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Posted by Barry Benjamin at 9:59 AM
FirstEnergy Asks for $5 Billion to Stay in Ohio: Akron, Ohio-based FirstEnergy made its latest proposal (Case No. 14-1297-EL-SSO) on August 29 to the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO), continuing a two-year effort to shift the financial risks of operating two of its generating plants away from the company’s subsidiaries – Ohio Edison, Cleveland Electric Illuminating, and Toledo Edison – and to their 2.2 million ratepayers in the Buckeye State
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Posted by Barry Benjamin at 2:48 PM
Nuclear Giant Exelon Wants to Invest in Wind Energy in Ohio: Exelon Corp is installing wind at a rapid pace, with 47 projects in 10 states -- a total of 1,191 megawatts. It's the 12th largest wind producer in the country, reports the Columbus Business Journal. Nearly 4 percent of its electricity portfolio comes from wind generation, it adds, noting that nuclear makes up two-thirds of it.
Posted by Barry Benjamin at 2:43 PM
The Energy Efficiency Sector Should Take a Bow: Energy managers, facilities managers and everyone else in the sector should take a moment to congratulate themselves. A number of recently released studies and surveys show that investment in energy efficiency in general -- and commercial buildings in particular -- is growing steadily.
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What Exactly Is the Spring Equinox?: The equinox occurs twice a year. The vernal equinox happens around March 21, when the sun moves north across the celestial equator. The autumnal equinox occurs around September 22nd or 23rd, when the sun crosses the celestial equator going south. The word equinox comes from Latin and means “equality of night and day.” Contrary to popular belief, the equinox does not last for 24 hours. It occurs at two specific moments in time when the sun is exactly above the equator. If you want to be truly egalitarian, opt for saying March equinox and September equinox. These terms avoid the Northern Hemisphere bias that March is in the spring and September is in the autumn. The equinox is often confused with the solstice, which is either of the two times a year when the sun is at its greatest distance from the celestial equator. The solstice occurs around June 21 and December 22. Solstice derives from the Latin solstitium, which literally means “the standing still of the sun.” The equinox has
Saturday, June 25, 2016
Posted by Barry Benjamin at 8:31 AM
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