Exelon-Pepco merger could create largest U.S. electric utility The proposed merger of Exelon Corporation and Pepco Holdings Inc. would, if approved, create the largest electric utility holding company in the United States as measured by number of customers. The combined 8.5 million customers served by the new Exelon would surpass the number of customers served … Continue reading #Exelon – #Pepco merger could create largest U.S. electric utility
Exelon Closes in on $6.8 Billion Pepco Deal With Settlement Exelon Corp. moved a step closer to completing its $6.8 billion takeover of utility Pepco Holdings Inc. by announcing a settlement with Washington’s mayor. As part of the pact, Exelon would move the headquarters of its corporate strategy and utility operations to the U.S. capital, … Continue reading #Exelon Closes in on $6.8 Billion #Pepco Deal With Settlement
Washington, D.C. and Exelon Are Fighting a Nuclear War for a Greener Future: What’s the Fallout? Thinking that it was a done deal, most in the industry were amazed to find that the merger between Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC) and Pepco Holdings (NYSE: POM) didn’t receive final approval last month. Though federal government agencies and … Continue reading Washington, D.C. and #Exelon Are Fighting a Nuclear War for a Greener Future: What’s the Fallout?
Profit Pressures Push Power Companies To Merge, But Regulators Pose Wildcard Mergers are uncertain marriages. Witness Tuesday’s rejection of the Exelon EXC Corp. and Pepco Holdings POM Deal. That dumping by state regulators, though, may not apply to the Southern Co and AGL Resources GAS proposal announced Monday. It’s all about future growth, although the … Continue reading Profit Pressures Push Power Companies To Merge, But Regulators Pose Wildcard #EXC, #POM, #SO, #GAS