Within days of its decision earlier this month to drop a preliminary proposal for a coastal liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal in northern California, a Calpine Corp. official indicated the company continues to talk with all of the major LNG proponents in North America.
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California’s regulatory process for adding merchant power plantsand repowering existing merchant sites is likely to get morecomplicated and time-consuming, based on discussions at a Jan. 25one-day energy roundtable on market and infrastructure issuessponsored by the California Public Utilities Commission in SanDiego.
Energy services company Avista Advantage signed contracts with36 Musicland and 59 Busy Body Home Fitness sites throughout theUnited States. The company now serves 3,500 customers in 48 states.Both Musicland and Busy Body Home Fitness are members of RETEX, aretail technology buying consortium. Avista Advantage is RETEX’spreferred provider of energy services. RETEX represents about 1,600member retail companies.