Tell the General Assembly: Say NO to Exelon

  • ComEd-parent Exelon has made $20 billion in profits over the last decade. But now the company is lobbying legislators to give it a revenue boost that would raise ComEd and Ameren power bills by an estimated $300 million a year.

  • If it doesn’t get its way, Exelon has said it may have to close some of its six Illinois nuclear power plants. But nothing in the Exelon bill (SB 1585 and HB 3293) guarantees that the company will keep the plants open. And so far the company has refused to release any details about the financial condition of the plants.

  • The legislation would add a new surcharge on Ameren and ComEd electric bills in 2016 to provide it with more revenue. All customers would pay this charge, even if they have an alternative supplier.

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Say NO to Exelon

Dear [Decision Maker],

As a utility customer who has seen my costs increase year after year, I am deeply concerned about Exelon's plan to raise our power bills by an estimated $300 million a year.



Please, stand up for Illinois families and say NO to Exelon's plan.

Sincerely,
[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]

 
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