Appalachian Power

State Coal Plants Meet A New EPA Standard, Except For One

The EPA proposes a revision to its Mercury and Air Toxics Standards to lower emissions of nickel, arsenic and lead from coal-burning power plants.

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Tiny Homes, The Water Crisis And The State Of The State, This West Virginia Week

On this West Virginia Week, we began with interim meetings of the West Virginia Legislature and then the 2024 regular session kicked off on Wednesday along with Gov. Jim Justice's final State of the State Address. 

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PSC Decision May Help Appalachian Power Parent Save On Taxes

American Electric Power reported Thursday to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that it will record a pretax charge of $222 million for the third quarter of 2023.

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Appalachian Power Could Take Legal Action Against PSC, Chief Says

In a decision Tuesday, the PSC denied the recovery of $232 million of the $553 million the company sought from electricity customers to account for higher fuel and purchased power costs from 2021 to last year.

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