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Tag Archives: Maryland Energy Administration

Proposed Constellation-Exelon deal under review

Constellation CEO Mayo Shattuck and Exelon President and Chief Operating Officer Christopher Crane took the stand Monday before Maryland regulators deciding whether to approve a $7.9 billion buyout. Crane and Shattuck took the stand together before the Maryland Public Service ...

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NRG Energy faults electric car charging station plan

A New Jersey energy company with plans to build the first privately funded network of electric car chargers warned state regulators Wednesday that Maryland could harm competition if it wields too heavy a hand in building charging stations. Princeton-based NRG ...

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Week in review: 9/23/11

Daniels details K-8 school plan Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels launched a public campaign Tuesday outlining Hopkins’ plans for the new East Baltimore Community School, which officials hope will attract families to the city’s Middle East neighborhood being redeveloped ...

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Md. Energy Administration opposing BGE acquisition

The Maryland Energy Administration and the administration of Gov. Martin O’Malley are opposing Constellation Energy Group’s $7.9 billion acquisition by Exelon Corp. unless changes are made in the deal. MEA Director Malcolm Woolf said in sworn testimony filed with the ...

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O’Malley appoints 2 to Public Service Commission

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley has appointed two people to the Maryland Public Service Commission. Kevin Hughes has served as the governor’s deputy legislative officer since 2007. He has worked on energy policy for the administration. Before joining O’Malley’s administration, ...

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Advanced Technology & Research Corp. introduces solar-powered car charger

Advanced Technology & Research Corp. of Columbia, an engineering and manufacturing firm, will unveil on Monday a solar-powered pole that gives electric-powered car drivers the ability to recharge their vehicles in a very small space. The company’s 18-foot-tall Solar Power ...

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O’Malley off-shore power proposal runs into headwinds

ANNAPOLIS — The O’Malley administration’s proposal to build off-shore wind turbines to generate electricity faced strong headwinds in the Senate Finance Committee Tuesday. Senators spent almost 2½ hours grilling administration officials about the annual cost to consumers to finance the ...

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