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Crain’s Chicago Business: New math to help Exelon’s nukes

While Exelon prepares to ask state legislators to rescue its Illinois nuclear plants, new rules set by an obscure power-grid organization back East would send more than a half-billion dollars to those sites by significantly raising electric bills. The changes raise questions about whether state action is even necessary. PJM Interconnection, the Valley Forge, Pa.-based

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Chicago Tribune: District 214 doubling the number of electric car charging stations

Electric car charging stations will soon be aplenty for the Township High School District 214 community. The northwest suburban school district announced it has installed eight charging stations and is expecting 10 more next year. The existing stations were installed last summer, including two at Buffalo Grove High School by the pool on campus at

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Midwest Energy News: On utilities and solar, Wisconsin goes its own way

What’s the matter with Wisconsin? That’s what many clean energy proponents are asking, in the wake of the Wisconsin Public Service Commission (PSC)’s decisions in favor of rate restructuring that could virtually kill solar and other types of distributed generation across much of the state. Despite significant public opposition, the PSC in November decided to

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Daily Herald Editorial: Kill the Illiana, This Time for Good

A year after the proposed Illiana Expressway should have been declared dead on arrival, it somehow will make it back before the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning on Oct. 8 and the Metropolitan Planning Organization on Oct. 9 for another crucial vote. It needs to be rejected again. Read More

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