June 24, 2024

Algonquin Power & Utilities

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Algonquin, Residents Make Final Arguments in Weymouth Hearing
The attorneys representing the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, Algonquin Gas Transmission and a group of residents presented final arguments in a department adjudicatory proceeding over the waterways license of the company’s natural gas compressor station in Weymouth.
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Major Changes Ahead for ISO-NE in 2024
ISO-NE enters 2024 with several major projects underway and is grappling with the sweeping changes and long-term uncertainty brought by the clean energy transition.
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Form Energy Wants to Bring Long-duration Storage to New England
Form Energy hopes to use its long-duration iron-air batteries to firm up renewable energy generation across extended stretches in New England.
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Enbridge Announces Project to Increase Northeast Pipeline Capacity
Enbridge is soliciting requests for service as part of a natural gas pipeline expansion project that would significantly increase capacity to the Northeast.
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AEP, Liberty Call off Sale of Kentucky Operations
AEP and Liberty Utilities have shelved their plans to exchange Kentucky Power for $2.6 billion, ending two years of attempts to gain approval.
Kentucky Officials Ask FERC to Deny AEP-Liberty Deal
Kentucky officials have asked FERC to shut down AEP’s proposed $2.6 billion sale of its Kentucky operations to Liberty Utilities.
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FERC Rejects Sale of AEP’s Kentucky Operations to Liberty
FERC rejected the sale of American Electric Power’s Kentucky operations to Algonquin Power & Utilities subsidiary Liberty Utilities.
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AEP Accepts Lower Price for Kentucky Operations Sale
AEP and Liberty Utilities have struck an amended sale agreement that cuts the price of AEP Kentucky operations by $200 million and extends the deal's timeline.
Independence Demolition
PSC OKs Sale of AEP’s Kentucky Operations to Liberty Utilities
Kentucky regulators approved Liberty Utilities’ $2.8 billion acquisition of American Electric Power’s Kentucky operations while including multiple customer protections.
AEP Continues to ‘De-risk’ by Shedding Assets
AEP told financial analysts it is continuing to de-risk and simplify itself, reporting increased first-quarter earnings the same day as Xcel Energy did.

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