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A special inspection team sent by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to the Davis-Besse nuclear power plant in Ohio on July 27 found five safety violations.
A federal judge in Ohio approved of legal fees of more than $65 million and expenses totaling $2.7 million in the FirstEnergy Solutions bankruptcy case.
A U.S. bankruptcy court has again delayed the final payment of a legal bill that Akin Gump charged FirstEnergy Solutions in its restructuring case.
Affidavits filed in U.S. bankruptcy court reveal Akin Gump helped FirstEnergy win passage of Ohio HB 6, but they denied knowledge of any illegal activity.
Ohio lawmakers voted unanimously to eliminate the $1.1 billion customer-paid subsidy they created to bail out of the state’s two nuclear power plants.
COVID-19 was the defining problem of 2020 as PJM worked to overcome difficulties in coordinating deliberations on a host of issues, including the MOPR.
The New Jersey BPU voted to hold a public hearing on JCP&L in response to the ongoing bribery scandal involving its parent, FirstEnergy.
FirstEnergy’s positive third-quarter financial results were overshadowed by questions about ongoing federal investigations into the company.
FirstEnergy fired CEO Charles Jones and two others over an alleged bribery scandal in Ohio after two men pleaded guilty in the scheme.
AEP CEO Nick Akins said that his company is innocent of wrongdoing in the alleged bribery scheme that resulted in the passage of Ohio H.B. 6, echoing a similar protestation by FirstEnergy CEO Charles Jones.
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