Exelon Protest September 17th

We are days away from protecting D.C.’s electricity bills, our progress on clean energy and our energy independence – but Exelon wants to change all of that. Next Thursday, September 17, please help us keep the Public Service Commission’s ruling intact!

Join us at noon on September 17 in front of the Wilson Building at 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue to tell Mayor Bowser to stand her ground against Chicago-based energy giant Exelon as it tries to breathe new life into its nearly-dead bid to take over Pepco.

Last month, D.C. scored a big victory when the Public Service Commission unanimously rejected Exelon’s attempt to take over Pepco. Their decision made it clear that this merger is not in the public interest. But our fight isn’t quite over.

Exelon has indicated they will try and push their bad deal through. A key step for Exelon would be for them to reach a back room deal with Mayor Bowser and the D.C. Government. Please don’t let that happen!

Next Thursday at noon, join us in front of the Wilson Building to show Mayor Bowser that we stand together against this bad deal for D.C. – and we won’t let Exelon sneak it under the door at the last minute.

Just since August 24, hundreds of letters have been sent to Mayor Bowser urging her to stand firm – now it’s time to show our strength. We can protect D.C. residents from higher bills and keep the District heading toward cleaner, more efficient power.

Join us next Thursday and let’s make sure Exelon stays out of D.C.!


Green Neighbors, for the Power DC Coalition

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