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NextEra’s Bid for Texas Transmission Assets Makes Perfect Sense

NextEra Energy may be better known for building out renewable energy assets across the nation. But it has now taken a stab at owning the transmission of Texas Transmission Holdings Corp. The deal, valued at $2.4 billion, would also include a 20% ownership of Oncor Electric Delivery Co. that is … Read more »

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US Power Sector CO2 Emissions ‘Almost Down to 1990 Levels,’ Report Says

The largest electric producers in the US continue to reduce emissions of key air pollutants, according to an annual analysis of power plant emissions.

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World’s Largest Companies Decoupling Emissions, Business Growth

Greenhouse gas emissions data from the world’s 500 largest companies shows that for the first time, the Global 500 are beginning to grow their businesses and manage their emissions at a rate that follows the global scientific consensus on the risks of climate change, according to a Thomson Reuters report. … Read more »

Still No Deal Between Hawaii Utility and Florida’s NextEra. Local Pressure Mounts

Still No Deal Between Hawaii Utility and Florida’s NextEra. Local Pressure Mounts

Hawaiian regulators have not yet given their approval to the proposed utility merger there between Hawaiian Electric Utilities and NextEra Energy. But the two entities may still talking as if the deal could go through.

Energy Users Could Pay for NOx Rules

Energy Users Could Pay for NOx Rules

A major Florida utility is exploring how to pass the cost of EPA nitrogen oxide regulations on to its customers, the Miami Herald reports. To comply with air quality guidelines issued in 2010, Florida Power & Light – a subsidiary of NextEra Energy – decided to replace all 48 of … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: RGGI Emissions Limits, Pesticide Ban

Preliminary findings of a federal study into fracking show no evidence that chemicals from a western Pennsylvania drilling operation contaminated drinking water aquifers. The AP describes this as the first independent study into whether the chemicals from normal drilling operations pose a threat to people. Federal judge Carl Barbier dismissed … Read more »