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Is Your Power Company Fighting in Court Against Safeguards From Mercury and ...
Electric power companies across the country have unleashed their lawyers and lobbyists in Washington, attacking these important health standards in court and in Congress.
Did Warren Buffett Consider Acquisitions of Kellogg, Heinz?
American Electric Power Company (NYSE: AEP), a holding company for public utilities, is trading at near $38.50, placing it at a P/E of 11.62.
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AEP shuts Texas Oklaunion coal plant for planned work
May 14 American Electric Power Co Inc shut its 670-megawatt Oklaunion coal-fired power unit in Texas on Monday for routine maintenance and repairs, the company told the state pollution regulators in a report.
AEP's 670-MW Oklaunion coal plant in unplanned outage
May 31 American Electric Power Co Inc's 670-megawatt Oklaunion coal-fired power unit stopped for an unplanned outage for maintenance and repair, a filing with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality showed on Thursday.
Green Button Energy Program Gathers Steam
Previously signed up were Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Southern California Edison, Oncor, Pepco Holdings Inc.
Japan to Experience Power Shortages This Summer, Panel Says
May 14 (Bloomberg) -- Kansai Electric Power Co. and two other Japanese utilities may have power shortages this summer without supplies from nuclear reactors, a government panel said.
Coal fights to keep crown as power mainstay
From NASCAR and YouTube to campaign donations and Washington lobbyists, coal supporters are embracing an all-of-the-above strategy to defend the industry against what they consider regulatory overreach in Washington.
Small businesses can score big with Pan Am Games
The Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games may be three years away, but small business owner Julie Kaye is already strategizing about how to score big.
Electricity marketers pitch alternatives to AEP's rates
Electricity competition has made its big, and sometimes dizzying, debut in central Ohio, raising questions for consumers about how to choose among the options.
Mexican economic growth accelerates
Mexico's economy started 2012 with a bang as a pick-up in the United States lifted economic growth in Latin America's second-largest economy to its fastest pace in 18 months. First-quarter growth was 4.6 per cent compared with a year earlier, the ...