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Not All Heroes Wear Capes

After a tornado ran through New Orleans East communities on Feb. 7, 69-year-old Darlene Dalferes went to scope out the damage in her neighborhood. Dalferes visited elderly neighbor, Pamela Jones home at 2 p.m. 360 more words

2,766 still without power in NO East

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – More than 2,700 Entergy customers remain without power in New Orleans East as crews work on restoring power to the areas that were hardest hit by Tuesday’s… 272 more words

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-- Massachusetts: Seawater leak forces 72% power reduction at Pilgrim; NRC said plant has "poor maintenance, poor engineering practices, and equipment reliability problems"

By Michael P. Norton STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
February 7, 2017

A seawater leak at Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station has prompted plant operators to sharply reduce energy output there. 289 more words

Cook Plant in a ‘strong financial position’

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BRIDGMAN — A lot of questions linger with news the Palisades nuclear power plant is planning to close in 2018. 513 more words

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Energy News for week ending February 3, 2017

Good afternoon. It’s Super Bowl Weekend! With that in mind let’s start off with a fun infographic from Penn Energy that describes what it would take for certain types of renewable energy to power a 60 inch plasma for the duration of the game. 846 more words

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Energy News for week ending January 20, 2017

It’s Friday so it’s time for the weekly energy news. Eversource filed a rate case this week calling for price hikes that the Berkshire Eagle… 540 more words

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Opponents of new power plant in New Orleans East speak out at City Hall

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — Opponents of a proposed power plant in New Orleans East spoke out against the Entergy project again Thursday, this time voicing their opposition to a New Orleans City Council committee. 294 more words

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