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Exelon's Crane: Free Markets for Thee, But Not for Me

We received some interesting comments on the last blog entry regarding Exelon’s nuke bailout bill (Exelon’s Bailout Bill and the Triumph of Newspeak). It’s always good when an entry sparks (no pun intended) some discussion. 1,480 more words

Electricity

Maryland Regulators Approve Exelon-Pepco Merger

BALTIMORE — Maryland regulators have granted conditional approval for a proposed $6.8 billion merger between Exelon Corp. and Pepco Holdings Inc.

The Maryland Public Service Commission voted 3-2 to approve the merger on Friday with 46 conditions, including higher reliability standards. 102 more words

News

Maryland Regulators Approve Exelon-Pepco Merger

BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland regulators have granted conditional approval for a proposed $6.8 billion merger between Exelon Corp. and Pepco Holdings Inc.

The Maryland Public Service Commission voted 3-2 to approve the merger on Friday with 46 conditions, including higher reliability standards. 89 more words

Local

Upcoming Ex-dividend dates for Top 100

Ex-dividend dates are important to dividend growth investors because one must own a stock before its ex-dividend date in order to be eligible to receive its next dividend. 57 more words

Dividends

Exelon presses its luck

Exelon, the nation’s largest nuclear power utility, has upped the ante in its quest for a bailout from the Illinois legislature, saying it has “to have an answer” by September as to whether Illinois ratepayers are going to pay more for their electricity just because it’s from nuclear power. 445 more words

Energy Future

Editorial roundup: the battle to protect electric customers in Springfield

Springfield is abuzz with two very different pieces of energy legislation, one that could help electric customers and another that could hurt them.

One is  the… 405 more words

Electric Bills

Cynical Power Company Supports Regulations that Will Increase Its Profits, But Harm the American People

Shareholder Activist Asks Exelon CEO How He Can Support Federal Regulations that Will Kill 500,000 Manufacturing Jobs, Half of All Jobs in the Coal Industry and Raise Energy Prices on American Families… 1,079 more words