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Jul 20, 2018

Delaware, Maryland granted transmission line cost rehearing

The Federal Regulatory Commission on Thursday granted a rehearing sought by Delaware and Maryland officials over planned cost allocations for a $278 million regional electric transmission line project.

Aug 28, 2012

Regional power line killed after 5 years of plans

FREDERICK — An effort to build a $2 billion regional power transmission line from West Virginia to Maryland has officially ended. The board of regional power grid planner PJM Interconnection has formally removed the project from future plans. A spokesman tells the Frederick News Post the final decision to kill the project was made Friday. […]

Jul 13, 2012

New analyses show PATH project may not be needed

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The regional grid operator for West Virginia and 12 other states says there may no longer be a need for the Potomac-Appalachian Transmission Highline. The State Journal says analyses by PJM Interconnection may not support construction of the $2 billion transmission line from West Virginia to Maryland. PATH was proposed in 2007 […]

Dec 21, 2011

Exelon, Constellation settle with Justice Department

Exelon Corp.’s proposed $7.9 billion acquisition of Constellation Energy Group got another keystone approval Wednesday in the form of a settlement with the Department of Justice over competition concerns. The companies agreed to sell three electricity generating plants in Maryland. Chicago-based Exelon and Baltimore-based Constellation had already agreed to sell three plants as part of […[...]

Jul 25, 2011

2,500 terminate enrollment in BGE PeakRewards program

About 2,500 customers have terminated their enrollment in Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.’s PeakRewards program after their air conditioning was cut off for hours during one of the hottest day of the year. The PeakRewards program was started in 2007 to help customers save money while reducing energy use. The program offsets air conditioner demand […]

Feb 28, 2011

PJM Interconnection puts $2 billion PATH line on hold

The three-year effort to prove the need for a new, $2.1 billion regional high-voltage power line ground to a halt on Monday after the companies behind it pulled their applications to build the line. PJM Interconnection, which regulates the power supply in Maryland and 12 other states and the District of Columbia, called for a […]

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