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Avista Makes Annual Price Adjustment Requests In Washington
Avista Corp Posts Q2 Earnings Per Share $0.20
Avista Reports Q1 Earnings Per Share $0.98
Avista Corporation is an electric and natural gas utility company. The Company's segments include Avista Utilities and Alaska Electric Light and Power Company (AEL&P). Avista Utilities segment provides electric distribution and transmission, and natural gas distribution services in parts of eastern Washington and northern Idaho, and northeastern and southwestern Oregon. The segment also engages in wholesale purchases and sales of electricity and natural gas as an integral part of energy resource management and its load-serving obligation. The AEL&P segment is a regulated utility providing electric services in Juneau, Alaska. Its regional services include government and higher education, medical services, retail trade and finance. It also has other businesses, including venture fund investments, real estate investments, as well as certain other investments made by Avista Capital, which is a subsidiary of the Company.
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Dennis P. Vermillion
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Mark T. Thies
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President, Treasurer
Kevin J. Christie
Senior Vice President - External Affairs, Chief Customer Officer
Heather Lynn Rosentrater
Senior Vice President - Energy Delivery and Shared Services
Jason R. Thackston
Senior Vice President, Environmental Compliance Officer
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Washington state energy company Avista Corp told customers to prepare for more heat-related outages on Tuesday after some lost power Monday evening, as homes and businesses cranked up their air conditioners to escape a brutal heatwave.
* "THE COVID-19 GLOBAL PANDEMIC IS CURRENTLY IMPACTING ALL ASPECTS OF OUR BUSINESS, AS WELL AS THE GLOBAL, NATIONAL AND LOCAL ECONOMIES"
Canadian electric utility Hydro One Ltd <H.TO> and its U.S.-based rival Avista Corp <AVA.N> agreed to terminate their merger after failing to receive regulatory backing.
Canadian electricity producer Hydro One Ltd and U.S.-based peer Avista Corp have agreed to terminate their merger after failing to receive approval from regulators in Washington and Idaho states.
The Idaho Public Utilities Commission has rejected Canadian electric utility Hydro One Ltd's proposed C$6.7 billion ($4.97 billion) acquisition of Avista Corp, the companies said on Thursday.
Canadian electric utility Hydro One Ltd <H.TO> and its buyout target, Avista Corp <AVA.N>, said they would file a petition, asking the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) to reconsider its order rejecting their merger.
A Washington state regulator on Wednesday rejected Canadian electric utility Hydro One Ltd's <H.TO> proposed acquisition of rival Avista Corp <AVA.N>, saying the deal would not adequately protect Avista or its customers from political and financial risk.
Washington regulators on Wednesday rejected Canadian electric utility Hydro One Ltd's proposed acquisition of rival Avista Corp, saying the deal does not serve the public interest.
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