Posts Tagged ‘elevtricity’

Solar power company inks letter with manufacturer

GULFPORT — Solar America Corp. has signed a letter of intent with L&G Energy Solutions, a commercial manufacturer of energy management devices including LED lighting and solar equipment. L&G Energy Solutions, based in Round Rock, Texas, is a clean tech company building products aimed at reducing energy consumption. According to the provisions of the LOI, […] [...]

AP makes corrections to story on Entergy Nuclear

by Associated Press Published: January 15,2013

Tags: correction, elevtricity, energy, license, nuclear plant, nuclear power, power, regulation, regulator

In a story Jan. 13 about the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant, The Associated Press reported erroneously how much power the plant supplies to Vermont. The plant currently supplies a small fraction of Vermont’s power, not a third, as it used to before a contract expired last March. The story also erroneously reported when the […] [...]

Fitch Ratings gives TVA bonds ‘negative’ outlook

NORTH MISSISSIPPI — Fitch Ratings has assigned an “AAA” rating to the $1-billion 2012 series B Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) global power bonds. The bonds were priced Dec. 18, 2012. Proceeds from the 2012 series B bonds will be primarily used to refinance outstanding debt. In addition Fitch awarded a parity global power bond rating […] [...]

PSC pondering change to rate-setting policy

by MBJ Staff Published: August 8,2012

Tags: bill, cool, cooling, elevtricity, energy, heat, heating, interest rate, natural gas, rate, ratepayer, state agency, utility

JACKSON — Northern District Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley reports the Mississippi Public Service Commission (PSC) has opened an inquiry into whether reduced borrowing costs for electric utility companies and other factors should translate into lower rates for customers. The PSC voted 3-0 to open the inquiry. Presley said current rates were set when interest […] [...]

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