Exelon has one of the nation’s cleanest and lowest-cost power generation portfolios, with 55 percent nuclear, 28 percent natural gas and 9 percent hydro, wind, solar and other clean generation. Exelon has made numerous investments to prepare for the nation’s transition to cleaner air as the Clean Air Act is enforced. The company is executing a plan to invest billions of dollars in cost-efficient, clean energy projects between 2010 and 2015, including a comprehensive nuclear uprate program to further increase its clean generation portfolio. In addition, the company manages load response programs for commercial and industrial customers across the Unites States and Canada.
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Exelon says that it has joined environmental organizations, community leaders, business groups, and lawmakers in supporting legislation that will preserve and expand clean energy in Illinois, put the state on track to achieve 100% carbon-free power for customers in northern Illinois and meet statewide commitments under the U.S. Climate Alliance. The legislation also guarantees that customers… [Read More]
GE announced an enterprise-wide software agreement with Exelon, a Fortune 100 energy company. This agreement includes integration and deployment of GE’s entire suite of Predix* software applications across Exelon Generation’s fleet of wind, solar, hydroelectric, nuclear, and natural gas facilities. The digital technology will be used to improve power plant reliability and performance. The software agreement is also a… [Read More]
Renewable Energy Systems (RES), a leader in the development, engineering, construction, and operation of wind and energy storage projects, announced the sale of the Bluestem Wind Project toExelon Generation, one of the nation’s leading power producers. Exelon Generation is the nation’s 12th largest wind producer with a combined 1,500 megawatts of wind generation and more… [Read More]