New natural gas plant is good for the state

The Connecticut Siting Council made the right call in approving the Killingly Energy Center. As the state’s independent regulatory authority with jurisdiction over siting energy and telecommunications proposals, the siting council is charged with balancing the need for adequate and reliable public utility services at the lowest reasonable cost with the responsibility of protecting the environment and ecology of the state. Read More

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Jonathan Darabos
NTE Energy is a reliable community partner

“NTE Energy came to Middletown, Ohio, in 2015 — and our community is a better place today because of it. As NTE promised, our residents and businesses have a reliable source of clean energy – and we’ve gained an active partner in improving life here. NTE worked with Atrium Medical Center Foundation to complete our $1 million-plus campus walking trail — a great asset to our community’s health and wellness — and encouraged the partners developing the plant to join the effort.”

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NTE Energy marks 10th anniversary

“NTE Energy marked its 10th anniversary April 22 with a celebratory dinner and the debut of a new logo. Held at The Treasury on the Plaza in St. Augustine, the celebration featured cocktails, dinner, entertainment and the presentation of the new logo as the company expands its presence and impact as an independent power producer.”

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Kings Mountain utility customers will see electric rate reduction

At the March 26 regular council meeting, City Council approved an average 10.8% rate reduction for all of their 4,929 electric customers. Mayor Scott Neisler stated, “This is another historic event for our customers. In today’s economy, it is very rare to hear of any type of utility rate reductions. What a great way to improve our citizens’ quality of life.”  Read more here.

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NTE Energy grabs an opportunity to supply power to N.C. cities

Duke Energy Corp.’s grip on North Carolina’s power sector has tightened over the last decade through its acquisition of Piedmont Natural Gas Co. and limited competition for wholesale power. But Florida-based NTE Energy sees an opportunity to grab a sliver of the market — and potentially more — by investing billions to offer lower-priced electricity to Tar Heel cities, electric co-ops and universities that manage their own distribution networks.

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Jonathan Darabos