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  • The benefits of solar panels- to owners and to non-owners alike, as well as to the electric grid, are greater than the compensation owners receive through net metering, which gives a credit for any unused energy they provide to the grid, according to a new report.
  • The benefits of solar panels- to owners and to non-owners alike, as well as to the electric grid, are greater than the compensation owners receive through net metering, which gives a credit for any unused energy they provide to the grid, according to a new report.
  • FirstEnergy has announced that Pennsylvania Electric Company, or Penelec, is constructing new power lines and rebuilding others at a cost of nearly $6 million to serve natural gas pumping stations being constructed in central Pennsylvania.
  • FirstEnergy has announced that Pennsylvania Electric Company, or Penelec, is constructing new power lines and rebuilding others at a cost of nearly $6 million to serve natural gas pumping stations being constructed in central Pennsylvania.
  • Eversource Energy, an electric services company, has filed a request with New Hampshire regulators to reduce its average overall rates by more than 7.5% beginning July 1, 2015.
  • The National Agency for the Promotion and Rational Use of Energy (APRUE) relies on domestic production to complete its national energy efficiency program 2016-2030, the agency manager Mohamed Salah Bouzeriba told APS.
  • Appalachian Power, a unit of American Electric Power Company Inc., has announced a proposed project to upgrade the local transmission system in the greater Charleston area.
  • Dozens of National Grid crews from across upstate New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island will be assisting utilities in Pennsylvania and Connecticut with electricity service restoration in the wake of severe thunderstorms on Tuesday.
  • Dozens of National Grid crews from across upstate New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island will be assisting utilities in Pennsylvania and Connecticut with electricity service restoration in the wake of severe thunderstorms on Tuesday.
  • Despite opposition to nuclear power generation across much of Western Europe and also across the United States, other nations that include China, India, South Africa, Japan and several Middle Eastern nations are actively planning for future nuclear power generation.