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We're grateful for the coverage EnergyChoiceMatters.com put out yesterday about the staff-suggested changes to proposed Delaware rules that the Retail Energy Suppliers Association and the Division of Public Advocate (DPA) worked out earlier this year. We think are these changes in the proposed rules are market...

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="314" class="zemanta-img"] (Photo credit: Wikipedia)[/caption] The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) recently authorized Apple to sell electricity in wholesale markets by approving the company’s request for “market-based rate authority.” FERC’s approval means that Apple will be able to sell excess power generated at...

We’re new members of The Virginia Renewable Energy Alliance, which means we’re allied with the brightest renewable energy experts in Virginia, many of whom we’ve known for years. From the utility industry to developers, from engineers to associations and educational institutions, VA-REA offers tremendous opportunities...

On July 1, 2016, a 2-1 majority of the SCC rejected a legal challenge to SB 1349, the so-called “electric rate freeze law,” which prevents the Commission from reducing the base rates of Dominion Virginia Power (“Dominion”) and Appalachian Power Company (“APCo”) until 2023 and...

Commission Sets date for hearing on reasonableness of new renewable energy tariff proposal On April 28, 2016, Appalachian Power Company filed an application with the Virginia State Corporation Commission asking for approval of a voluntary tariff that the Company says would allow customers to purchase “electric energy...