The Florida Municipal Power Agency recently filed comments with the Environmental Protection Agency voicing concerns about EPA’s proposed greenhouse gas rule for electric utilities.
A 200-megawatt solar energy facility that will supply energy to Michigan public power utilities recently started commercial operations. Located in Calhoun County, Michigan, the Calhoun Solar Energy Center was developed by Invenergy.
CFPP LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems, on July 31 submitted an application to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission seeking approval to start early construction activities tied to a small modular reactor project prior to the issuance of a combined license by the NRC.
The U.S. Department of Energy on July 27 announced that it is accepting applications for state and territory implementation of the two home energy rebate programs created by the Inflation Reduction Act.
Using a Demonstration of Energy and Efficiency Developments program grant from the American Public Power Association, the Northern California Power Agency has completed a study marking the initial development of a clean hydrogen production and storage facility.
Georgia Power on July 31 said that Plant Vogtle Unit 3, a new nuclear power unit in Georgia, has entered commercial operation.