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Exelon-Pepco to keep working on merger approval

"We will continue working to complete the merger, which all other jurisdictions have approved"

Western states win injunction against ‘Waters of the United States’ rule

The rule attempts to redefine Waters of the United States under the Clean Water Act 

Budget on Georgia nuclear plant level, uncertainty remains

The utility now expects to spend roughly $7.5 billion to finish the project, or about 22 percent more than originally expected

Delmarva Power seeks approval in Virginia for proposed 138-kV line

The company on Aug. 24 filed with Maryland state regulators for a CPCN to build the Maryland portion of the line 

PG&E repairing damaged transmission tower

PG&E is partnering with the California Highway Patrol and Caltrans to allow the work to be conducted safely 

Exelon may close unprofitable Quad Cities nuclear plant

Exelon says the two-reactor plant, which began commercial operation in 1973, is losing money 

Canadian Solar, Southern Power partner on 200 MW solar power project

Under the terms of the agreement, Southern Power will acquire about 51 percent of the solar power project 

EPA allows one claim to stand in Sierra Club appeal of Schiller air permit

EPA said in a notice to be published in the Sept. 1 Federal Register that the order responds to a July 2014 petition from the Sierra Club 

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