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June 14, 2024

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NJ Enacts New Construction Electrification Incentives
New Jersey has enacted a package of new construction incentives worth up to $5.25 per square foot for new residential and nonresidential construction.
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.
Talen Energy
Exelon Focuses on Energy Transition, Growth in Q2 Earnings Call
Exelon utilities will work on transmission upgrades as the Brandon Shores coal-fired power plant prepares for deactivation.
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.
Montgomery County Council
Montgomery County, Md. Passes Building Electrification Law
Maryland’s largest county passed the state’s strongest building electrification law, requiring most new construction be carbon-neutral.
Shutterstock
Maryland: State Met 2020 GHG Emission Goal, but Behind on 2030
Maryland surpassed its greenhouse gas emission-reduction goal for 2020, according to the final data released by the state Department of the Environment.
Google
PJM TEAC Briefs: Aug. 9, 2022
PJM transmission owners led by Dominion presented the Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee with more than $400 million in supplemental projects.
Maryland Public Service Commission
Maryland PSC Approves Updates to Utility EV Charging Programs
Maryland regulators approved changes to the state’s EV charging pilot, increasing incentives for chargers installed at underserved locations.
Public Service Commission of D.C
DC’s Solar Markets Expanding in Low-income Neighborhoods
D.C.'s ambitious clean energy target — 100% by 2032 — has created a market for solar companies and utility bill savings for the city's low-income residents.
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DC PSC Says Renewables Make Up 12.2% of City’s Fuel Mix
D.C.'s progress toward a goal of 100% clean energy by 2032 faces challenge of city's lack of control over electricity supply.

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