Exelon Corporation engages in the energy generation and delivery businesses in the United States. It owns electric generating facilities, such as nuclear, fossil, and hydroelectric generation facilities, as well as wind and solar photovoltaic facilities. The company was founded in 1887 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.
The utilities sector is made up of companies that provide electricity, natural gas, water, sewage and other services to homes and businesses. Many of these companies are heavily regulated, and include Duke Energy Corp. (DUK), Southern Co. (SO), and American Electric Power Co. Inc. (AEC). Utilities stocks, as represented by the Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLU), have underperformed the broader market, with a total return of -6.0% compared to the S&P 500's total return of 5.7% over the past 12 months. These market performance numbers and the statistics in the tables below are as of June 25.
From endearing bleats and "bahs" to their eco-friendly way of life and nose-to-the-ground work ethic, goats are ideal partners for ComEd. For a second year, more than 200 goats are taking their place among the ComEd ranks for a targeted grazing program, serving as a safer and more sustainable way to clear vegetation in hard-to-reach terrain and helping to ensure reliable power.
To help families and communities recover from the economic challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic, ComEd, the staff of the Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) and a broad group of stakeholders worked to develop a comprehensive customer support package. In approving the parties’ proposed package today, the ICC adopts an approach that reflects unprecedented collaboration between stakeholders and the entire utility sector.
CHICAGO, June 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Relativity, a global legal and compliance technology company, announced today that Fortune 100 energy company Exelon has deployed Relativity Trace to reduce regulatory risk around their energy trading activities and allow their compliance teams to be…
ComEd has restored power to 119,000 customers following a severe storm Tuesday afternoon with high winds, lightning and heavy rain that affected more than 131,000 customers through its service territory. More than 600 employees and contractors continue to work to restore the remaining 11,000 customers. The majority of these customers are expected to be restored by Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. and any other remaining outages from Tuesday’s weather system restored by 11:00 p.m.