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Parent Of Broker Sees Lower Revenues As Competitor Recruits Its Sales Agents
Retail energy holding company Premier Holding Corporation, parent of retail supplier American Illuminating Company and broker The Power Company (TPC),...
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Retail Supplier Closes $10 Million Credit, Supply Facility
V3 Commodities Group Holdings, LLC announced that it has closed a $10mm wholesale supply and credit support facility with Great American Power, LLC...
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Retail Energy Holding Co. Expects To Record Goodwill Impairment
Premier Holding Corp., the parent of retail supplier American Illuminating Company and broker The Power Company, said in a filing with the SEC that it...
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Report: Judge Issues Temporary Restraining Order in Energy Future-Vistra Tax Fight
Dow Jones Newswires, via Fox Business, reports that a judge has issued a temporary restraining order which prevents Vistra Energy Corp. from submittin...
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Report: Energy Future Wrangles With Vistra Over Tax Breaks
Dow Jones Newswires, via Fox Business, reports that Energy Future Holdings Corp. is fighting Vistra Energy Corp. regarding an agreement concerning the...
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Texas-based Retail Supplier Inks $10 Million Credit Facility
GB Power, LLC (GBPOWER), a retail energy company based in Texas, has inked a $10 million credit facility with Vantage Commodities Financial Services, ...
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Retail Supplier Parent Authorizes Increases In Number Of Shares Of Common Stock
Retail energy holding company Premier Holding Corporation in an 8-K notified stockholders that on June 23, 2017, a majority of stockholders agreed to ...
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Study Depicts "Bleak" Future for Merchant Generation
A study released today by the Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP law firm and the Power Research Group paints a "bleak" picture for merchant genera...
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Columnist: Investors Learning the Hard Way About Investing in Retail Supplier Parent’s Notes Program
Lee Schafer, columnist for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, writes on the suspended renewable unsecured subordinated note program that had been offered b...
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Castleton Commodities Closes Credit Facilities Totaling $ 3.6 Billion
Castleton Commodities International LLC announced the closing of two credit facilities totaling $3.6 billion. The facilities include a committed s...
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Marketer Offering 50% Free RECs Raises $6 Million To Expand Program
Arcadia Power, a RECs marketer which offers customers the ability to elect 50% wind power for no fee, announced that it has closed a $6 million Series...
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NRG Discloses Details On Sought Restructuring Of GenOn Via Voluntary Chapter 11 Proceedings
NRG Energy filed today an 8-K detailing a proposed restructuring of GenOn and GenOn Americas Generation (GAG) debt. A proposed consensual restruct...
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Retail Supplier Parent Suspends Unsecured Subordinated Note Program After "Going Concern" Disclosure
Aspirity Holdings (“Holdings”) announced that it has suspended its Renewable Unsecured Subordinated Note (the “Notes”) program. After disposing of i...
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Flash: Just Energy Reports Earnings
Just Energy reported earnings for the 3 months ended March 31, 2017 (4Q 2017) and the 12 months ended March 31, 2017 (full year fiscal 2017) after th...
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Retail Supplier Inks $25 Million Credit Facility
Retail supplier Atlantic Energy has secured a $25 million credit facility from Vantage Commodities Financial Services, LLC...
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