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Top Power News - January 29, 2022


S&C Electric Company Reveals New Modern Solution for Grid-Edge Outages
CHICAGO, January 24, 2022 – S&C Electric Company, a leading grid innovator improving power reliability and delivery worldwide, announces its newest innovation, the VacuFuse® II Self-Resetting Interrupter, the latest lateral solution for grid-edge protection. The VacuFuse II interrupter brings fault-testing
S&C Electric Company
 
Green energy firms face new push in Kansas to restrict them
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Green energy companies and environmentalists are fighting a revived push in the Republican-controlled Kansas Legislature for stricter limits on wind turbines and solar farms in a state where renewable resources account for nearly half the capacity
By JOHN HANNA, Associated Press
 
Georgia PSC commissioner touts clean energy during presentation to Albany Rotarians
Jan. 27—ALBANY — Tim Echols is a crime fighter by night and a clean energy proponent by day. That joke was his own, referring to his work in fighting child sex trafficking and as one of five members of the
Alan Mauldin, The Albany Herald, Ga.
 
Town of Rhinebeck mulls change to electricity plans
RHINEBECK, N.Y. – Town Board members are reviewing whether a community solar program would be a better fit for electricity customers than joining a consortium of municipalities that would require residents to take added steps to stay with Central Hudson
William J. Kemble
 
Memphis judge orders TVA to hand over more documents about its offer to Memphis, other cities
A federal judge in Memphis wants the Tennessee Valley Authority to fork over documents about the environmental impact — and potential hazards — of its long-term contract offer to supply Memphis with electricity. U.S. District Judge Thomas Parker issued an
Samuel Hardiman
 
SEMPRA INFRASTRUCTURE, ENTERGY LOUISIANA SIGN MOU TO ADVANCE RENEWABLE ENERGY
SAN DIEGO, Jan. 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Sempra Infrastructure, a subsidiary of Sempra (NYSE:SRE) (BMV:SRE), announced today it has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Entergy Louisiana, LLC to develop options designed to accelerate the deployment of renewable
PR Newswire
 
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Top Gas News - January 29, 2022


Phoenix Park Energy Acquires NGL Terminal In Texas From Keyera Energy
Deal In Brief Phoenix Park Gas Processors Limited (PPGPL), through its wholly owned subsidiary Phoenix Park Energy Marketing LLC (PPEM), has acquired natural gas liquids (NGL) terminal located in Hull Texas, the US, from Keyera Energy Inc. (KEI), a subsidiary
Marketline - Deals
 
Chesapeake Energy to Acquire Oil and Gas Producer Chief E and D
US-based oil and gas company Chesapeake Energy Corp. (NASDAQ: CHK) hassigned definitive agreements to acquire US-based oil and natural gas exploration and production company Chief E and D Holdings, LP and associated non-operated interests held by affiliates of Tug Hill,
EquityBites
 
EnergyAustralia’s Tallawarra power station reaches 1000 days injury free
Jan. 28 -- EnergyAustralia issued the following news release: This month Tallawarra power station celebrated the significant milestone of 1000 days without any injuries. Ivan Currie, Tallawarra Asset Leader, says he’s proud of the achievement, which demonstrates a sustained effort
Contify Energy News
 
Support for hydrogen incentives falters in New Mexico
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — State legislators gave a cold reception Thursday to a package of financial incentives aimed at scaling up hydrogen production using New Mexico's vast natural gas reserves. A state House panel voted 6-4 to indefinitely postpone
By MORGAN LEE, Associated Press
 
Grove Municipal Service Authority Board learns wholesale natural gas prices expected to rise
The Grove Treasurer Lisa Allred told the Grove Municipal Services Authority the city’s natural gas supplier Southern Star has applied to the Federal Energy Commission for a price increase. Allred pointed out the city is already being billed a higher
The American
 
Chinese researchers propose catalytic approach to produce biogas straight from biomass
In China, natural gas can be used as fuel for generating electricity, heating and powering transportation. It is also the raw material to manufacture hydrogen and ammonia. Currently, biogenic and thermogenic processes are the two widely accepted methods for natural
Biofuels Digest
 
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