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Companies announced joint donation to nonprofits
Oyster Creek automatically shuts down
Each year Exelon’s Fishing for a Cure charity bass tournament reels in more than just anglers competing for the top prize and bragging rights. The tournament raises a substantial amount of money and awareness for local charities. In its 14-year history, t
Proposal would drive investment in clean energy while preserving electric system reliability
Company achieves earnings above guidance range
Exelon and other supporters call for enactment of HB 3293 before Illinois House Energy Committee
Board of Directors of Exelon Corporation declared a regular quarterly dividend of $0.31 per share
Summer’s hot and sticky days are right around the corner – so it’s a perfect time to see how a nuclear plant makes carbon free energy to help run air conditioners in more than 2 million homes.
Operators returned Nine Mile Point Unit 1 to full power on April 14, successfully completing a planned refueling outage that began March 16.
Operators removed Limerick Generating Station Unit 2 from service today for a planned refueling outage.
Three Mile Island Unit 1 will conduct an emergency preparedness exercise to evaluate the station’s emergency plan.
Operators returned Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant to full power yesterday.
Proceeds to Benefit Local Hospices
More than 2,000 employees will donate 10,000 volunteer hours focused on environment, education and community enrichment
Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant shut down automatically today at 12:40 p.m., as a result of a localized grid disturbance that caused power outages in the Washington, D.C./Maryland area.
Not since Benjamin Franklin headed out in a lightning storm has kite-flying been so closely linked with electricity.
The Illinois Senate Energy and Public Utilities Committee today passed Senate Bill 1585, legislation to establish a Low Carbon Portfolio Standard (LCPS).
Agreement is subject to approval by the Maryland Public Service Commission
Operators returned Calvert Cliffs Unit 2 to full power yesterday, successfully completing a planned refueling outage that began on February 16.
Byron Generating Station Unit 1 returned to full power on Tuesday, March 10 at 7:50 p.m. CDT, following repairs to a main power transformer.
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