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Federal Register Highlights - 4/22/15

Unpublished, time-sensitive and proposed rules for April 22, 2015:

PROPOSED RULE: This proposed rule would implement a recommendation from the Cranberry Marketing Committee (Committee) to revise the determination of sales history provisions currently prescribed under the cranberry marketing order (order). 459 more words

Agricultural Marketing Service

Is it Really a Good Idea to put one Gas Pipeline near an Old Nuclear Power Plant and another Next to a Major Art Museum?

by AllGov.com

Two New York pipelines, one near a nuclear plant, the other terminating in the basement of a museum, have caused concern about the possibility of an accident. 45 more words

Press

Commissioner Bay, on being named Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission by President Barack Obama

“I thank President Obama for this opportunity to be the Chairman of FERC,” Chairman Bay said.

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Legislative Issues

Doing the Unthinkable: Giant Gas Pipeline to Flank a New York Nuclear Power Plant

By Ellen Cantarow, Truthout

A very large gas pipeline will soon skirt the Indian Point Energy Center (IPEC), an aging nuclear power plant that stands in the town of Cortlandt in Westchester County, New York, 30 miles north of Manhattan. 91 more words

Press

ComEd Reduces Delivery Rates and Saves Millions for Illinois Customers

When you look at your electricity bill statement, most of us want to either cringe or jump up for joy if we’ve either gone under or over our monthly bill. 768 more words

Business

ComEd Reduces Delivery Rates and Saves Millions for Illinois Customers

Starting in January 2016, ComEd’s residential customers will save on their monthly bills thanks to company’s smart grid program.

When you look at your electricity bill statement, most of us want to either cringe or jump up for joy if we’ve either gone under or over our monthly bill. 768 more words

News

The State Electricity Revolt

Health care, Wall Street, the Internet—by the time President Obama leaves office, there may not be much of the economy left for his successor to take over. 488 more words

Politics