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A report released Friday by the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows the capacity of solar installations grew by more than 32 percent nationwide last year.
The service expanded in December to analyze properties in the Raleigh area, as well as 15 other metro areas in Arizona, Nevada, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and Colorado.
NRG President and CEO David Crane bemoaned the “unabated selloff in our stock” earlier in November.
The new business unit is heavily focused on wind power and turbine manufacturing.
The Charlotte, North Carolina, companies are key partners in the $5 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline that will be the first major natural gas pipeline to serve the eastern part of the state.
The sticking point is that under the Texas electric deregulation law, transmission and distribution utilities cannot own generation assets.
The ERCOT Board of Directors selected Bill Magness on Tuesday as its next president and CEO.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, which runs the state’s electric grid, said the preliminary estimate for power demand during that hour was the highest it has ever recorded.
NRG’s stock briefly dipped below $20 a share Tuesday for the first time since 2012 but jumped back up in the afternoon.
Texas grid operator asks consumers to limit electricity use after record-breaking demand on Wednesday
Parts of the country, including Texas, were sweltering under a heat wave on Wednesday, with about 35 million people subject to heat advisories.