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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Four were charged with 9 counts of conspiracy to bribe former Ill. House Speaker Michael Madigan in exchange for his help in passing bills favorable to ComEd.
Reversing course, FERC said PJM did not have to pay an Illinois wind farm $10 million in incremental capacity transfer rights for delivery year 2019/20.
Patrick McGarry discusses how COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders have provided insight into a potentially permanent change in electricity demand.
Illinois electric customers filed a federal civil racketeering lawsuit against ComEd and House Speaker Michael Madigan, seeking $450M in damages.
The Illinois Commerce Commission questioned ComEd officials over the company’s agreement to pay a $200 million fine to settle bribery allegations.
ComEd admitted it bribed Ill. House Speaker Michael Madigan in return for legislative support, what one involved called an "old time patronage system."
Exelon’s ComEd agreed to pay a $200 million fine to settle allegations it bribed Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan in return for legislation favor.
Exelon said its Illinois nuclear plants are “up against a clock,” with the legislature unable to meet to consider withdrawing from PJM’s capacity market.
The Illinois Commerce Commission’s “NextGrid: Illinois’ Utility of the Future” study, which began with grand hopes years ago, ended with barely a whimper.
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