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PaPUC Approves PPL Smart Meter Plan

Today, September 3, 2015, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) approved the Smart Meter Technology Procurement and Installation Plan submitted by PPL Electric Utilities Corporation (PPL). 285 more words

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NextEra, Hawaiian Electric outline new merger details with expanded community benefits

NextEra Energy is defending its plans to acquire Hawaiian Electric Industries.

On Monday, the companies filed testimony with the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) providing additional details on their merger plans, including a comprehensive package of 85 commitments, of which more than 50 are new, that would accelerate the achievement of Hawaii’s goal of an affordable, 100-percent renewable energy future by 2045. 1,212 more words

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Make the Most Out of Your PUC Dorm Experience

Moving into a residence hall for the first time is an adventure. If you’ve never lived in a dorm, it can be a little overwhelming at first. 568 more words

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Learn About PUC's International Requirements

There’s a lot to keep track of when applying to a college, and the process can be even more confusing if you’re an international student. We talked with Mr. 483 more words

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PJM and Gas Pipelines Coordinate to Fuel Electric Power Plants

PJM Interconnection and several large interstate natural gas pipelines that provide fuel for electric generators in the PJM footprint, which includes Pennsylvania, have signed a… 399 more words

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The Logic Pros: How-to connect MIDI controllers wirelessly over Bluetooth to iOS or Mac w/ puc+

In this week’s episode of The Logic Pros, it’s the beginning of hardware month. As previously mentioned, we will be looking at a number of interesting hardware add-ons, instruments, controllers and more for Mac and iOS setups, starting with the puc+: 1,059 more words

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Denver Warns Tow Trucks: Drop The Overcharging

DENVER (CBS4)– On the heels of a CBS4 Investigation that found some Denver tow companies routinely overcharging drivers for “drop fees,” the Denver City Attorney has sent a letter to 110 tow companies warning them that if they continue to break the law by overcharging, they face possible jail time and hefty fines. 398 more words

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