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PG&E repairing damaged transmission tower

PG&E is partnering with the California Highway Patrol and Caltrans to allow the work to be conducted safely 

Exelon may close unprofitable Quad Cities nuclear plant

Exelon says the two-reactor plant, which began commercial operation in 1973, is losing money 

Canadian Solar, Southern Power partner on 200 MW solar power project

Under the terms of the agreement, Southern Power will acquire about 51 percent of the solar power project 

EPA allows one claim to stand in Sierra Club appeal of Schiller air permit

EPA said in a notice to be published in the Sept. 1 Federal Register that the order responds to a July 2014 petition from the Sierra Club 

Eletrobras nuclear unit could face bribery charges

Police say they have asked prosecutors to file charges against the former head of Eletronuclear

PNM Resources files general rate case

The rate request reflects $2.5 billion in rate base, which is a $655 million increase since the 2010 rate case 

Semprius wins $2.9 million from ARPA-E for hybrid solar technology

The funding will be used to develop technologies that lower the cost of solar energy 

Nevada regulators vote to keep existing rooftop solar rates

The Public Utilities Commission voted to maintain current rates and rules before permanent ones must be adopted by the end of the year

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