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
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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 – 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 – Energy Future Holdings (EFH) announced today that it has entered into an agreement with certain of its key financial stakeholders to reduce its approximately $40 billion of debt, lower its annual cash interest costs, access significant additional capital and create a sustainable capital structure for the future. To implement this pre-arranged restructuring plan, Energy Future Holdings Corp. and certain of its subsidiaries, including Texas Competitive Electric Holdings Company LLC (TCEH) (the holding company for EFH's competitive businesses, including Luminant and TXU Energy) and Energy Future Intermediate Holding Company LLC (EFIH) (the holding company for EFH's regulated business, Oncor Electric Delivery Company), have filed voluntary petitions for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. Oncor is not a part of the Chapter 11 filing.
DALLAS – While Luminant is disappointed with today's remand of the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule, we are pleased with the Supreme Court's confirmation that the EPA has a "statutory duty” to avoid over-regulating.
DALLAS – As a proud veteran supporter and military-friendly employer, Luminant is helping provide the keys to a bright future for a North Texas family, donating $5,000 to Operation Finally Home. The nonprofit organization provides custom-made, mortgage-free homes to wounded and disabled veterans and will use Luminant's contribution to complete a home in Little Elm, Texas for U.S. Army Sgt. Stephen Jackel and his family.
DALLAS – With 90 awards for reclamation excellence over the past 40 years, Luminant is keeping the streak alive. The company was notified recently it won both the Interstate Mining Compact Commission's 2014 National Mine Reclamation Award in the coal category and the Railroad Commission of Texas' 2014 Coal Mining Reclamation Award.