The Illinois utility has partnered with a California company called Xage to test out its blockchain-based software.
Supporters split the bipartisan proposals into separate bills this session in hopes of overcoming opposition.
Unlike the first phase, ComEd isn’t legally obligated to use renewables, but the company says it will seriously consider them as it reviews proposals.
The legislation would prohibit standby fees but allows an “equitable” cost of service charge by utilities.
Amid complaints that the state’s current law is unworkable, legislators revive a vetoed bill under a new governor.