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December 11, 2023

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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.
PJM Operating Committee Briefs: Feb. 5, 2019
PJM’s Operating Committee endorsed manual revisions in spite of FirstEnergy's challenge to the formula for judging primary frequency response performance.
Supreme Court Rejects MD Subsidy for CPV Plant
The Supreme Court rejected the Maryland PSC attempt to subsidize CPV's combined cycle plant, saying it interfered with FERC jurisdiction.
Supreme Court Offers Little Support to CPV, Md.
Lawyers for Maryland and Competitive Power Ventures got little support from Supreme Court justices during oral arguments in the latest federal-state jurisdiction case Wednesday.
Pepco’s Influence in District Runs Deep
Public records show that in June alone, Pepco and Exelon lobbyists communicated more than 60 times with seven D.C. councilmembers or their aides.
PJM, Pepco Investigating Cause of DC-Area Outage
PJM and utility officials said yesterday they are still investigating what caused the failure of a 230-kV transmission line that briefly cut power to the White House and much of the D.C. area Tuesday afternoon.
NJ BPU Staff Reaches Settlement on Exelon-Pepco Merger
The NJ BPU staff recommended OK of Exelon’s acquisition of Pepco in a deal that would give Atlantic City Electric customers $62 million in rate credits.
States File New ROE Complaint vs. BGE, Pepco
State officials filed a new complaint in their nearly two-year effort to force a reduction in the formula transmission rates for BGE and Pepco utilities.
Md. Advocate Wants Tougher Energy-Efficiency Targets
Maryland’s Office of People’s Counsel is recommending that regulators set tougher energy-efficiency targets for the state’s utilities.

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