Hurricane Irma Cuts Power to Millions of Customers

Hurricane Irma Cuts Power to Millions of Customers

Hurricane Irma battered Florida over the weekend with heavy rain, storm surges, extreme wind, and possibly even tornadoes. As of 7 pm Eastern Time on Sunday, more than 3.2 million customers in the state were without power, Edison Electric Institute president Tom Kuhn said in … Read more…

Hurricane Harvey Update: 184,000 Customers Lack Power

Hurricane Harvey Update: 184,000 Customers Lack Power

At 6 pm Eastern Time on Thursday, around 184,000 customers were still without power in Texas and Louisiana, the Edison Electric Institute reported. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the association representing all US investor-owned utilities says that progress is being made to restore power. … Read more…

At EEI, Moeller to Run Retail Energy Services, Regulatory Outreach, More

The Edison Electric Institute (EEI) – a District of Columbia-based group that advocates on behalf of America’s investor-owned utilities – announced on January 6 that Philip D. Moeller would join the organization on February 1 as senior vice president of Energy Delivery and Chief Customer … Read more…

On-Site Solar Could Spawn Tax Consequences

On-Site Solar Could Spawn Tax Consequences

Utilities across the country are lobbying for Value of Solar Tariffs (VOSTs), which might trigger a requirement for solar owners to pay taxes on the income from selling their excess solar power to the local utility, according to The Alliance for Solar Choice (TASC). When … Read more…

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