Great American Power LLC agreed to the settlement with the PUC, which stemmed from incidents that occurred in 2012-2013 by an outside telemarketing firm.
Peco agreed to pay a fine and to improve its safety practices to settle a PUC complaint stemming from an explosion at Rosemont College, which injured two construction workers.
Natural gas is fast becoming the dominant source of the region’s electricity, but energy experts on Wednesday cast doubt on whether it was smart to become too reliant upon a single fuel source.
The motion for a stay asserts that the Pinelands Commission’s Feb. 24 approval of the project violated its own comprehensive management plan, or charter.
A Nuclear Regulatory Commission inspection found a problem with one of the plant’s electromatic relief valves, which are used to depressurize the reactor during a pipe break.
The plunge in oil prices has triggered a series of lawsuits over who will take the hit for millions of dollars lost on soured deals to bring light sweet crude to the Delta Air Lines refinery in Trainer.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The CEO of the nation's biggest public utility said Tuesday that the agency isn't going to reopen coal-fired power plants under President Donald Trump, who has promised a comeback for the downtrodden coal industry.
If the roadways near Pottstown in western Montgomery County seem a little more congested this week, there’s a reason: Exelon’s Limerick Unit 2 reactor began its biennial refueling outage late Sunday, a month-long event requiring the influx of about 2,000 workers.
Scott Pruitt, the new administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, chose a Western Pennsylvania coal mine to start his “Back-to-Basics”...
The commission has scheduled four May public hearings in Philadelphia on the city-owned gas utility's request to boost bills by 11.3 percent.
The retail energy supplier will donate $50 to one of four charities chosen by the customer.
The natural gas industry opposes a nuclear bailout, and is mobilizing for battle.
The pipeline company called environmental-impact statement approval “the last major federal regulatory hurdle.” Activists opposed to the shale-gas project vowed to fight on.
The study would examine all aspects of so-called "universal services" programs, including the effect on other customers who pay for the low-income subsidies.
The settlement is less than one-tenth of the penalty that two administrative law judges recommended.