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.
No turns to yes. An agreement with the state allows a proposed merger between Constellation Energy and Exelon to move forward. And it could benefit BGE customers.
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.
Maryland’s governor says he can’t support the proposed $7.9 billion takeover of Baltimore’s Constellation Energy by Chicago’s Exelon Corp.
French energy firm Electricite de France spelled out its opposition to a proposed $7.9 billion takeover of Constellation Energy in a filing with Maryland regulators.
The public can comment on the proposed $7.9 billion takeover of Baltimore’s Constellation Energy at public hearings that begin this week.
Constellation Energy and Exelon say their shareholders have approved the proposed $7.9 billion merger of the two companies.
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.
Maryland’s top utility regulator questioned Exelon’s president about the company’s past, asking if it would be good corporate citizen if a proposed $7.9 billion takeover of Constellation Energy is approved.