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ENERGY: A Sector Study Dialogue of the EMCP

A host of academics, executives, CEOs and experts to speak at a U.S. Council on Competitiveness event about the need for public and private sector investments in American energy. 58 more words

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Troop 4048 and Sister Girl Scouts Build Solar-Powered Cookie Booth at BGE

What do you do when you really need an outlet but can’t find one anywhere? Many people would give up, but not Girl Scouts–they put on their innovator caps and get to work! 337 more words

2017 Commencement Student Speaker

Henry Humiston will be the student speaker at commencement. He is a 46-year-old dual major who will receive degrees in Nuclear Technology and Electrical Engineering Technology. 177 more words

Onondaga Community College

Girl Scouts Build Solar-Powered Cookie Booth

No outlets? No problem.

After struggling to keep the lights on for their blinged-out cookie booth, Girl Scouts from Troop 60194 in Chicago had the brilliant idea to create a solar-powered, 3D-printed masterpiece to help them sell… 84 more words

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Exelon plans to hire 400 at 2 nuclear plants that were slated to close

CORDOVA, Ill (KWQC) – With a bill signed into law, operators of the Quad Cities Nuclear Generating Station are already looking ahead to future projects that includes hiring more workers. 156 more words

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Rauner signs Exelon bill at QC pep rally

PORT BYRON, Ill. (KWQC) – Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signed the Future Energy Jobs bill at Riverdale High School to save hundreds of jobs at the Quad Cities Nuclear power plant. 538 more words

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Illinois Gov. Rauner Signs Bill Sparing 2 Nuclear Plants

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has approved a plan providing billions of dollars in subsidies to Exelon Corp. to keep two unprofitable nuclear plants from closing prematurely. 287 more words

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