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Competitive Electricity Markets
Remarks to the United States Energy Association | Joseph Dominguez, Executive Vice President, Governmental & Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy
April 30, 2015 |USEA Public Policy Forum, Washington, D.C.
In a keynote speech, Joseph Dominguez, Exelon Executive Vice President, Governmental & Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy, discusses how the electric industry can achieve the Environmental Protection Agency’s carbon reduction goals quickly and at low cost to consumers through a voluntary compliance program that uses existing market mechanisms to prioritize the use of emissions-free energy. Download PDF, 1.48 MB
The Utility of Tomorrow: Embracing an Uncertain Future | William A. Von Hoene, Jr., Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer
March 2, 2015 | MIT Energy Conference, Cambridge, Mass.
As the energy industry undergoes major shifts in how energy is produced, delivered and consumed, Chief Strategy Officer William A. Von Hoene, Jr. says the utility of the future must be forward looking, without losing sight of customers’ fundamental need for energy that is reliable, affordable and increasingly clean. Download PDF, 1.23 MB
The Economics of Sustainable Energy: A Case for Well Functioning Markets | Christopher Gould, Senior Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer
Nov. 20, 2013 | Total Energy USA Conference, Houston
As we transition to a sustainable energy future, Exelon believes that sound energy policy is imperative in order to encourage innovation and unleash competition to deliver the best results for customers and the long-term health of our economy. Download PDF, 180 KB
Resource Adequacy in ERCOT: The Next Evolution of the Competitive Market | William A. Von Hoene, Jr., Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer
Oct. 1, 2013 | Gulf Coast Power Association Fall Conference 2013, Austin, TX
Exelon senior executive William Von Hoene calls for an evolution of the successful competitive electricity market in Texas, including a centralized forward capacity market to safeguard the future energy supply for the state’s families and businesses at the lowest possible cost. Download PDF, 577 KB
Remarks on Energy in the Competitive Marketplace | William Von Hoene, Jr., Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer
April 5, 2013 | University of Chicago Booth School of Business Energy Forward Conference, Chicago, IL
Exelon senior executive Bill Von Hoene discusses Exelon's role as a leading competitive energy company and the future of a competitive utilities industry. Download PDF, 226 KB
Remarks to the Illinois Manufacturers' Association | Christopher M. Crane, President & CEO
Dec. 7, 2012 | Illinois Manufacturers' Association Annual Meeting, Chicago
In a keynote speech, Exelon President & CEO, Chris Crane, discusses how Illinois' competitive market is delivering exceptional benefits to manufacturers and customers. He also discusses his views on how to best ensure a clean energy future for the long-term. Download PDF, 189 KB
Remarks to the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners | Mayo A. Shattuck III, Chairman
Nov. 12, 2012 | National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD
Exelon Chairman Mayo A. Shattuck III discusses economic and environmental challenges facing the energy industry as it prepares to make major investments in new infrastructure over the next 20 years. He also reflects on the beneficial role competitive markets and effective regulation can play in meeting those challenges.
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Minding the Energy Gap: What’s at Stake for U.S. Nuclear Plants | William A. Von Hoene, Jr., Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer
April 23, 2014 | United States Energy Association Public Policy Forum, Washington, D.C.
Nuclear power plants provide reliability, economic and environmental benefits that cannot be easily replaced. However, economic and policy challenges threaten the continued operation of many U.S. nuclear plants. Policy changes are needed to properly recognize the value nuclear plants provide and to preserve their benefits. Download PDF, 954 KB
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