December 11, 2023

D.C. Public Service Commission

District, OPC Ask PSC to Reconsider Exelon-PHI Merger
The D.C. Office of the People’s Counsel and the district’s government asked the DC PSC to reconsider its approval of Exelon’s acquisition of Pepco.
Grid 2.0 Asks DC PSC to Reconsider Merger Approval
One party to the Exelon-Pepco merger case has asked the DC PSC) to reconsider its approval, and People's Counsel Sandra Mattavous-Frye may ask as well.
Exelon-Pepco Doubtful as DC Officials Reject Alternatives
D.C. officials came out today against Exelon’s revised merger proposal in filings that appear to quash the energy giant’s chances of acquiring Pepco.
UPDATED: Exelon, Pepco Urge Compromise Deal to Win DC PSC OK for Merger
Exelon offered a split D.C. Public Service Commission (DC PSC) a “middle ground proposal” in a bid to salvage its acquisition of Pepco Holdings Inc.
Exelon-Pepco Deal in Doubt as Mayor, Consumer Advocate Balk at New Terms
The Exelon-Pepco merger looked in danger of failing Tuesday as D.C.'s mayor and consumer advocate said they would not accept new terms offered by D.C. regulators.Modify your meta description by editing it right here
DC PSC: Will OK Exelon-Pepco Deal for Additional Concessions
D.C. regulators today denied Exelon’s $6.8 billion acquisition of Pepco but said they would approve the deal with additional concessions.
Exelon Reiterates March 4 Deadline on PHI Deal
Exelon's primary goal for 2016 is completing the acquisition of Pepco, but the company has contingency plans (an Exelon-PHI merger).
Md. Judge Upholds PSC’s OK of Exelon-Pepco Merger
A Maryland judge upheld state regulators' approval of Exelon’s acquisition of Pepco, denying an appeal led by the Office of People’s Counsel.
GSA Opposes Exelon-Pepco Settlement
GSA is urging D.C. regulators to reject the Exelon-Pepco merger unless the companies can revise their settlement with the district government.
Exelon, Pepco Make Final Case for Merger in DC PSC Hearings
Having achieved a settlement with the mayor, Exelon and Pepco tried to persuade the D.C. Public Service Commission that their merger is now in the public interest.

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