Exelon Plans to Close Two Uneconomic Illinois Nuclear Stations This Fall

Exelon Plans to Close Two Uneconomic Illinois Nuclear Stations This Fall

Exelon Plans to Close Two Uneconomic Illinois Nuclear Stations This Fall

SUGAR LAND--August 4, 2021--Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--The $1 trillion bipartisan draft infrastructure bill wending its way through Congress contains about $6 billion to support economically struggling nuclear power plants, but it's not enough, and not in time, to save two economically challenged nuclear plants in Illinois -- the Byron Nuclear Power Station and the Dresden Nuclear Power Station -- from closing in September and November, respectively, according to Exelon Corporation (NYSE:EXC) (Chicago, Illinois).

Within this article: Status of legislation aimed at saving the Byron and Dresden nuclear power stations

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