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Smokestacks imploded at Cape Fear Plant

This is the first of three implosions that will occur at the nearly 90-year-old Cape Fear Plant

S&T AG to buy Echelon's power grid operations

The closing is conditioned upon regulatory approvals. The companies expect the deal to close by the end of the year.

Officials to Secretary Moniz: Power line approvals take too long

The 725-mile TransWest Express high-voltage power line project from Wyoming to the Southwest will have taken over six years by the time the U.S. Bureau of Land Management gives final approval later...

China connects first unit at Fuqing nuclear plant to power grid

Three more CPR-1000 reactors are under construction on the site

Duke Energy to sell 11 coal, natural gas power plants to Dynegy

The Midwest generation business includes 11 merchant power plants with a capacity of about 6,100 MW

Ameren Missouri speeds up outage restoration with Arcos software

Arcos Crew Manager creates a centralized database Ameren Missouri will use to rapidly position crews, contractors and mutual assistance workers during storm recovery efforts

Leidos Engineering director named to Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance

Leidos Engineering’s John Nicol was recently elected to serve a two-year term as a member of the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance board of directors 

Quanta Services picked for segment of Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project

Quanta expects construction of the project to begin this quarter and anticipates completing the project during the first quarter of 2015

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