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The Opening Bell 07-12-16: Staying Cool at Energy School...

On the July 12, 2016 episode of The Opening Bell, Steve talked with Justine Jentes (Community Engagement Manager for Excelon) about an interesting summer school that is in full swing conducted by ComEd…? 109 more words

The Opening Bell

Chicago Suburb Formally Requests Permanent Smart Meter Refusal Option from ComEd

Story Updated July 27, 2016

The Village of Burr Ridge, a suburb of Chicago, Illinois, has formally requested “that Commonwealth Edison take action to work with the ICC and General Assembly to amend its rules to allow for property owners to permanently opt out of its Smart Meter installation Program.” 676 more words

Smart Grid, Smart Meters, And RF Emissions

Elevator Pitch Reflection

I’m going to describe what an elevator pitch is before I go on blabbing on my experience from it. It’s basically a quick straight to the point  speech about a certain topic. 288 more words

Solar Energy Can Benefit Chicago Neighborhoods

Most recently leaders from community organizations, business owners and advocates for solar energy gathered for a special think tank meeting to discuss ways to access solar energy for their communities. 662 more words

Business

Solar Energy Can Benefit Chicago Neighborhoods

Most recently leaders from community organizations, business owners and advocates for solar energy gathered for a special think tank meeting to discuss ways to access solar energy for their communities. 662 more words

News

The Exelon Almost-Bailout: Chris Crane’s Blazing Saddles Moment

A week or so ago, the Illinois General Assembly failed to pass Senate Bill 1585, the Exelon Bailout Bill. The bill failed despite a series of full-page newspaper ads and a robocall campaign touting how great the Exelon bailout would be for consumers. 1,130 more words

Natural Gas

Chronicle: ComEd Ready For Long, Hot Summer | Fred Hampton Pool Opens June 13

Children jump into the pool at the Fred Hampton Aquatic Center, 300 N. Fred Hampton Way (Oak St.), Maywood. This summer is expected to unusually warm, but not too hot that it can’t be handled by ComEd, company officials said.  674 more words

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