DALLAS – Luminant filed its comments regarding the proposed rule on regional haze for Texas with the Environmental Protection Agency today.
DALLAS – Today, Luminant finalized an agreement with the Sierra Club under which the Sierra Club will drop multiple pending legal matters against the company. In return, Luminant will not seek payment from Sierra Club of $6.45 million in fees awarded to the company. Continue reading
DALLAS – Luminant’s Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant is donating $50,000 each to Hood and Somervell Counties to go toward emergency preparedness activities. The donations will be formally made during this week’s commissioners court meetings. Continue reading
Latest report highlights progress in environmental leadership, stewardship and compliance.
DALLAS – As the largest power generator in Texas, Luminant is proud to be a leader in providing reliable electricity for a growing state while being thoughtful stewards of our environment and continuing our exemplary record of regulatory compliance.
DALLAS – Pioneering a new technique for transporting some of North America’s largest earthmovers, Luminant recently relocated four draglines using a state-of-the-art 1,000-wheel vehicle. The mega machines were moved over 30 miles in total to new mining areas across East and Central Texas this past spring and summer. Continue reading
DALLAS – Six Luminant employees sustained burn injuries late Wednesday in an incident at Thermo Mine in Hopkins County.
DALLAS – Developing the company’s next generation of skilled energy employees, Luminant is pleased to announce that 24 Tyler Junior College students from the second graduating Power Track class have received job placements. The graduates will begin their new energy careers at a Luminant power plant this June.
DALLAS – Luminant today released the following statement:
DALLAS – This week, Luminant released a new advertising campaign: “Powering Texas. Today. Tomorrow. Together.” With the important summer months ahead and the increasing demand for power that comes with them, Luminant and its employees prove they are up for the challenge – extending a legacy that goes back more than 130 years – to continue providing much-needed electricity for the growing state.
DALLAS – As an industry leader in environmental stewardship, Luminant and its employees are helping Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Eastern wild turkey restoration effort reach new heights – recently welcoming over 80 turkeys to their new home in Rusk County.