Energy News for the Illinois Market
By: BusinessWire.com |
ComEd is asking for a decrease of $6 million in the amount it charges customers for the delivery of electricity compared to the rates in effect in January of this year. If approved, the request will decrease the average total monthly residential bill by 38 cents, bringing the average […]
By: Debra Pressey |
Ameren Illinois plans to raise its electric delivery charges on monthly power bills starting next year.
The average residential electric customer will see an increase of $4.50 per month in the electric-delivery charge — though the increase will be offset for some customers by lower electric-supply costs along with lower […]
By: Steve Daniels |
ComEd has responded to regulators’ “call to action” to post its energy price on the bills of households buying from above-market-price suppliers by proposing to stuff it in a section no one looks at. Who benefits? ComEd’s sister company, Constellation.
It looked like something of a breakthrough on solving the vexing problem […]
By: Doug Jenkins |
The rates you pay for electricity through Ameren Illinois is dropping. The utility’s new electric supply rates for those customers who get their power from Ameren Illinois and not a third party will be 5.038/kWh. For residential customers, that is 18.3% lower than this time last year.
Citizen’s Utility Board […]
By: Cole Lauterbach |
A federal appellate court ruling upheld Illinois’ law directing hundreds of millions of dollars in subsidies to nuclear plants and other green energy incentives.
Want to know much you’d be paying if you were still with ComEd? AG pushes utility to tell you monthly.
By: Steve Daniels |
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is pressing the state’s major electric utilities, including Commonwealth Edison, to prominently display on the bills of customers getting their electricity from unregulated suppliers what they would have paid in dollars and cents if they were getting the juice from utilities.
In a Sept. 5 […]
In a 3-2 decision that drew sharp dissent from two commissioners, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission late Friday rejected both of PJM Interconnection’s proposals to address failures in its capacity markets due to state subsidies supporting preferred generation resources.
Whether to add more renewable energy or to keep struggling emissions-free nuclear […]