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Exelon Corp. (EXC) shares information

Exelon Corp.

24h Change

1.83 %


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Stock data per Friday 15 Jan, 2021

0.78 (+ 1.83%)
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  • Latest Volume

    5,060,904 (16.92 %)

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  • Today high

    43.48 USD

  • Today low

    42.135 USD

  • 52 week high

    48.53 USD

  • 52 week low

    29.1 USD

  • YTD Change

    + 4.53 %

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Latest news about Exelon Corp.

Below you can find the most recent news posts about Exelon Corp., primarily from US and UK based news sources.

RBC Capital Stick to Their Buy Rating for Exelon By Investing.com

Friday, 15 January 2021, 03:07:34
RBC Capital Stick to Their Buy Rating for Exelon
— Investing.com

Almost All New US Power Plants in 2021 Will Be Carbon-Free

Thursday, 14 January 2021, 15:00:00
Wind and solar make up a small share of U.S. electricity production today, but they're poised to supply 70 percent of new power plant capacity built this year. That's not according to pro-solar activists or industry trade groups. It's the calculation of the federal government. Solar will deliver the most new capacity, with 39 percent, according to the latest tally by the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Wind follows close behind with 31 percent. The long-awaited Vogtle nuclear plant in Georgia could finally wrap up one of its reactors this year, contributing another 3 percent. And battery storage will grow to 11 percent of new capacity, with a carbon impact determined by the cleanliness of the electricity that charges them. Natural gas, the dominant fuel source for U.S. electricity, is only expected to account for 16 percent of new power plant capacity. Almost all of those gas generators are popping up in Texas, Ohio or Pennsylvania, the EIA noted. This tabulation spans competitive markets and states where monopoly utilities call the shots.
— Green Technology Media

Proterra to Take Heavy-Duty Electric Vehicle Business Public via SPAC Transaction

Tuesday, 12 January 2021, 16:46:00
Proterra, builder of electric buses, heavy-duty vehicle drivetrains, batteries and charging systems, plans to go public on the NASDAQ exchange via merger with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), the latest in a string of EV companies seeking access to public market financing to meet growing demand. Tuesday’s announcement sets the Burlingame, Calif.-based company on a course to merge with ArcLight Clean Transition Corp., with $415 million in private investment in public equity (PIPE) commitments led by Daimler Trucks, as well as Franklin Templeton, Chamath Palihapitiya, Fidelity Management & Research and, and funds and accounts managed by private equity firm BlackRock. The transaction is expected to raise $825 million in cash and set an enterprise value of $1.6 billion for Proterra, which will trade under the ticker symbol PTRA. The company, founded in , has raised about $682 million from investors including Kleiner Perkins, Daimler, Generation Investment Management, Tao Capital Partners, Soros Fund Management, Cowen Sustaimable Advisors, GM Ventures, and utility Exelon's Constellation power retailing unit.
— Green Technology Media

NextEra Makes ‘Long Play’ on Fleet Electrification with eIQ Mobility Acquisition

Monday, 14 December 2020, 15:10:00
Startup eIQ Mobility built software to help fleet operators game out when it makes sense to convert vehicles to electric. But it lacked the balance sheet to follow through on those recommendations with the necessary engineering, equipment installation, and energy management. Now it has a financially able partner in NextEra Energy Resources, the leading renewables developer and sister company to regulated utility Florida Power & Light. NextEra acquired eIQ this week via its distributed energy division, which means that it can now bundle fleet electrification with the distributed solar and energy storage services the company already provides. The investment reflects a “toe in the water” strategy to “get smart in the space” while the fleet electrification trend is still young, said Chelle Izzi, executive director of distributed generation at NextEra Energy Resources. “We’re convinced they were best in class,” Izzi said in a Thursday interview. “They made a conscious decision to lead with this [total cost of ownership] analysis tool…
— Green Technology Media

Report: Evergy Rebuffs NextEra Energy’s $15B Acquisition Offer

Tuesday, 10 November 2020, 19:16:00
Midwestern utility Evergy rebuffed a $15 billion acquisition bid from NextEra Energy, according to a report from Reuters. If accurate, the news marks the latest unsuccessful attempt by the U.S. renewable energy leader to take advantage of its high stock price to expand its roster of regulated utilities. Evergy representatives did not immediately reply to Greentech Media’s request for comment on Reuters’ anonymously sourced report, which stated that the all-stock acquisition offer was rejected by Evergy in recent days. Debbie Larsson, a spokesperson for NextEra Energy, said in a Tuesday interview with Greentech Media that the company does not comment on market rumors as a matter of policy. Evergy, which serves 1.6 million customers in Kansas and Missouri, was formed in 2018 by the merger of Westar Energy and Kansas City Power & Light parent company Great Plains Energy. It was under pressure from shareholder Elliott Management Corp. to seek a buyer last year, but its board of directors acted to forestall the prospect of a takeover.
— Green Technology Media

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