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Updated: Opposition Builds to Vectren Power Plant in Indiana

Updated: Opposition to Vectren Corporation’s plans to build a massive 850 megawatt gas-fired power plant in southwestern Indiana now includes the state’s utility consumer advocate. The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor, which represents utility ratepayers,featured

Pacific Northwest Intervenors Await Hydro One Clarity

A staff attorney for Oregon’s utility ratepayer advocate told CTFN that if new management at Hydro One were to renege on the settlement agreement reached with intervenors in its bid tofeatured

Ford Could Put His Mark on Hydro One Management

During the recent Ontario provincial election campaign in Canada, newly-elected Premier Doug Ford derisively referred to Hydro One’s then-CEO Mayo Schmidt as “the six-million dollar man” because of thefeatured

Idaho Intervenor Speaks to Avista/Hydro One Issues

An attorney representing a group of Avista ratepayers opposed to the $5.3 billion merger of Hydro One Limited and Avista Corporation hailed the July 19 decision by the Idahofeatured

Idaho PUC Might Delay July 23 Avista/Hydro One Hearing

A source close to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission told CTFN on Tuesday that the commissioners could vote Thursday to delay the commission’s scheduledfeatured

Parties in Avista/Hydro One Proceedings React to Removal of Board

Parties to several Pacific Northwest regulatory proceedings in the $5.3 billion Avista/Hydro One merger were left scrambling for answers July 12 after the bombshell announcement thatfeatured

Vectren/CenterPoint Should Pose No Problems for FERC

The head of an independent research and policy analysis organization at Purdue University that often analyzes energy issues for Indiana policymakers is predicting that CenterPoint Energy’s proposed $6 billionfeatured

Updated: PSC Implements SCANA Rate Cut as Company Challenges Move in Court

Without discussion, the South Carolina Public Service Commission on July 2 voted to enact a sweeping rate cut for South Carolina Electric and Gas Co. customers stemming from the abandonment of construction on twofeatured

South Carolina Legislature Votes to Reduce Surcharge on SCANA Customers

A bill passed by the South Carolina legislature on June 27 that calls for slashing SCE&G customer’s monthly bills to pay for two unfinished nuclear reactors faces an almostfeatured

Oregon Braces for Potential Political Fallout at Hydro One

Oregon’s utility ratepayer advocate who helped negotiate a proposed settlement with Toronto-based Hydro One Limited and Spokane-based Avista Corporation told CTFN thatfeatured


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