Exelon is asking for special legislation to increase electric bills statewide and boost revenue for three nuclear power plants it says are struggling. But Crain's Chicago Business reports that one of those plants could get a windfall due to skyrocketing Ameren electric rates this summer.
This week CUB released an analysis showing how the Illinois Clean Jobs bill could save consumers $1.6 billion by the time it's fully implemented. Don't delay: Urge your legislators to support this bill!
A new CUB analysis shows that the Illinois Clean Jobs bill would spark $1.6 billion in customer savings (nearly $100 a year) by the time it's fully implemented in 2030. Read our release, and send a message to your legislators.
Crain's Chicago Business reports that ComEd has announced a rate cut. CUB says that's good news, but we're still concerned that ComEd's parent company, Exelon, is pushing legislation that could raise our electric bills by an estimated $300 million a year. Read our statement.
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Thousands of CUB Action Network members have sent messages to Illinois legislators asking them to reject Exelon's proposal to add $300 million a year in surcharges to ComEd and Ameren power bills. Add your name today.