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New Administration, Rising Costs and Utilities

Deloitte recently issued an outlook report for power and utilities. With the new administration, as well as continued rising costs, it looks like the industry will continue to be in a state of transformation. 139 more words

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New Software Company Helps Utilities Avoid Multi-Million Dollar Fines and Felony Convictions

AyaWorks is a provider of innovative pipeline compliance management solutions and services for oil and gas and utility companies that can help companies avoid fines and penalties, like the one just imposed on PG&E. 173 more words

Status of power sale from the FMPA's point of view

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In addressing the Vero Beach City Council earlier this week, Florida Municipal Power Agency General Manager Jacob Williams explained the FMPA’s position on the City’s proposed sale to Florida Power & Light.   877 more words

Vero Beach

Credit referencing - why my clean score goes against me

My parents didn’t give me a great deal of financial advice when I was younger and there really is a LOT they should have told me but hey ho. 919 more words

General

ImageX Pro ~ Best Graphics Creator Software

If you do anything with graphics, then ImageX Pro could be the best graphics creator software you’ve ever seen. It’s a brand new graphics program that lets even complete newbie’s with absolutely no experience in graphics, to create stunning, professional quality graphics in a matter of seconds. 267 more words

Utilities

Alberta NDP reacts to reports of people breaking door-to-door utility sales ban

Alberta’s services minister says the government is investigating reports of people breaching a provincial ban on door-to-door energy sales, misrepresenting themselves to get into residents’ homes. 781 more words

Politics

Water main break floods Norfolk neighborhood

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — A water main break in Norfolk resulted in flood waters for one neighborhood Tuesday.

Harry Kenyon with Norfolk Public Utilities says crews were called for the break around 7:30 a.m. 93 more words

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