Exelon Corporation is an American energy producer, trader, and distributor headquartered in the Chase Tower in the Chicago Loop area of Chicago, Illinois, US. It was created in October 2000 by the merger of PECO Energy Company and Unicom, of Philadelphia and Chicago respectively. Unicom owned Commonwealth Edison. Exelon operates regulated utilities in Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. In October 2009, Exelon had full or majority ownership of 17 nuclear reactors in 10 nuclear power plants. Wikipedia.
News Article | May 8, 2017
PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Employees from across PECO advanced the local region and celebrated National Volunteer Week by participating in more than 35 employee-led service projects across southeastern Pennsylvania. Throughout the week, more than 700 employees volunteered 2,500 hours in the communities where they live and work. These projects included renewing green spaces, serving meals to families in need, and educating children about science. “Through our service projects, we are proud to support so many local nonprofit organizations that make our communities a better place for our customers,” said Romona Riscoe Benson, Director of Corporate Relations at PECO. “Our employee volunteerism with local nonprofits and civic organizations extends well beyond National Volunteer Week, and will remain a guiding principle of our company.” National Volunteer Week is an annual, nationwide celebration of people working to improve their communities through volunteer service. For the 11th consecutive year, PECO employees organized community service projects for more than 900 employees, family members and friends to participate in throughout April. In addition to National Volunteer Week, PECO employees organized more than 55 volunteer service projects, recruited and engaged over 750 employees, and contributed more than 2,500 hours of service to the community throughout the entire month of April. This year, employees from PECO and its parent company Exelon, participated in more than 125 community service projects throughout the month. The projects focused on education, environmental stewardship, diversity and inclusion, and community enrichment. In addition to PECO, National Volunteer Week included employee-led service projects from across the Exelon family of companies including: ComEd in Illinois, Constellation and BGE in Maryland, Pepco in Washington D.C., Delmarva Power in Delaware, Atlantic City Electric in New Jersey, and Exelon Generation and Exelon Business Services Company in the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Texas. PECO is one of the Greater Philadelphia region’s most active corporate citizens, providing more than $6 million in grant support annually to hundreds of educational, environmental, arts and culture, and community development organizations. Through PECO’s Energy for the Community corporate citizenship program, PECO employees gave nearly 21,000 hours of time and talent as board members, coaches and volunteers to support community nonprofit organizations in 2016. PECO, founded in 1881, is Pennsylvania’s largest electric and natural gas utility. Headquartered in Philadelphia, PECO delivers energy to more than 1.6 million electric customers and more than 516,000 natural gas customers in southeastern, Pennsylvania. The company’s 2,500 employees are dedicated to the safe and reliable delivery of electricity and natural gas as well as enhanced energy management conservation, environmental stewardship and community assistance. The company also has an estimated annual economic impact of $4.3 billion in Pennsylvania, supporting more than 8,700 local jobs and producing $732 million in labor income. PECO is a subsidiary of Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC), the nation's only Fortune 100 utility and leading competitive energy provider. For more information visit PECO.com, and connect with the company on Facebook and Twitter. If you are a member of the media and would like to receive PECO news releases via email, please send your email address to PECO.Communication@exeloncorp.com.
