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South Carolina PSC Set to Rule Friday on SCANA/Dominion Merger

With the South Carolina Public Service Commission set to rule December 14 on Virginia-based Dominion Energy’s offer to acquire embattled SCANA Corporation, it now appears that thefeatured

Next Moves for Hydro One

Whipsawed by political developments in Ontario, embattled Hydro One Ltd. is pondering its next move and whether the Toronto-based energy company can salvage its $5.3 billion plan tofeatured

Media Reports Keep Hydro One Governance Question in Focus

A report in a Toronto newspaper that Ontario Premier Doug Ford is in a “standoff” with Hydro One Ltd.’s board majority over the selection of a new CEO echoed through the Pacific Northwest this week wherefeatured

Oregon’s Citizens’ Utility Board Throws a Hail Mary Pass Regarding Avista/Hydro One

Oregon’s utility ratepayer advocate is recommending that state regulators require the Canadian Province of Ontario to pledge in writing that the provincial government will not interfere in the “policies and actions” of Avista Corporationfeatured

Day 2 of Idaho PUC’s Technical Hearing on Avista/Hydro One Merger

A top executive at Toronto’s Hydro One Ltd. apologized to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday (Nov. 27) after the commission’s president questioned why the company had not alerted the PUCfeatured

From Today’s Idaho PUC Technical Hearing on Avista/Hydro One Merger

Tom Woods, the new board chairman of Toronto-based Hydro One Ltd., told the Idaho Public Utilities Commission November 26 that the company’s largest shareholder—the Canadian Province of Ontario—retains the right to pass legislationfeatured

Avista and Hydro One Making Progress with Regulators

Signs have emerged among regulatory agencies in the Pacific Northwest that the pending $5.3 billion merger of Toronto-based Hydro One Ltd. and Spokane-based Avista Corporation has turned again in the companies’ favor.featured

SCANA Whistleblowers to Testify

Two whistleblowers who refused to appear at yesterday’s opening of the hearing into the SCANA/Dominion Energy merger and related rate issues are expected to be compelled to testify, either voluntarily or by force.featured

SCANA Partner May Provide New Path to Dominion Merger

Santee Cooper, the state-owned utility that shares ownership of the failed nuclear plant with SCANA, may have provided a new path to public support for proposed takeover of SCANA by Dominion Energy,featured

SCANA Hearings to Target Alleged Company Malfeasance

The evidentiary hearings into the proposed merger of SCANA with Dominion Energy will commence today with the state consumer advocate calling ten witnesses to help build a case that top utility executives knowingly misled regulatorsfeatured

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