Energy Archive

Is Yours A Green Business? You’ll Probably Like intoECO

A new, locally grown organization that intends to promote networking among

Lower Pottsgrove Power Provider Shutting Coal Plants

The market price for electrical power is too low, and the

Limerick Nuclear Opens Doors To Community May 16

Its annual community information night is a chance to tour portions

Exelon Seeks To Renew Moser Road Operating Permit

Exelon Corp. is asking the state Department of Environmental Protection to

State AARP Objects To New Electricity Rate Ruling

The Pennsylvania chapter of AARP lodged objections Friday to changes in

No Fuel At Sanatoga Turkey Hill Market Through Feb. 18

The convenience store on East High Street at the Sanatoga interchange

Independence Propane Picks Up Where Shaner Left Off

Independence Propane, a company based in Green Lane PA, will operate

Met-Ed Now Investing $16 Million In New Service Vehicles

The electric utility that serves a portion of Pennsylvania is replacing

Turbine Blade Tests Take Limerick Nuclear Unit Off-Line

Exelon Nuclear said the low-pressure turbine blade inspections and tests could

State Grants Help Encourage Business Energy Efficiency

A just-announced state program makes money available to small business owners

‘No Landfills,’ Pottsgrove Promises, For Its Waste Disposal

The Pottsgrove School District has signed a contract with a Souderton

FirstEnergy Becomes National Soap Box Derby Sponsor

The utility company that owns Met-Ed, which provides electric service to

Power Grid Organization Elects New Board Member

She succeeds a retiree who previously served the King of Prussia

After Japan Disaster, Officials Claim LGS Better Prepared

Now approaching the one-year anniversary of an earthquake, tsunami and nuclear

NRC Asks Exelon To Say How It Will Cover Shortfall

Decommissioning its Limerick Unit 1 nuclear power plant will cost Exelon