News Article | May 1, 2017
Webb served in the CFO role since joining the company in 2002. For the past 15 years, he helped shape the CMS Energy strategy to deliver consistent financial results. Under Webb's leadership, the Company's market capitalization increased to more than $12.7 billion today from a low of $503 million in 2003, with 14 consecutive years of exceeding earnings' expectations. "During his tenure, Tom embraced the challenge the company faced and helped our team with a successful financial transformation," said Patti Poppe, President and CEO of CMS Energy and Consumers Energy. "In part due to his strategic leadership, and tenacious focus on customers AND investors, we are now recognized by investors worldwide as a company that delivers consistent, industry-leading financial performance." Hayes joined ITC in Novi, MI as Vice President, Finance and Treasurer in 2012 and served as Chief Financial Officer from 2014 to 2016. In his role as CFO, Hayes was responsible for the company's accounting, tax, mergers and acquisitions, internal audit, investor relations, treasury, financial planning and analysis, management reporting and risk management functions. He most recently co-led the strategic review that resulted in the sale of ITC to Fortis Inc., a leading North American utility holding company. Under Hayes' tenure as CFO, ITC's market capitalization increased from approximately $4.7 billion to $7 billion. Prior to joining ITC Holdings Corp., Hayes held strategy and financial leadership roles for Exelon Corporation, Lazard Freres & Co., Banc of America Securities and Merrill Lynch. He earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and a bachelor's degree from Amherst College. "Rejji brings critical utility and public company CFO experience and much of the same strategy and financial acumen that Tom provided to benefit customers and investors," added Poppe. "We're pleased to have him join our team to continue delivering world class performance." For more information on CMS Energy, please visit our website at www.cmsenergy.com. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/cms-energy-and-consumers-energy-executive-vice-president-and-chief-financial-officer-tom-webb-named-vice-chairman-rejji-hayes-joins-cms-energy-and-consumers-energy-as-executive-vice-president-and-chief-financial-officer-300448571.html
Exelon Corporation | Date: 2013-07-31
An X-ray inspection device including means for ensuring complete imaging of every article that passes through the X-ray inspection device. Methods of using the X-ray inspection device are also described.
Exelon Corporation | Date: 2015-02-19
A system is provided for simulating an operating environment of a power plant control room (e.g., a nuclear power plant control room). The system may include a simulator configured to simulate the operating environment of the control room, and a simulation computer in communication with the simulator, wherein the simulation computer may he configured to perform a plurality of real-time calculations associated with modeling the operating environment of the control room. The simulator and the simulation computer may include only standard off-the-shelf components.
Exelon Corporation | Date: 2015-05-26
Described herein are embodiments of an electrical terminal test point that can be temporarily attached to an electrical terminal (e.g., terminal block) in order to provide an interface between the test leads/jumpers of a test device and the electrical contact points of the electrical terminal. In one aspect, embodiments of the electrical terminal test point provide a shield for the electrical contact points of the electrical terminal (whether or not being used for testing) from inadvertent contact and prevents test leads/jumpers of test device from accidentally falling of or being knocked off of their contact points. Electrical terminal test point can be installed and removed without affecting the electrical connections made by electrical terminal (e.g., without removing terminal screws of electrical terminal).
Exelon Corporation and Industrial Idea Partners | Date: 2014-05-27
The present invention is a novel method for removing tritium oxide contamination from a solution with water. The method captures the tritium oxide in a much smaller volume suitable for economical disposal. In so doing the original water is decontaminated of the tritium oxide and may be discharged.
Exelon Corporation | Date: 2013-10-01
Described herein are systems and methods of emergency lighting comprising one or more light emitting diode (LED) lamps with a low-maintenance or maintenance-free battery. In one aspect, the battery is a sealed lead-acid battery. In one aspect, the battery is an absorbent glass mat (AGM) battery. In one aspect, the LED lamps can be a part of a LED assembly that can include an integrated voltage regulator. In one aspect, the one or more lamps are parabolic aluminized reflector luminares, or PAR lights such as PAR 46 light assemblies.
Exelon Corporation and Industrial Idea Partners | Date: 2013-07-11
Disclosed herein are methods and systems for removing tritium oxide from a mixture comprising water. The method captures the tritium oxide in a much smaller volume suitable for economical disposal. The decontaminated water may be then be discharged.
Exelon Corporation | Date: 2013-10-07
Systems and methods for managing electric power are disclosed. In an aspect, a system can comprise plasma disposed in a housing and a pair of helical electrodes disposed in the housing, wherein an electric current passing through the pair of electrodes induces a rotation in the plasma.
Exelon Corporation | Date: 2012-07-13
An connection apparatus for fishing tackle that is adapted to allow the securement of the apparatus to a fishing line by the half-hitch, overhand knot or any other low dexterity knot through the use of at least one dual conical bores passing through the body of the apparatus. The apparatus generally incorporates another fishing tackle article such as a hook or split ring but can also be utilized alone when made of a suitable floating material. The configuration of the dual conical bores in relation to each other and in relation to the linear axis of the apparatus, lends itself to different purposes and different methods of securing different fishing tackle articles to the connection apparatus. With the use of a simple linear connector, two connection apparatuses may be adjoined to allow fishing lines of different sizes to be connected.