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Area residents will be able to learn about and comment on Henderson-based Big Rivers Electric Corp.'s request now before the Kentucky Public Service Commission to raise its electric rates by nearly 20 percent during a public hearing here next week...
Font Resize The Denver Post Gov. John Hickenlooper on Wednesday signed into law a controversial bill doubling the renewable-energy requirements for rural electric cooperatives. The bill, SB 252, requires that by 2020 rural electricity cooperatives
Industrial customers served by Minnesota's second-largest power company are complaining that its rates are the highest in the state and heading higher because of questionable management. Great River Energy, a nonprofit wholesale power supplier to 28
The decision announced Friday means that Midwest Energy's nine-member board of directors, elected by the customer/members, will decide whether to raise rates in the future, rather than submit requests to the commission. "I appreciate the vote of
Seven Southern and Western Illinois telephone companies are participating in a federal pilot project that will supply qualifying customers with refurbished computers for $50 and a year's worth of high-speed Internet access for as low as $5 a month.
Old Dominion Electric Cooperative said Tuesday that it will seek approval from Maryland regulators to build an electric power plant in Cecil County. The Virginia-based Old Dominion supplies power to about 550,000 households and businesses through 11
Nearly 16,000 customers of the Kenergy Corp. from the early 1980s will be receiving roughly $100 each in the coming weeks, the Henderson-based rural electric co-op announced recently. Kenergy's board of directors has voted to return $3.15 million to
Some are taking advantage of their member-owned status to begin weaning their regions off of fossil fuels. Charles Cotton never gave much thought to the fact that he owns a piece of Jackson Energy Cooperative, the utility that delivers power to his
Briefs Employers atop jobs few hiring Staff, news services Goslee U.S. employers have more job openings than at any other time in nearly five years...That disparity helps explain why the job market remains tight and unemployment high. Even as
PhilippinesPower rates in Mindanao may shoot up by P1.80 to as much as P4 per kilowatt-hour should the electric cooperatives on the island decide to adopt the government's recommendation that they acquire their own diesel-fired generators as a stop-