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Pritzker’s energy policy promises 40% renewable power by 2030. But Illinois has fallen short of earlier targets.

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The credits, which are sold separately from the energy itself but entitle the buyer to claim its environmental benefits, each represent 1 megawatt-hour of electricity. For context, the average ComEd customer, using bundled electric service, consumes a little less than seven megawatt-hours of electricity per year, according to the ICC.

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