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  1. Utility Company: Power outages continue in western Kansas after ice storm

      DODGE CITY, Kan. (AP) — Several thousand people in the Dodge City area are still without power after an ice storm coated the region during the weekend. The Victory Electric Cooperative out of Dodge City reported at least 5,000 homes were without power by Monday afternoon and it could take several days to restore all power. The conditions caused most schools around Dodge City and Dodge City Community College to call off classes for Tuesday. Victory officials said in a news release the utility is bringing in more crews to help restore services. Victory serves customers in Ford and Gray counties and parts of seven other counties. A shelter was opened Monday at the Dodge City Community College. Other utilities and electric cooperatives reported scattered outages Monday in western and south-central and central Kansas.

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    Wed, 18 Jan 2017

  2. Coal Ash From Chesapeake Reported Vulnerable

    3.3 million tons of ash are stored in pits, two-third of which are unlined, at the site of Chesapeake Energy Center, which was closed by Dominion Virginia Power in 2014 after over 60 years of operations.

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    Mon, 16 Jan 2017

  3. PRX Proximity Voltage Detectors

    HD Electric offers the PRX Proximity Voltage Detectors, which come in three versatile, lightweight and weather resistant models that allow linemen to safely and accurately verify the presence of voltage without contacting the conductor.

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    Mon, 9 Jan 2017

  4. Utility Company: Vermont utility to delay planned outage until after storm

    Vermont's largest electric utility is going to delay a planned maintenance outage in eastern Chittenden County until after the storm that's expected to hit the region.

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    Fri, 30 Dec 2016

  1. Better reliability, environmental improvements benefit Dominion customers

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    Sat, 7 Jan 2017

  2. Brush Cutter Tractor for Expanded Applications

    Line maintenance: Jarraff Industries’ Geo-Boy Brush Cutter Tractor has been a mainstay for maintaining a wide range of transportation and utility right of ways (ROW), but the unit’s inherent capabilities have helped it become effective in a variety of other applications.

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    Mon, 9 Jan 2017

  3. Engineering the future of the Tyra field starts January 2017

    Despite more than DKK 1 billion (140 million USD) spend on reinforcing the Tyra structures over the past 15 years, the facilities cannot safely continue production due to new knowledge on storm wave impact.

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    Wed, 4 Jan 2017

  4. Carbon Emissions: States face off over future of Obama global warming plan

    Two weeks after officials in two dozen states asked Republican President-elect Donald Trump to kill one of Democratic President Barack Obama's signature plans to curb global warming, another group of state officials is urging Trump to save it.

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    Sat, 31 Dec 2016

  5. US House Energy and Commerce leaders ask GAO to examine SPR

    US House Energy and Commerce Committee leaders asked the Government Accountability Office to investigate whether the US Strategic Petroleum Reserve is being managed effectively and if the US should continue its participation in the International Energy Agency.

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    Wed, 28 Dec 2016

  6. PECO finishes 1,200 transmission and distribution system upgrades

    PECO completed nearly 1,200 projects to enhance natural gas and electric service for customers during the third quarter of 2016 

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    Wed, 28 Dec 2016

  7. Storm Impact Analytics for Utilities

    In recent years, increasingly volatile and extreme weather events have significantly impacted the operations and bottom lines of many utilities. Contributing to the problem are obsolete grid assets and a lack of automation, both of which can make it difficult to predict and prepare for the impact ...

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    Mon, 5 Dec 2016

  8. Oregon grapples with aftermath of winter storm

    With no competition from cars, kids were having fun on hilly, snow-slickened streets

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    Fri, 16 Dec 2016

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