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January 30, 2013
05:53 EDTEXC, ETR, EIX, DUKCheap gas threatens nuclear power, WSJ reports
U.S. utilities are facing something they never expected: some natural-gas-fired power plants cost less to operate than nuclear units. That's leading some companies to consider shuttering their nuclear facilities, reports the Wall Street Journal. Among the nuclear plants regarded as vulnerable by UBS (UBS) Investment Research are Exelon Corp.'s (EXC) Clinton plant in Illinois and its Ginna plant in New York, as well as Entergy Corp.'s (ETR) Vermont Yankee and FitzPatrick plants in Vermont and New York. Plants facing costly repairs include Edison International's (EIX) San Onofre plant in Southern California and Duke Energy's (DUK ) Crystal River plant in Florida, both now idled. Reference Link
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September 30, 2014
16:16 EDTEXCDynegy, Exelon, NRG Energy upgraded at ISI Group
ISI Group said capacity market improvements could overcome gas basis concerns for the independent power producers it covers. The firm raised its ratings on Dynegy (DYN) and Exelon (EXC) to Buy, upped its rating on NRG Energy (NRG) to Strong Buy and reiterated its Buy rating on PPL Corp. (PPL). ISI kept a $34 price target on Dynegy, kept a $36 target on PPL Corp., raised its price target Exelon to $39 from $33 and hiked its target NRG to $40 from $34.
16:07 EDTEXCExelon upgraded to Buy from Hold at ISI Group
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September 29, 2014
12:18 EDTEXCExelon orders GE's H-class gas turbines in deal valued at over $500M
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11:03 EDTEXCExelon Generation to build two new CCGT units in Texas
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September 26, 2014
09:36 EDTDUKDuke Energy management to meet with JPMorgan
Meetings to be held in Boston on September -October 1 hosted by JPMorgan.
06:51 EDTEIXEdison International management to meet with Deutsche Bank
Meeting to be held in Boston on September 26 hosted by Deutsche Bank.
September 24, 2014
11:14 EDTEIXEdison International unit signs amended settlement agreement
Edison International's subsidiary, Southern California Edison, San Diego Gas & Electric, The Utility Reform Network, the California Public Utilities Commission Office of Ratepayer Advocates, Friends of the Earth and the Coalition of California Utility Employees signed an amended Settlement Agreement in the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station Units 2 and 3 Order Instituting Investigation proceeding. The Amended Settlement Agreement reflects changes requested by the Assigned Commissioner and Administrative Judgesí Ruling that was issued on September 5. The changes adjust the customer/ratepayer portion of third party recoveries, address increased emissions, and increase oversight of revised rate calculations by the CPUC, among other matters. Provisions were added to the Amended Settlement Agreement regarding the funding of a Research, Development and Demonstration program at the University of California that is intended to develop technologies and methodologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, particularly at existing and future California power generating plants that will be replacing the power generated by the San Onofre plant that would total approximately $4M per year for five years for SCE's share.
September 23, 2014
11:07 EDTEXCPepco Holdings stockholders vote to merge with Exelon
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09:13 EDTDUKHelioSage Energy sells 40MW solar PV project to Duke Energy First Solar
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08:09 EDTDUKDuke-American, Dresser-Rand propose $8B energy initiative
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September 22, 2014
09:06 EDTDUKDuke Energy plans to construct and own solar facilities up to 128MW of capacity
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06:17 EDTEIXEdison unit, others file joint response to ACR ruling
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September 18, 2014
12:12 EDTEXCComEd to refund customers $46.2M, stemming from settlement of legal cases
ComEd, a unit of Exelon, announced that it will refund customers $46.2M. The refunds stem from settlement of long-pending legal cases brought by the Illinois Attorney Generalís Office, Citizens Utility Board and the Illinois Industrial Energy Consumers on issues related to depreciation costs in ComEdís 2007 rate case filing and from costs in the companyís smart meter pilot project in 2009. Average refunds for residential customers will total approximately $8 and will appear as a credit on November bills.
September 17, 2014
13:01 EDTEXCPepco Holdings to host special shareholder meeting
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07:36 EDTEXC, ETR, DUKWolfe Research to hold a conference
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