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October 6 Energy News



¶ “A trio of storms could mean grid modernization in hard-hit areas” • Harvey, Irma and Maria struck Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, respectively, with varying degrees of severity. Puerto Rico was especially hard hit, with 80% of transmission lines down. But in each location, there are opportunities to consider new ways to move forward. [Utility Dive]

Hurricane damage (Getty Images)

¶ “Rick Perry’s new coal subsidy could wreck America’s power markets” • The US DOE has set a new record for gall in the old practice of taxing the common good for private interests. In a fairly stunning move, it would impose a new tax on electricity consumers to support coal. It could roil America’s power markets for years to come. [The Hill]


¶ The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis has released a report documenting the gathering momentum of the disruption…

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