Exelon study levels fresh attack on wind tax credit
Utility giant Exelon is adding fresh ammunition to its campaign against extending the federal wind Production Tax Credit, releasing astudy that documents the low levels of generation from wind farms during some peak electricity demand periods.
The study released Tuesday -- titled "Wind Intermittency and the Production Tax Credit: A High Cost Subsidy for Low Value Power" -- is the second work commissioned by Exelon in as many months to challenge the economics of wind power.
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