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How to take on the nuclear shills: here's one approach.

Earlier this month, we reported that climate scientist Dr. James Hansen and the pro-nuclear Breakthrough Institute’s Michael Shellenberger had leaped–apparently on their own–into the battle over the future of some of Exelon’s unprofitable nuclear reactors in Illinois. 575 more words

Nuclear Economics

How low can they go? Hansen, Shellenberger now shilling for Exelon

While some potential legal challenges remain, the approval of the Exelon-Pepco merger by the Washington, D.C. Public Service Commission means that Exelon is now not only the largest nuclear powered utility in the U.S., it is the largest electric utility period. 1,970 more words

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Any objective political commentators out there?

“…David Axelrod, former senior adviser to President Obama, believes this time may be different…”
Mr. Axelrod formerly employed by an Exelon subsidiary , who I used to think was a Democrat operative, maybe even before Mr. 83 more words

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Breaking: Exxon Mobil Considers Millis "Suitable" for Hydraulic Fracking Well (April Fools'!)

Corporate representatives have not yet received approval from Selectmen and the Planning Board in order to begin a proposed survey of more than a dozen locations for a natural gas well, including Dover Road and the Oak Grove Farm area. 544 more words

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Water For Exelon: Millis Drinking Water Committee OK's Sale to Power Company

As recommended by the committee, town Selectmen agreed Monday to explore next steps regarding the sale of water for Exelon’s Medway expansion bid pending negotiations and a greater impact analysis. 295 more words

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Exelon: now the nation's largest electric utility

Exelon has long been the nation’s largest nuclear power utility. Now it is the nation’s largest electric utility, period.

Yesterday, the Washington, D.C. Public Service Commission, which had twice rejected the proposed merger of Exelon and D.C.’s local utility Pepco, … 1,077 more words

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Capital Gains?

Surprise approval of Exelon-Pepco merger

In what was a highly unanticipated decision — even to experts and analysts on the subject — District of Columbia regulators approved the precarious… 280 more words

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