CHICAGO—Despite some notable flaws, a report assembled by 4 state agencies to study the effects of closing five uneconomic Exelon nuclear reactors in Illinois came to a reassuring conclusion: Illinois will survive, and WITHOUT having to bail out Exelon’s reactors with $580 million.
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Exelon’s unprofitable Byron nuclear reactors, threatened with closure if the Illinois Legislature does not “appreciate” them more with a bailout.
ILLINOIS: was mandated by HR1146 in May of 2014 to study the effects on the Illinois economy and electric power reliability should Exelon decide to close 5 unprofitable nuclear reactors it operates in Illinois. Impacts and Market-Based Solutions,” Continue reading Illinois Would Survive Closure of 5 Exelon Reactors, Report Indicates
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