Education & Workforce

LMCT Donates to CEWD Troops to Energy Jobs Program

A donation was made to the Center for Energy Workforce Development's job program that supports veterans make the transition to a career in the energy industry.

Spire Exec Defends Email Warning of Possible Gas Outages

An email send to Spire customers warning of possible natural gas outages causes concern.

ISCO Unveils Massive Expansion in Louisville

ISCO Industries is expanding the company's Riverport plant in Louisville, Kentucky.

Maine Residents Brace for Power Rate Hikes over 60%

Maine residents will likely see an increase in electricity rates in the coming months.

LA Utility Worker is Electrocuted in Underground Vault

An LA utility worker was electrocuted while working in an underground vault.

Power Outages Remain, More Rain in Forecast After Nor'easter

Many are without power after a Nor'easter blew through Massachusetts.

Utility Aims for Earlier Shutdown of Lake Michigan Power Plant

Northern Indiana Public Service Co. plans to retire its coal-fired power plant sooner than planned.

Xcel Energy Requests Electric Rate Hike of About 20%

Xcel Energy requested a rate hike of about 20% for the next three years.

Call for Proposals for the 2022 CGA Conference & Expo Now Open

CGA invites leaders to share their damage prevention success stories and set the agenda for the next decade of damage prevention in Anaheim, Calif., in April 2022.

Natural Gas Customers Will Save Money and Lower Their Carbon Footprint Compared to Other Forms of Energy

The AGA says natural gas customers will save money this winter and lower their carbon footprint compared to other types of energy.

Critics Question Utility’s Bitcoin-Mining Data Center

Ameren is under criticism for its cryptocurrency data mining center in Missouri.

Utility Working to Restore Natural Gas to Customers in Keene

Liberty Utilities was working to restore natural gas service to several customers in New Hampshire.

New CGA Report Documents Pathways to Improving the Efficiency of the U.S. Damage Prevention System

A new report from Common Ground Alliance encourages innovation and new practices to address challenges facing the damage prevention industry.

Maine Supreme Court Backs Utility Disconnection Notices

Maine's Supreme Court backed the decision to send disconnection notices to customers of Central Maine Power.

Tentative Settlement Reached in Dominion Rate Review

A tentative settlement has been reached for a rate case in Virginia.

Nicor Gas Announces Northern Illinois Community Initiatives

Nicor Gas Announces Northern Illinois Community Initiatives

David Flanagan, Longtime Central Maine Power Executive, Dies

David Flanagan, a former leader of Central Maine Power has died.

$4.5B Clean Energy Complex Planned for Southeast Louisiana

An industrial gas supplier announced plans to build a $4.5 billion clean energy facility in Louisiana.

Consumers Energy Breaks Ground on a New Natural Gas Training Facility

Consumers Energy broke ground on a new natural gas training facility in Flint, Michigan.

Pattern Energy Begins Operations at Phoenix Solar Power Facility in Texas

A new solar power facility will begin operations to produce clean power for over 20,000 homes in Fannin County, Texas.

Ameren Announces New Leadership

Ameren has announced a new executive chairman and CEO.

New Mexico Governor Thanks Oil and Gas, Cheers Hydrogen Plan

The governor of New Mexico shows support for the transition from natural gas to hydrogen in the state.

Piedmont Natural Gas Prepares Customers for Higher Winter Bills

Piedmont Natural Gas reminds customers of tips and programs to help prepare for high winter bills.

Settlement Reached for Eversource Isais Response

A settlement was reached between Connecticut officials and Eversource over the utility's response to Tropical Storm Isaias.

NIPSCO Seeks 17% Rate Hike for its Natural Gas Customers

An Indiana utility has proposed a rate hike for its natural gas customers.

SoCalGas Tests Hydrogen Blending in Real-World Infrastructure and Appliances

Southern California Gas Co. announced that the company is blending hydrogen to fuel a household system and appliances.

A Federal Utility’s Workers Have Until Nov. 22 for COVID Shots

Tennessee Valley Authority is requiring its workers to be fully vaccinated.

Utility Regulators to Look into CMP Management Structure

Utility regulators in Maine are assessing Central Maine Power's management structure following an audit from an independent company.

Top Utility Regulator Tasked with Overseeing PG&E Resigns

A top California utility regulator has resigned from her position at the California Public Utilities Commission.

Ohio Lawmakers Line Up to Repeal Subsidy for Coal Plants

Some Ohio lawmakers want to end subsidies for two unprofitable coal plants that have cost electric customers millions of dollars.