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Bankruptcy Judge Allows Bidding on Enron Wind to March 27

Bankruptcy Judge Allows Bidding on Enron Wind to March 27

2002-03-05 [SolarAccess.com] U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Arthur Gonzalez approved Enron Corp’s motion to pursue the sale of its subsidiary Enron Wind to GE Power Systems but gave alternate bidders until March 27 to submit offers for the company. The judge also assigned a US$5.625 million breakup fee should another bidder offer more than the US$258 million offered by GE. The […]
Deploying an Ice Boom at Jenpeg Generating Station

Deploying an Ice Boom at Jenpeg Generating Station

During the winter months, production of frazil ice upstream of Jenpeg Generating Station in northern Manitoba has been known to cause operational problems, including the blockage of powerhouse intakes.
How to Breakup with Your Power Company

How to Breakup with Your Power Company

Over the past few years, power companies have continuously raised their rates for the services they provide. One would think that as the rates increase so will the spectrum of services; however, that has simply not been the case. Don’t put up with paying more for less any longer. It’s time to break up with your electric company and move on to more cost efficient ways to power your home. It’s a scary thing to end a long-term relationship, even one with your power company. If you needed to write a “Dear John” letter, it may go something like this- . . . . . Dear Power Company, I’m writing you this letter to tell you that I’m leaving you. I’ve always been there for you and supported you for many years. Unfortunately, I have nothing to show for it. I had great hope that things would get better. It has not. You have continually asked for more and more; never considering my needs. The truth is that I found someone else. Someone that cares for my family and me. Someone that cares about our well-being. Someone that understands that our future together is bright. And, someone that understands that a relationship is not just one-sided. You may say that I need a “cooling off” period before I make my final decision. The truth of the matter is, with this summer heat, I simply can not afford it. It would cost me a fortune! I wish you the best, Another Happy Palmetto Solar Customer . . . . . On to a Better Life If this open letter reminds you of some of the frustrations you’ve been having with your own power company and you’re fed up with the increasing rates, then call Palmetto Solar today! We will help you take control of your energy costs. You can start saving today by generating your own power and locking yourself into rates that will never go up. Schedule an in home consultation with a solar energy specialist from Palmetto Solar. Contact us today to start saving with solar! Follow Palmetto Solar on our Facebook and Twitter pages to stay up to date on the latest solar news and clean energy updates. We explore a huge selection of solar energy topics from sources including top news organizations and indie publications. We round up the info you care about and make it easy to share with others. We love spreading the latest solar news and information. We hope that you will too.   Palmetto Solar GoPalmettoSolar.com   Palmetto Palmetto.com
MEMC, Suntech drop solar wafer pact

MEMC, Suntech drop solar wafer pact

Suntech is paying $120M to MEMC to end a 10-year wafer supply pact halfway through, in hopes of rearranging its sourcing options and save $400M.
What to do about PG&E? Cities and others offer ideas

What to do about PG&E? Cities and others offer ideas

Plenty of people, it seems, have plans for PG&E Corp. Even before the California utility giant filed for bankruptcy facing $30 billion in potential liabilities from wildfires, state regulators began studying whether it needed to be reformed, restructured or even taken over by the government. They asked interested parties -- city officials, unions, consumer groups and trade associations -- to chime in.
College Installs Windmill in Ontario

College Installs Windmill in Ontario

The first commercial wind turbines in eastern Ontario has been installed on a campus of St Lawrence College along the St Lawrence River.
Report Highlights Investment Opportunity in Distributed Energy

Report Highlights Investment Opportunity in Distributed Energy

An investment firm in New York says distributed energy services could be the new wave in the financial community in the coming years.
Telecom, Cloud Services and Green Finance — Five Questions with Reed Hundt

Telecom, Cloud Services and Green Finance — Five Questions with Reed Hundt

This article is part of a series of insights from leading smart-grid, clean-energy, and utility experts speaking at gridCONNEXT 2017 in Washington DC, December 4-6. Questions asked by Clean Edge managing director and gridCONNEXT co-chair Ron Pernick.
R&D Forum

R&D Forum

EPRI announces availability of a new report that examines practices and problems associated with trash and debris at hydropower installations.
Vivint Cancels $1.9 Billion Buyout Offer from SunEdison

Vivint Cancels $1.9 Billion Buyout Offer from SunEdison

SunEdison Inc., the world’s biggest renewable-energy developer, surged after Vivint Solar Inc. canceled a $1.9 billion buyout, saying its suitor failed to meet obligations to complete the deal.