Georgia Power plans retirement of coal units, conversion to natural gas ...
Georgia Power, a subsidiary of Southern Co., filed its 20-year Integrated Resource Plan calling for the closure of 15 coal- and oil-fired po
Duke Energy to retire coal-fired units two years early - Power Engineering
Duke Energy said it will retire two coal-fired power plants two years earlier than scheduled.
US EMP Attack Within Months? Martial Law By Memorial Day Verified | Cons...
On today's John Moore show, John informs us that his East coast FEMA source is deeply worried that America will take an EMP attack within mo
Xcel studying whether to upgrade or retire coal-fired power plant - Powe...
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WPS to pay more than $300mn in Clean Air Act penalties - Power Engineering
Wisconsin Public Service agreed to pay $307.2 million ifor pollution control technology, a civil penalty and environmental mitigation projec
EPA must re-release PM2.5 NAAQS standard - Power Engineering
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled on Jan. 4 that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) made an e
Biden says Obama could use executive orders to restrict guns
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Vice President Joe Biden said on Wednesday the White House is determined to act quickly to curb gun violence and will
China breaks ground on 6,600 MW nuclear power plant - Power Engineering
The post-Fukushima freeze on nuclear projects in China is thawing after construction resumed in December on the fourth-generation Shidao Bay
Monticello coal-fired units to be mothballed from winter to summer - Pow...
Luminant's 1200 MW Monticello coal-fired power plant in Texas is not needed for the power grid this winter and spring, the Electric Reliabil
Heartland Institute: Uranium mining in Virginia safe - Power Engineering
A new report from The Heartland Institute, a Chicago-based libertarian think tank, concludes that Virginia's vast undeveloped uranium deposi
Georgia Power seeks to retire 2,061 MW of coal- and oil-fired generating...
Georgia Power is requesting approval from the Georgia Public Service Commission to retire 15 coal- and oil-fired generating units totaling 2