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  • "I was pointing to the need to gain public understanding for the plan rather than focusing on the responsibility of lenders," he said, referring to the utility's arrangements for compensating those affected by the nuclear accident. -- Top News

  • Mamoru Moteki, the Japan Agriculture chairman, submitted a letter to Tepco on Thursday that called the utility's disaster response "unacceptable."

    The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines -

  • In court papers, Park51 says it owes Con Edison only $881,000 and calls the utility's demand "grossly inflated."

  • The utility's records said the pipeline was made of seamless pipe, so inspectors hadn't suspected problems with welds in seams.

    Pipeline-Blast Probe Finds Welding Flaws

  • Iberdrola was back on the acquisition trail this week, but could the Spanish utility's international diversification strategy soon be thrown into reverse?

    Iberdrola's Rally Looks Overdone

  • In an update on the investigation issued last month, the NTSB said that the pipeline they found in the ground did not match the type of pipe that was supposed to have been installed, according to the utility's records.

    Report: California pipeline that exploded had numerous flaws

  • The day after the Jan. 26 snowstorm swept through the Washington region, knocking out power for 220,000 Pepco customers, the utility's parent company, Pepco Holdings, announced a $60 million dividend payment to its shareholders.

    Pepco shareholders faring better than customers

  • In 2009, Pepco Holdings' stock price sank more than 7 percent, compared with a 6.62 percent increase in the value of shares for Dominion Resources, the Virginia utility's parent company, and a 34.45 percent increase for Constellation Energy, Baltimore Gas and Electric's parent.

    Pepco shareholders faring better than customers

  • He also said he would complain at Tepco's annual meeting, in June, saying the city is the utility's third-largest shareholder.

    Revolt Brews as Tepco Seeks Higher Rates

  • TOKYO—The Japanese government on Monday ended its standoff with the country's biggest utility, releasing a second round of financial aid totaling ¥690 billion $8.9 billion, in exchange for the utility's promises to review a rate hike and implement more aggressive cost-cutting to deal with the costs of Japan's worst nuclear disaster.

    Additional Aid for Tepco Approved


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