Stop Exelon

Settlement a bad deal!

Mayor Bowser’s decision to settle with Exelon does nothing to change the fundamental conflict of interest identified by the Public Service Commission in their unanimous rejection of this bad deal. Allowing Exelon to take over Pepco will take money out of the pockets of D.C. ratepayers while providing them no tangible benefit. It will also harm the ability of D.C. residents to develop their own clean, cost-effective energy.

Click here to tell the Public Service Commission to open a new case to review this back room deal.

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