Exelon CEO opposes new incentives for wind energy

Instead of offering new incentives for nuclear, wind and solar energy, the U.S. should increase its consumption of natural gas power generation, said John Rowe, chairman and CEO of Exelon. Gas production "is already jump-starting the transition to clean energy," and policies and credits for other sources aren't necessary, Rowe said at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C.

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