Exelon Corp. will pay $400,000 for inadvertent power trading violations during its takeover of Constellation Energy Group Inc.
A Constellation Energy executive bought Michael Phelps’ Baltimore townhome for nearly $450,000 less than the Olympic swimmer paid for the property.
Exelon’s proposed takeover of Constellation Energy crossed another hurdle Thursday when the Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved the $7.9 billion deal.
Maryland’s consumer advocate says Exelon’s proposed $7.9 billion takeover of Constellation Energy is still not in the public’s interest, despite the two companies’ recent settlement with Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration.
When Constellation Energy and Exelon Energy merge, their combined corporate headquarters will be in Chicago, but some of their businesses will remain in Baltimore.
Electricite de France says it is dropping opposition to Exelon Corp.’s takeover of Baltimore-based Constellation Energy Group, Inc.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley says a settlement with Exelon Corp. over its proposed $7.9 billion takeover of Baltimore’s Constellation Energy includes significantly more benefits for the state than the company initially proposed.
The public can comment on the proposed $7.9 billion takeover of Baltimore’s Constellation Energy at public hearings that begin this week.
Promises to build more renewable energy sites in Maryland as part of the proposed sale of Constellation Energy to Chicago’s Exelon Corp. are drawing opposition in western Maryland.
Exelon and Constellation Energy’s top executives are appearing before Maryland regulators for a third straight day in Baltimore.
Exelon wanted to offer to build more renewable energy as part of its $7.9 billion bid for Constellation, the company’s president testified Tuesday as top executives for both appeared for a second day before Maryland regulators.
The two CEOs working to merge Constellation Energy and Exelon spent their day trying to convince state regulators it’s a good deal for BGE customers.