Schumer was crucial to the sale of GINNA to the French!
Your utility bills could be rising because of the increasing costs to keep the Ginna Nuclear Power Plant running.
According to a report from Bloomberg News, Exelon, the plant’s operator, would have to charge almost 83-percent over the wholesale energy cost to make a profit at Ginna.
In a filing with the state, Exelon says that keeping Ginna in operation would cost the average RG&E customer $18 more per month.
State regulators face a deadline of next week to decide on a contract to keep Ginna running.