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The #PowerTweets feature tracks trends in power project finance and M&A in the Americas on Twitter.
Mexico continues to roll forward with its landmark energy reforms this week, as the Senate passed a set of provisions that would essentially create a competitive wholesale power market in the country.
In this week’s round-up: The M&A landscape changed on a dime this week when AES Corp. decided to keep its 2.8 GW of gas- and coal-fired generation in Ohio.
Solar developers are recruiting wooly mammals to keep landscaping in check at their projects in the western U.S.
Renewable development shops backed by Europe-based parents raked in the financing this week.
The #Power Tweets feature tracks trends in power project finance and M&A in the Americas on Twitter.
What do your laundry detergent, afternoon snacks, antacid medication and Elizabeth Taylor have in common?
The City of Palo Alto Utilities in Palo Alto, Calif., has issued a request for proposals as it looks to establish a community solar program that allows utility customers to invest directly in solar generation.
The summer is looking bright for Cape Wind Associates.
Owls and power lines are a bad combination.
Watch a video of managing editor, Sara Rosner, explain the new features of the Power Intelligence website. more
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