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JEA isn't at the bottom anymore, and Clay Electric Cooperative is still near the top...Power's electrical utility residential customer satisfaction survey, JEA was ranked last of the 31 in the south region's 31 mid-sized utilities. In this year's
A rural electric cooperative based in Stillwater is to receive a $9.7 million loan from the US Department of Agriculture. The loan to Central Rural Electric Cooperative announced Wednesday is to be used to build 37 miles of distribution lines and
A formal hearing will begin in Frankfort on Monday as state regulators consider whether to approve Big Rivers Electric Corp.'s request to raise its wholesale electric rates by $74.5 million a year. If approved, electric rates for a residential
PhilippinesThe National Grid Corporation of the Philippines postponed cutting off the power supply to the Albay Electric Cooperative (Aleco) amid appeal from Albay mayors to allow the cash-strapped cooperative to find means to pay its debts and for
With high humidity and temperatures expected to hit 90 degrees today, rural power supplier Kenergy Corp...The rural electric co-op said its customers could set a June record for power usage between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. today, although no all-time
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.