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Exelon supporting solar power in Massachusetts? Um, nope.

America’s largest nuclear utility, Exelon, says it is supporting an elimination of the net metering cap in Massachusetts. That position would seem to imply support for rooftop solar power in the state, a position seemingly at odds with Exelon’s ownership of 2,000 Megawatts of natural gas generation in Massachusetts it acquired when it bought Constellation Energy last year. 830 more words

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IEA "experts" not particularly expert

The International Energy Agency (IEA) is composed of 29 countries, which are required to be members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. The agency was founded in response to the oil crisis of 1973-74 “to help countries co-ordinate a collective response to major disruptions in oil supply through the release of emergency oil stocks to the markets,” but has since expanded its mission “to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for its 29 member countries and beyond.” 763 more words


Exelon takes first concrete step to try to save uneconomic reactor

It’s no secret that Exelon, the nation’s largest nuclear utility, has a bunch of uneconomic and aging nuclear reactors on its hands. We’ve written about that… 664 more words


Exelon doesn't "intend" to shut down any reactors

Language matters. When a top Exelon exec, chief strategy officer Bill Von Hoene, said this week that the giant nuclear utility doesn’t “intend” to close any of its nuclear reactors anytime soon, you can be sure he was being careful with his language. 555 more words


Quick, Before I Forget

You already know that I love to share information. Some of you may know more about the Exelon Patch than I do, so this blog post is all about reaching out to everyone who never heard of it. 225 more words


Innovations Are Important Too

Sarang Ahuja’s latest post:

Every month over 565,000 startups are launched in the United States.  On average they are making a little over $78,000 a year which totals to over $530 billion.  291 more words

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Exelon's Illinois Strategy: Profits to Shareholders, Stick Losses to Ratepayers

Make no mistake: Despite CEO Chris Crane’s denial that Exelon is angling for a state bailout for his money-losing nuclear generating stations, shifting the costs and risks of Exelon’s struggling nuclear power business to ratepayers (and/or taxpayers) is precisely what Crane intends. 1,163 more words