Power Sector

Global emissions from fossil fuel consumption will likely never reach 2019 levels: Research

Global emissions from fossil fuel consumption will likely never reach 2019 levels: Research

Emissions from the fuel consumption fell by around 10 per cent in 2020 as a result of the corona virus pandemic, and they will never reach 2019 levels again even if they rise again with gradual eco

Minnesota Public Utilities Commission Gives a Green Signal to Two Coal Plant Retirement Plans

Minnesota Public Utilities Commission Gives a Green Signal to Two Coal Plant Ret

The Minnesota state regulators approved of a plan to retire two coal-burning power plants in the state.

California Gears up to Utilize the Potential of Renewable Energy

California Gears up to Utilize the Potential of Renewable Energy

The California energy officials in February 2013, met the executives from power-industries to discuss and find a way to avoid a calamity that could hit the state.

Californians Will Face Changes in Electricity Bill as PUC Gets Ready to Vote on Friday

Californians Will Face Changes in Electricity Bill as PUC Gets Ready to Vote on

There is a plan for changes in the electricity charges paid by the Californians and it could give a jerk to the pocket of the consumers using less electricity.

According to the proposal on which the state Public Utilities Commission is scheduled to vote on Friday, the present four tier graduated rates which the consumers see now could go down to two or three.

Dominion’s Yorktown Oil Burning Unit to be Shut Down

Dominion’s Yorktown Oil Burning Unit to be Shut Down

The oil-burning, electricity generating unit in Yorktown has been a workhorse for Dominion Virginia Power for long. The utility which once had plans of being modernized is now being close instead, by 2020.

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