Are Exelon Shareholders in for a $160 Million Payday?

The lack of a new waste management entity could soon benefit nuclear operator Exelon if a U.S. Court of Appeals ruling ends the DOE's collection of a $1 per MWh charge related to covering costs of the national waste facility that no longer exists in Yucca Mountain. The ruling is now headed to the U.S. Supreme Court. 

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