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7X Energy Offers C&I Customers a Solar Block-and-Index Power Purchasing Strategy

7X Energy, a utility-scale solar developer based in Austin, Texas, announced the availability on April 27 of a new product, SolarBlocks, designed for corporate energy buyers in markets with retail choice.

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Duke Proposes to Cut Payments to NC Customer Operators by 36%

If North Carolina state regulators accept Duke Energy’s proposal (Docket E-100 Sub 148) to cut the price it pays for power from independent producers, a typical 5-MW solar array built in 2017 would make about $230,000 less a year than one built in 2016, according to an April 19 report by the Triad Business Journal.

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Frontier Utilities Offers Instant Get-a-Quote Service for Commercial Customers

Texas competitive energy retailer Frontier Utilities announced on April 10 that it is offering commercial customers an instant quote and easy online self-enrollment system through its proprietary Get-a-Quote service, available immediately.

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Special Utility Rate Enables Facebook to Locate 100% Wind-Powered Data Center in Nebraska

At a press conference on April 4, Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts (R) joined officials of Papillion, Nebraska – a city of 20,000 people located just outside Omaha, in Sarpy County – to announce that Facebook will build a data center there on a 144-acre site. The new data center will be 100 percent powered by wind energy – and according to a report by Data Center Knowledge, Facebook said it could not have taken on the Nebraska project without a new renewable energy tariff program designed with the help of the Omaha Public Power District.

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EPSA Files Injunction to Stop Exelon from Slapping Illinois Ratepayers With $2.3 Billion Nuclear Bailout

The Electric Power Supply Association and several electricity generators – Dynegy, Eastern Generation, NRG, and Calpine – filed with the U.S. District Court 9 (Case No. 17-cv-01164 ) on March 31 for a preliminary injunction “to halt the multibillion-dollar illegal subsidy” for Exelon’s Illinois-based nuclear plants on the grounds that it is unconstitutional while raising electric bills for consumers.

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