Gas Charitable Foundation is announcing plans to donate $700,000 across its service territories to charities in support of improving equity and social justice. On the six-month anniversary of the attack on
PR Newswire
 
Spire's fight to save gas pipeline has high stakes as winter approaches
Sep. 16—ST. LOUIS — A court order threatening to shut down a key natural gas pipeline is raising concerns about risks to the region's gas supply as winter approaches. The St. Louis-based natural gas company Spire is claiming that it
Bryce Gray, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
 
Regulatory update: Regulatory Commission of Alaska ; ENSTAR , has submitted ( TR2105252 ) Non-Opposed Motion to Adopt Procedural Schedule and Vacate Prehearing Conference by Cook Inlet Natural Gas Storage Alaska, LLC, ENSTAR Natural Gas Company, a
Juneau: Regulatory Commission of Alaska has issued the following document: NON-OPPOSED MOT. TO ADOPT PROCEDURAL SCHEDULE AND VACATE PREHEARING CONFERENCE Docket U-21-058 September 10, 2021 Page 1 of 5 LAW OFFICES DILLON & FINDLEY A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION 1049 W. 5th
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