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Event helps inform residents about station operations
Workers replace main power transformer, perform maintenance to advance equipment reliability
Electric utility already has eliminated half its carbon footprint under the Exelon 2020 business strategy
Safe and Effective Shutdown First Step in Plan to Replace Main Power Transformer
Company committed to paying fair share of taxes despite this action
LaSalle County Generating Station to host Community Information Night in Ottawa Nov. 17
Operators at Exelon Nuclear’s Braidwood Generating Station returned Unit 1 to the electrical grid today at 1:47 a.m., completing a scheduled maintenance and refueling outage that began October 3.
388-ton equipment will travel through Seneca, Brookfield Township next Monday, causing six-hour road closure
Companies to partner on 420-mile extra high-voltage line to improve system reliability in Illinois and Indiana
Outage provides 1,000 temporary jobs and $3 million boost to local economy
The Board of Directors of Exelon Corporation declared a regular quarterly dividend of $0.525 per share on Exelon’s common stock.
$94 million facility from 29 banks underscores commitment to working with diverse suppliers
Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC) announced third quarter 2010 consolidated earnings.
Highlights company’s plan to eliminate the equivalent of its annual carbon footprint by 2020
Students at Pottstown High School may be able to predict their snow days this year with the help of their new WeatherBug Station, installed at the school earlier this year through an $18,000 contribution from Limerick Generating Station.
ComEd seeks Illinois Commerce Commission decision on future of grid modernization in Illinois
PECO recently completed its final electricity purchases to serve customers beginning January 1, 2011. Overall residential customer bills are expected to increase about 5% beginning in January. Average residential price to compare is 9.92 cents per kWh.
Unit back in service after short outage
While the new documentary “Waiting for ‘Superman’” has focused national attention on the public education crisis, there are innovative programs that offer a glimmer of hope.
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