THE 20-DAY COUNTDOWN ON ILLINOIS’ ENERGY FUTURE BEGINS!
PART 1: “IS IT REALLY THE JOBS, STUPID?”
CHICAGO-– [NOTE: With 20 days left for the Illinois Legislature to decide the future direction of Illinois energy services, NEIS is initiating a series of releases over the next three weeks designed to
address some of the myths, misconceptions, and ignored aspects of the debate.]
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.
The Report, “POTENTIAL NUCLEAR POWER PLANT CLOSINGS IN
CHICAGO— A study released Thursday (Oct. 2, 2014) by the nuclear power trade group alleging dire economic consequences
for Illinois should currently unprofitable nuclear reactors be closed by Exelon Corporation leaves safe-energy advocacy groups wondering – was this report designed to deliberately mislead the Illinois Legislature?
Resolution prelude to “bailout” for unprofitable nukes, national anti-renewables campaign
CHICAGO— By voice vote the Illinois House approved a resolution introduced by House Speaker Michael Madigan with extensive cooperation from Exelon Corporation that would create massive subsidization of unprofitable Exelon nuclear plants in Illinois, and do serious damage to the growth of the renewable energy sector.