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Wyoming governor signs pact with Japanese companies to work on clean coal

Wyoming took another step in its effort to increase coal exports with a research agreement with Japan.

July 27, 2016 / Peter Maloney (Utility Dive)

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US moves up in ACEEE world efficiency rankings, but still plenty of room for improvement

The United States was helped by changes in the report's methodology but struggles with transportation efficiency.

July 27, 2016 / Robert Walton (Utility Dive)

Exelon's Constellation to acquire ConEd's retail electricity and natural gas business

The deal would strengthen Constellation's position as the largest competitive energy supplier in the U.S. 

July 27, 2016 / Krysti Shallenberger (Utility Dive)

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Headed for the exits, Nevada PUC Commissioner David Noble lifts lid on net metering fight

The commissioner, who won't be reappointed to write the next chapter of the saga, spoke out against solar tactics: 'Words are one thing, actions are another.'

July 27, 2016 / Gavin Bade (Utility Dive)

Revised proposal for CAISO expansion aims to preserve state sovereignty

New proposed rules that would help govern an expanded California ISO have been altered to make significant concessions to states worried about working alongside the largest economy in the country.

July 27, 2016 / Robert Walton (Utility Dive)

National Grid taps Itron for Massachusetts smart metering plan in grid modernization effort

The deal hinges on regulatory approval and both parties agreeing to a contract. 

July 27, 2016 / Robert Walton (Utility Dive)

Heat wave, storm push power prices above $1,000/MWh in New York

The heat wave combined with a severe thunderstorm knocked 14,000 customers off Consolidated Edison's service earlier this week.

July 27, 2016 / Robert Walton (Utility Dive)

New York judge deals blow to Gov. Cuomo's crackdown on independent energy marketers

A New York judge called Gov. Cuomo's crackdown on independent energy marketers "arbitrary and irrational," ordering regulators to come up with a new draft of rules. 

July 27, 2016 / Robert Walton (Utility Dive)

Environmental groups urge New York vote on proposed Deepwater Wind offshore wind project

The Long Island Power Authority canceled a vote scheduled for last week. 

July 27, 2016 / Robert Walton (Utility Dive)

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As costs fall, C&I energy storage economics become more attractive

C&I storage market is the fastest growing, but is confined to a handful of states with local incentives for now, said GTM report.

July 26, 2016 / Peter Maloney (Utility Dive)