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Top Power News - January 24, 2022


Utility asks court to overturn rejection of power plant plan
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico’s largest electric provider is asking the state Supreme Court to overturn a decision by regulators and let the utility proceed with a plan to transfer its shares in a coal-fired power plant to a
Associated Press
 
Apex signs PPA with Meta for 225-MW wind project in Iowa
January 24 (Renewables Now) - Apex Clean Energy has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) for its 225-MW Great Pathfinder Wind project in Iowa with Meta (NASDAQ:FB), formerly known as Facebook, the US renewables developer said today. Meta will offtake
SeeNews Renewables
 
Energy Storage Key To Resilient Electricity Grids Of The Future
Jurisdictions across Canada are moving to integrate technology that will store energy for future on-demand use. Commonly referred to as energy storage (ES), these technologies take various forms and serve a wide range of functions within electricity grids and beyond.
By Mr Simon Baines, Jessica Kennedy and Maeve O'Neill Sanger
 
Connecticut and its two biggest utilities launch a broad build-out of electric vehicle chargers
Connecticut is embarking on a broad build-out of electric vehicle charging stations, joined by the state’s two largest utilities committing more than $90 million. The state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority on Jan. 1 launched the nine-year program as part of
Stephen Singer, Hartford Courant
 
Several landowners challenge approval of Nebraska solar farm
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Several landowners have gone to court to challenge the county board's approval of a massive solar farm that is planned just east of Lincoln. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that attorneys for four landowners have said
Associated Press
 
Electric Dreams: After more than two decades, Legislature poised to end competition
A major rewrite of Arizona’s electric energy policy is making its way through the House. Supporters of House Bill 2101, which will repeal the 1998 law that tried to create a competitive electric market in Arizona, say it will ensure
Nathan Brown Arizona Capitol Times
 
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Top Gas News - January 24, 2022


ANRG Anaergia, Southwest Gas to supply RNG to California
Anaergia Inc (TSX:ANRG) Shares Issued 24,348,495 Last Close 1/21/2022 $17.98 Friday January 21 2022 - News Release Mr. Yaniv Scherson reports SOUTHWEST GAS TO EXPAND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY RENEWABLE NATURAL GAS TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SYSTEM Southwest Gas Corp. has completed a
Canada StockWatch
 
Senate Energy Committee Issues Testimony From Water Power Technologies Office Acting Director Garson
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22 -- The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee issued the following testimony by Jennifer Garson, acting director for the Water Power Technologies of the Energy Department, involving a Jan. 11, 2022, hearing on hydropower: * * *
Targeted News Service
 
CPS Energy ratepayers likely to see another bill increase as utility drops lawsuits
Jan. 23—Beginning in March, CPS Energy customers will pay more for their electricity and natural gas, after the City Council OK'd a rate hike this month. But the additional expense is likely to go up from there. The rate increase
Diego Mendoza-Moyers, San Antonio Express-News
 
How far would Iowa pipeline projects go toward U.S. climate change goals?
Jan. 19—Three companies want to build pipelines to carry carbon dioxide from Iowa ethanol plants to underground sequestration sites in neighboring states, standing to benefit from billions of dollars in federal tax credits and from West Coast fuel sales if
Erin Jordan, The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
 
Speakers urge Colo. regulators to turn down $182M rate hike
Speakers urged the Colorado Public Utilities Commission at a Wednesday hearing to reject a $182 million rate increase sought by Xcel Energy, saying it will put a burden on low-income customers even as the utility continues to make big profits
The Denver Post
 
Power grid better prepared, ERCOT says
Utility regulators said Monday that the state's electricity grid is significantly more resilient now than when it nearly collapsed during last February's deadly freeze – even though a number of power plants still haven't resolved deficiencies in their winterization efforts.
Bob Sechler
 
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