The BIGGEST deals of 2011

Murphy, H. Lee
February 2012
Crain's Chicago Business;2/6/2012, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p0020
The article focuses on the acquisition of Constellation Energy Group Inc. by Exelon Corp. for 7.74 billion dollars. It is noted that Exelon promised to develop upward of 300 megawatts of new generating capacity in Maryland, with more than half that involving renewable energy in the latest settlement. It is mentioned that it an announcement by Exelon was made in mid-December 2011 regarding the raising of its promised package of regional benefits to more than 1 billion dollars.


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