Air Energy Systems (AES)
IP&L complained to FERC that its energy storage battery at the Harding Street Station is supporting the MISO grid without any way of being compensated.
PJM and the Retail Electric Supply Association (RESA) want a say in the Dayton Power and Light plan to keep its coal-fired plants running.
MISO could have a limited set of market rules for energy storage as early as 2017.
With several projects being considered, MISO Energy is beginning a look at rule changes needed to accommodate energy storage.
AES will sell up to 30% of Indianapolis Power & Light to raise capital for environmental upgrades on its coal-fired generation fleet.
Cooler summer weather took a toll on the third-quarter profits of electric utilities in PJM's footprint.
PJM member companies FirstEnergy, Duke Energy, NRG Energy, Dynegy and AES all announced second-quarter earnings last week.
The brutal winter weather boosted earnings for many PJM companies in the first quarter, even while some were absorbing huge costs from strategy shifts.
AES Corp. announced last week that it is attempting to sell DPL Inc.’s generation fleet rather than spinning it off into an unregulated subsidiary. The planned sale is an indication that AES, which bought DPL in 2011, is having buyer's remorse.
News briefs from the states within the PJM footprint. This week we include Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
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