In an important permitting milestone, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) has issued a Draft Air Quality Permit that finds the Medway Peaker Project is in compliance with their air quality permitting standards.
In September the Town of Medway Fire Department received a new dry chemical truck that augments its emergency response resources and better enables Medway firefighters to fight a broad range of fires. The funds used to purchase this emergency response vehicle were provided to Medway from Exelon Generation.
Mark Rodgers was named Exelon Generation’s new Communications Manager for the Northeast Region in June and has been meeting with local officials and residents in Medway. Mark and his family live fairly close by, in Dedham, Massachusetts.
Do you remember August 11th? The afternoon began with the Town of Medway posting a Heat Advisory from the National Weather Service predicting a heat index of 100°. And as the thermostat climbed, so too did the use of air conditioning, causing electric demand to rise rapidly.
Our project team continues to work with state and local authorities to ensure our proposed peaker expansion meets all regulatory requirements. Over the last several months, area residents and officials have provided important input on our proposals, enabling us to further improve our plans for the proposed facility.