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April 21, 2024

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GSA, DOD to Power Federal Facilities with 2.7M MWh of Clean Energy
With more than 300,000 buildings, the U.S. government is the nation’s largest energy consumer and “a steady customer prepared to make long-term investments,” GSA Administrator Robin Carnahan said.
PJM
Christie Blasts FERC Transmission Incentives in PATH, Brandon Shores Orders

FERC Commissioner Mark Christie used orders on two transmission projects to blast the commission’s “ridiculously generous” incentives.

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Solar Developers Sing Mid-Atlantic Interconnection Blues

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.

Delmarva Power & Light
Exelon Q3 Earnings Call Links Transmission Expansion to Rate Cases
"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.
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Chasing Goals, Facing Obstacles at Md. Clean Energy Summit
As Maryland works toward some of the most ambitious emission reduction goals in the nation, PJM has warned that the 2025 closure of coal plants in the state could lead to rolling blackouts.
ACEEE
Report: Many US Utilities not Delivering on Energy Efficiency
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy's 2023 scorecard for utilities revealed that many utilities are not prioritizing energy efficiency as they focus on decarbonization and resiliency.
Ken Lund,
FERC Approves $1.8M Penalty Against Exelon Utilities
Six Exelon utilities have agreed to pay ReliabilityFirst $1.8 million for violating NERC's reliability standards.
Exelon
Exelon CEO: Energy Transition ‘Requires Investments,’ Rate Increases
Exelon's CEO spent part of Wednesday’s first-quarter earnings call talking about how the company will help meet states' decarbonization targets.
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Maryland Bill Would Require Utilities to Report Votes at PJM
A bill passed by the Maryland House of Delegates would require that utilities submit annual reports detailing their votes at PJM.
Exelon
Exelon Earnings Highlight Investments to Comply with State Legislation
Exelon leadership charted out the company’s path to maintaining its growth targets while implementing plans to comply with state environmental legislation.

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