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Climate Pollution Rules

The merger, if approved, will give Exelon a near monopoly in the Mid-Atlantic region and could mean higher prices and worse service for consumers.  

The U.S. government has issued a plan to end dumping unlimited carbon pollution into our air from power plants. Read Public Citizen's response to the Clean Power Plan.


No Dirty Energy Bailouts

Texas Clean Energy

Dirty energy companies in Ohio, Illinois and New York are seeking bailouts to guarantee the utilities profit at the expense of ratepayers and clean energy.  
Public Citizen Texas works on policy that will lower electric bills, increase clean and renewable sources of energy, and combat greenhouse gas emissions.

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