Thursday, July 12, 2012

Energy News Digest for July 12, 2012 - the “Hot Shots” Edition

Heavy Schedule this morning: here’s something to wet your beak today.

Electric Rates Not Falling Along with Fuel Costs (Associated Press)

Idaho Power Says Adding More Wind to Its System Will Cost More Money That Someone Has To Pay (Idaho Statesman, Boise)

Total Northwest hydropower output down modestly on month, year (SNL Financial)

Phone Scammers Targeting Electricity Customers in Grant, Douglas, And Chelan Counties (KHQ-TV, Spokane, WA)

Crews Chip Away on White Salmon River’s Condit Dam - Dismantling of dam moves toward target of Aug. 31 (Vancouver Columbian, WA)

Maryland Pepco, BGE Customers Will See Bill for 24 Hours of Lost Storm Income in Form of Bill Stabilization Adjustment (WUSA-TV, Washington, D-C)