Idaho utilities want a federal review of 4-hour power outage

A power substation fire in Idaho caused a several hour long power outage for more than 100,000 customers this week, and the local electric cooperatives and utilities are calling for a federal review of the incident.

Sempra acquires in-progress Michigan wind farm

Sempra U.S. Gas & Power acquired an in-progress wind farm project in Michigan from utility-scale wind and solar energy developer Geronimo Energy, LLC, the utility announced today.

NERC to develop a better cybersecurity standard for the grid

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved an order Thursday directing the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) to develop a new Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) reliability standard.

Dominion East Ohio engaging customers with energy savings program

Dominion East Ohio is helping customers cut energy costs by offering a low-cost home energy assessment and savings program.

In part 2 of Tesla Master Plan, Elon Musk pushes hard for combined energy storage

Combining energy generation with storage is the future of sustainable energy, Tesla's founder Elon Musk insists. And working toward a sustainable future isn't just for hippies, he wrote in a blog post Wednesday.


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Despite declining production at a key gas field in the Netherlands, natural gas prices in Europe remain at lowest level in six years. The Netherlands, the largest natural gas producer in the European Union, supplied 14 percent of the European Union's natural gas in 2014.


Solar power's growth curve in Germany is falling so fast the German government said it would suspend further reductions in the solar feed-in tariff.