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Local wind watts now available in Pittsburgh

Remember the Choose PA Wind campaign — the one aimed at people willing to pay more for the electricity if they know it’s coming from local green sources? That’s no longer necessary – the paying more part, that is, according to Community Energy, Inc.

Coal industry: Political ads skirt the truth

I’ve seen the election ads on TV contending that somehow Sen. Jon Tester and the Environmental Protection Agency are responsible for the announced closure of the Corette coal-fired power plant in Billings. After doing a bit of research, that’s just not the way I see it.

As Election Nears, A New Debate Over ‘Clean Coal’

Imag­ine a chart track­ing U.S. green­house gas emis­sions since 2005. Do you imag­ine a line head­ing up, or down? It’s down actu­ally. Emis­sions are decreas­ing, thanks to the weak econ­omy, more use of wind and solar power, and the sud­den influx of cleaner burn­ing nat­ural gas.

After tests, Peco to resume smart-meter installations

Peco Energy Co. announced Tuesday it will resume its ambitious smart-meter installation program after pulling the plug on a manufacturer whose devices had been linked to a series of fires.

Susquehanna-Roseland Transmission Line Gets Final Approval

The National Park Service (NPS) has given final approval to the Susquehanna-Roseland power line, a major transmission grid upgrade planned for the Northeast U.S. According to New Jersey utility Public Service Electric and Gas Co. (PSE&G), which is building the transmission line …

FirstEnergy Loses High Court Bid to Recoup $230 Million

The U.S. Supreme Court turned away an appeal by two FirstEnergy Corp. (FE) units that sought to recoup $230 million they say they spent to acquire power for serving their Pennsylvania retail power customers.

Nuclear power plant will be shut down for turbine inspections

PPL Susquehanna, a generating affiliate of PPL Corp. (NYSE: PPL), on Oct. 5 said it has reduced electricity output on both generating units at the Susquehanna nuclear power plant in Pennsylvania and is preparing for a planned shutdown of the Unit 1 reactor later this month for additional turbine …