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Utility regulators in Wyoming and Iowa recently issued decisions tied to wind power expansion plans by utilities in those states.
A proposal under which the city of Lockwood, Mo., would have sold its electric system to the Empire District Electric Company for $700,000 was recently rejected.
The proposal, which was considered by city voters on an April 3 ballot, also called for granting Empire District a franchise to provide electric service to Lockwood.
Driven by its commitment to the community and the environment, today CPS Energy announced the purchase of 34 XLP Plug-In Hybrid Electric Ford F-150 pickup trucks – the largest purchase of Plug-In F-150s of any utility or private company to date and the 1st in Texas to use the vehicles.
The Missouri Public Service Commission recently laid out a path for considering possible changes to how the state handles distributed energy resources, or DERs, such as rooftop solar, energy storage and energy efficiency.
Lawmakers, industry, and government entities, including the Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), this week released a string of measures responding to mounting cybersecirity attacks by state-sponsored actors.