Content Category: New & Noteworthy
Goldman Sachs Raises $10B
by NAW Staff on Wednesday September 24 2008
Global investment banking firm Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has priced a public offering of 40.65 million common shares at $123 per share for total gross [read more]
California ISO Will Help Track Renewable Energy
by NAW Staff on Tuesday September 23 2008
The California Independent System Operator Corp. (California ISO) is offering a new service to its market participants that will help them meet the state's renewable [read more]
FERC Approves Experimental Transmission Pricing Plan
by NAW Staff on Tuesday September 23 2008
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved plans by a group of Western transmission providers for a two-year experimental regional transmission pricing initiative intended [read more]
CPUC Votes To Oppose Proposition 7
by NAW Staff on Tuesday September 23 2008
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has voted unanimously to oppose Proposition 7 on the November ballot, primarily because it would establish an excessively rigid [read more]
Google, GE To Collaborate On Energy Issues
by NAW Staff on Monday September 22 2008
Google recently revealed in its official blog that the online search giant will join forces with GE to "drive the changes necessary to empower consumers [read more]
Transmission Providers File CREZ Plan
by NAW Staff on Monday September 22 2008
A group of Texas transmission providers have filed a proposal with the Public Utility Commission of Texas to build approximately 2,400 miles of 345 kV [read more]
Constellation Energy Sells To MidAmerican For $4.7B
by NAW Staff on Monday September 22 2008
MidAmerican Energy Holdings Co. has reached a tentative agreement in which MidAmerican will purchase all of the outstanding shares of Constellation Energy for a cash [read more]
Granholm Applauds Renewable Energy Package
by NAW Staff on Monday September 22 2008
Passage of a bipartisan energy package proposed by Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm, D-Mich., includes a renewable portfolio standard (RPS) that mandates that 10% of the [read more]
FERC Decision Reaffirms RPM, Supports Competition
by NAW Staff on Monday September 22 2008
Chicago-based utility Exelon Corp. says a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) decision to dismiss complaints about the reliability pricing model (RPM) reaffirms the model and [read more]
ERCOT Withdraws Fee Increase Request
by NAW Staff on Monday September 22 2008
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), the grid operator for most of the state, is withdrawing its request for a fee increase filed last [read more]
Iowa Lakes Expands Wind Energy Program
by NAW Staff on Friday September 19 2008
The board of trustees of Iowa Lakes Community College has decided to secure more classroom space for wind energy students. While the college was originally [read more]
PSE Provides Grant For Renewables Courses At WSU
by NAW Staff on Thursday September 18 2008
Engineering students at Washington State University (WSU) will soon be able to study cutting-edge technologies for harnessing the power of the wind, sun, biomass, fuel [read more]
House Passes Legislation That Extends Wind PTC Until 2009
by NAW Staff on Wednesday September 17 2008
The House of Representatives passed a Democrat-sponsored energy bill that would expand U.S. offshore drilling and increase taxes on oil companies by $18 billion, according [read more]
New Members Join GridWise Alliance
by NAW Staff on Wednesday September 17 2008
The GridWise Alliance, a consortium of public and private stakeholders based in Washington, D.C., has announced that 15 companies and academic institutions have joined the [read more]
Beacon Tests High-Power Flywheels
by NAW Staff on Wednesday September 17 2008
Tyngsboro, Mass.-based Beacon Power Corp., a designer and developer of advanced products and services to support more stable, reliable and efficient electricity grid operation, has [read more]
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