DTE Energy is focused on plans to double its renewable energy capacity by the early 2020s and build a new, controversial $1-billion gas-fired plant recently approved by regulator. | DTE EnergyRead More
A recently passed New Jersey law could lead to the state subsidizing nuclear plants outside its borders, Public Service Enterprise Group CEO Ralph Izzo said during his company’s first-quarter earnings call Monday. | NRCRead More
South Carolina legislators continue to maneuver as if there is some room to negotiate the terms of a deal to sell SCANA to Dominion, but Dominion CEO Thomas Farrell emphatically rejected that presumption on a conference call to discuss the company’s Q1 2018 earnings. | DominionRead More
Buoyed by recent positive developments, American Electric Power CEO Nick Akins had several reasons Thursday to proclaim the company “in better shape than in the first quarter of last year.” | InvenergyRead More
NextEra Energy beat analysts’ expectations and shattered last year’s first-quarter performance, reporting earnings Tuesday of $4.4 billion and $9.32/share, up from $1.6 billion and $3.37, respectively. | TVARead More
Avangrid on Monday said its first quarter earnings rose slightly on new rate plans and rising output from its wind fleet, and the company highlighted its growing opportunities in renewable energy — particularly offshore wind. | Vinyard WindRead More
FERC adequately explained why it limited Duke Energy Carolina to a 40-year extension on a hydropower project, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday. | Catawba Wateree Water Management GroupRead More
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