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Is Your Power Company Fighting in Court Against Safeguards From Mercury and ...
Last week marked the deadline for lawsuits to challenge EPA's Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) for power plants.
Electricity marketers pitch alternatives to AEP's rates
Clients can choose whether to get their electricity-generation service from AEP or from a competitor. AEP's ... By law, the company must be run separately from the utility, and AEP Ohio must treat AEP Retail the same as it would any of the other ...
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.
Even in Coal Country, the Fight for an Industry
Across the United States, the industry is under siege, threatened by new regulations from Washington, environmentalists fortified by money from Michael R. Bloomberg, the billionaire mayor of New York City, and natural gas companies intent on capturing ...
Power providers in nasty faceoff
A recent merger has made FirstEnergy the larger of the two, following decades when AEP was the biggest kid on the block. Last year, FirstEnergy was the eighth-largest company in Ohio by revenue. AEP was 11th.AEP portrays FirstEnergy as a mean man in ...
The Backbone of the Electric System: A Legacy of Coal and the Challenge of ...
Utility companies were able to interconnect multiple plants, allowing the most efficient plants to deliver power to a wide area, provide backup power, and further reduce electricity costs. The use of coal for electric generation expanded rapidly to ...
Small businesses can score big with Pan Am Games
... about how to score big. The founder and chief executive officer of TBD Telecom by Design Inc., a small Toronto-based telecommunications firm, is hoping to earn a juicy contract or two from the sporting event, where there will be 36 sports, drawing ...
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.
New York's Chinatown Fair arcade reopens, but the game has changed
When the Chinatown Fair arcade closed its doors last February, New York City lost its bragging rights over one of the last remaining classic arcades in the world.
Got a penny? Buy a timeshare
What do you do with that couch change that turns up every few months? How about buying a time-share? If you are savvy on the Internet, you can find time-share owners who are eager to sell their well-loved vacation spots for US$1.