ComEd’s $1.4 Billion Energy Efficiency Program Will Extend Rebates for Business Customers

ComEd’s $1.4 Billion Energy Efficiency Program Will Extend Rebates for Business Customers

ComEd recently announced the start of a new program in Illinois that will provide $350 million in funding for energy efficiency each year for the next four years. The program, created through the state’s Future of Energy Jobs Act (FEJA), is expected to almost double … Read more…

Mayors Caucus and ComEd Collaborate to Advance Smart Cities

Mayors Caucus and ComEd Collaborate to Advance Smart Cities

The Metropolitan Mayors Caucus (MMC), a membership organization of the Chicago region’s 275 cities, towns and villages; announced on May 4 that it has joined Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) – the largest electric utility in Illinois, serving the Chicago and Northern Illinois area – in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will support the study and development of new energy efficiency programs, smart streetlights, and community and residential solar; and other infrastructure projects.

Chicago Suburb Selected for Community Energy Storage Pilot

Chicago Suburb Selected for Community Energy Storage Pilot

In the Chicago suburb of Beecher, Illinois, Commonwealth Edison has launched a Community Energy Storage (CES) pilot to investigate the value of battery technology to reduce the impact of power outages in residential areas where customers experience service interruptions, particularly during extreme weather event

Nuclear Bailout Still Could ‘Blow’ Chances for Illinois House Amendment 3

Exelon Generation and Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) announced on November 30 that they had reached an agreement with Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner (R) on the controversial Future Energy Jobs Bill (SB2814), House Amendment 3. Under the terms of the agreement, the parties are mandating an overall cost cap on all measures within the bill.

Report: Preserving Illinois Nuclear Plants Would Save Ratepayers $3 Billion Over Next Decade

Continued operation of the Clinton and Quad Cities nuclear generation facilities in Illinois could save ratepayers $3.1 billion over the next decade, according to the findings of a study released on November 28.

ComEd, Exelon Back New Energy Bill in Illinois

Exelon Generation and Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) announced on May 5 that they plan to support comprehensive legislation – called the Next Generation Energy Plan – that will comprise major elements of three bills that did not win approval in the last session of the Illinois General Assembly. Among the anticipated benefits of the measure are lower costs for utility customers.

ComEd Is Cheaper Than Retailer, Chicago Consumers Are Discovering

Illinois customers who switched to a three-year contract last August with a retail provider, “thinking the grass was greener away from Commonwealth Edison (ComEd),” may be well-advised to check their invoices, according to a report by CBS-TV Chicago. More than 60 cities and towns in … Read more…

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