Exelon Chairman, President, and CEO John W. Rowe, on the proposed merger that would create the largest utility in the United States.
Experts debate the risks of a proposed acquisition that would increase the largest nuclear fleet in the country.
Three ways to value nuclear power plants for buyers and sellers.
Appraisers don't make the market-they reflect it. But when the market speaks, appraisers listen. The appraiser must use judgment, experience, and common sense to correlate the final conclusion of value for a subject plant, basing the conclusion on market indicators.
Letters to the Editor
To the Editor:
After 10 years of waiting, some experts say a Republican-controlled Congress and a patriotic mood will make the difference in passing energy legislation this year.
Could this be the year that Congress passes a comprehensive national energy bill? That's the question on the mind of the utilities industry. Some say with Republicans controlling both the U.S. House and Senate-not to mention the presidency-the prospects for comprehensive energy legislation are bright. But some pundits are not so sure.
Giving Up the Corner Office
looks back at 2002's Golden Executive Parachutes. We wish them good luck on the golf course.
Doing It Without Chuck (who made do with a $33 million severance package)
"The real leaders are those that figure out how to get things done beyond what they could get done themselves."
Green With Envy: Rationalization and a $7.6 million severance package
By Lori A. Burkhart
Gas-fired power is king today, but fuel diversity needs and new technologies may open the door for nuclear and coal.
The nation's demand for electricity is expected to grow by over 40 percent in the next 20 years, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA). Meeting that need will require a great number of new generating plants. The burning question is, what will fuel these new plants?
Congress needs to uphold the president's designation for a nuclear waste disposal site.