A day after Exelon Corp. CEO Chris Crane had a White House meeting with President Trump, a pair of Illinois Republicans are seeking their own sit-down with the utility executive to discuss what has become a familiar subject in the Land of Lincoln — struggling nuclear plants.
Performance throughout the regional grid territory was good, thanks in large part to planning.
The decision by federal energy regulators will affect how the state makes long-range plans for nuclear, renewable power.
Almost a decade after FERC tried to smooth the path for transmission that crosses RTO seams, developers say little progress has been made.
FirstEnergy’s request for an emergency order isn’t the only play to bolster coal and nuclear plants at customers’ expense.