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Getting more solar on the grid is a critical issue in D.C., Maryland and Virginia, each of which has set ambitious targets for running their electric systems on 100% clean power.
"The energy transformation will last decades, not years, which is why we are confident that investment opportunities will continue to strengthen and lengthen our rate base growth,” CEO Calvin Butler said.
A major focus at the Energy Bar Association meeting was on how to ensure reliability and affordability as the grid transitions to a cleaner future.
Exelon utilities will work on transmission upgrades as the Brandon Shores coal-fired power plant prepares for deactivation.
Exelon's CEO spent part of Wednesday’s first-quarter earnings call talking about how the company will help meet states' decarbonization targets.
Jennifer Granholm announced new funding opportunities and projects aimed at expanding access to solar for low- and moderate-income consumers and communities.
Acting FERC Chairman Willie Phillips made his first comments since taking over the agency.
In an interview, new D.C. PSC Chair Emile Thompson talked about his vision for reaching the district’s goal of cutting GHG emissions in half by 2032.
The “dragonscale” solar shingles that power Google’s massive campus in Silicon Valley will soon produce power on the rooftop of a multifamily building in D.C.
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Connecticut Environmental advocates vow to maintain pressure on lawmakers to pass enabling legislation for the Transportation and Climate Initiative Program.
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