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Talk about “The New Face of Grandparenting.”

Michelle McConnell turns 50 this year. She is a marathoner (actually running 50 miles this year for her 50 years) and… 625 more words

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Exelon continues notifying grid operators in process of closing local facilities

CORDOVA, Illinois — As part of the process in closing the Quad Cities and Clinton nuclear stations, Exelon has formally notified grid operator PJM Interconnection about its plans to close the Generating Station in Cordova, Illinois on June 1, 2018. 204 more words


Exelon notifies grid operator of plans to close Quad Cities facility

CORDOVA, Ill. (KWQC) – Exelon Generation has formally notified grid operator PJM Interconnection of its plans to retire the Quad Cities Generating Station on June 1, 2018. 322 more words


BigWind spreading further into Ohio

In other news, Exelon has announced its intention to build in Seneca County which, we believe, is an Alternative Energy Zone. (This means the county can NOT deny the massive tax break) Initial papers have been filed with the OPSB (aka Say Yes to Wind board). 311 more words

Exelon takes next steps in closing Clinton, Quad Cities plants

Exelon is continuing plans to close its plants in both Clinton and the Quad Cities.

The announcement came in early June 2016 when the Illinois lawmakers failed to pass legislation that would help keep the plants afloat.   152 more words


Exelon files notice to close with Nuclear Regulatory Commission

CORDOVA, Ill. (KWQC) – Exelon, owner of the Quad Cities nuclear plant, says it has filed the official notice to retire the facility.

The utility company had said earlier that without special legislation giving support to nuclear power as clean energy, the plant would have to close. 61 more words


Exelon's Takeover of PEPCO Makes Little Sense, Happens Anyway

Exelon, the Chicago-based holding company whose original legacy is Illinois’ Commonwealth Edison, recently closed on its purchase of Washington DC-based Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO). 512 more words