The Californian Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) last week approved Pacific Gas & Electric's (PG&E’s) request to retire the state's only operating nuclear capacity, the two-unit Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant, by 2025.
Dominion Energy CEO Thomas Farrell told South Carolina's utility regulators last week state leaders could either accept his company's proposed takeover of South Carolina-based SCANA, or the utility holding company would go bankrupt.
An Ohio-based coal company is “extremely disappointed” that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission failed to enact reforms to support coal-fired and nuclear power plants, Kallanish Energy reports.
Empire State Connector Corp. (ESC) said Wednesday it’s completed the first stage of a two-stage open solicitation process for interested parties to reserve space on its proposed 265-mile, 1,000-megawatt Empire State Connector high-voltage direct current (HVDC) electric transmission line.
EDF’s long-delayed European Pressurized Reactor (EPR) unit, Flamanville 3, remains on budget and on schedule to start commercial operations by the end of 2018, the utility group said on Monday after crucial system tests were successfully completed.
Areva and CNNC signed on Tuesday a memorandum of commercial agreement to reaffirm their mutual commitment to ink a contract for a $12 billion Chinese commercial used fuel treatment-recycling plant project, Kallanish Energy reports.
If Dominion Energy buys South Carolina Electric & Gas, its customers will get a one-time cash injection to make up for some of the years they spent financing the now-abandoned V.C. Summer nuclear project.