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The Top Ten Players in Green Energy: Nos.    1-5

5:   A123 Systems It’s been a little more than a month since the initial public offering (IPO) of lithium-ion battery maker, A123 Systems. So far the stock is still trading above its IPO price. On Monday, November 2nd the stock closed at …

All Cap-and-Trade Is Local

WCI partners and observers Last spring, speaking to a group of MBA students and cleantech and renewable energy investors at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Exelon CEO John Rowe, an ardent defender of cap-and-trade, vowed that carbon pricing was not a matter …

Senate Democrats Kill Cap-and-Trade Bill

Cap -and -trade is officially dead. This afternoon Senate Democrats, in a caucus meeting, decided not to pursue legislation that would seek to cap carbon and other green house gases by pricing them, a market-friendly scheme known as cap-and-trade. This is a clear …

Kerry – Lieberman: The Reaction

Reaction to the Kerry – Lieberman climate change and energy legislation has been positive, largely for being what it is: A solid effort by the U.S. to tackle the climate change issue that comes years after major industrialized nations in Europe rolled out …

Exclusive: Exelon CEO John Rowe Slams Cap and Trade Alternative

Exelon's Rowe: cap and dividend is a no-go Exelon Corp. Chief Executive?John Rowe on Saturday slammed an alternative to cap-and-trade now being considered by Congress and said the EPA’s plan to regulate carbon emissions is a nonstarter. Rowe, who runs one of the …

Exelon’s John Rowe: The Pragmatic Businessman, Favors Cap-and-Trade Over EPA

Rowe:Yes to Cap-and-Trade Just a couple of weeks after pulling his company out of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, John Rowe, CEO of Chicago-based power company Exelon made an impassioned and politically savvy plea for cap-and-trade, saying it was the most effective and …

PG&E, Exelon, PNM Turn Their Back On Corporate Americas Man in Washington…

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, one of Washington’s most powerful lobbying groups, is in crisis mode as three of the country’s largest power companies — San Francisco?s Pacific Gas and Electric, Chicago-based Exelon, New Mexico’s PNM – have all in the past week …