Appalachian Power

Kanawha County Asks PSC For New Public Hearing On Appalachian Power Request

Kanawha County commissioners have opposed Appalachian Power’s request to recover $297 million from ratepayers since it was first filed nearly a year ago.

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During Christmas Freeze, Coal Units Were Offline At 2 Plants, Data Show

A large portion of West Virginia’s coal-fired electricity generation was not available to meet the demand as temperatures plummeted ahead of Christmas Eve.

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PSC Denies Appalachian Power's $297 Million Rate Request

The PSC is currently conducting a review to determine if the $297 million in extra costs were prudently incurred. Until then, the commission said in its ruling Friday that it will approve no further increases.

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Report: Renewables Now Cheaper Than Coal Plants In West Virginia

According to Energy Innovation Policy & Technology, every coal plant that’s currently in operation in West Virginia could be replaced with wind and solar at a lower cost.

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