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Exelon Corp. (NY: EXC)
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April 18, 2014
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Exelon Corporation (EXC), one of the nation's largest electric utilities, fulfills its Constellation-merger conditions by deciding to sale three of its Maryland based coal fired power...(read more)
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Exelon Corp's acquisition of the Baltimore-based energy company gives Exelon a nationwide consumer base, with operations in 47 states, Washington D.C. and Canada, and makes them the second largest utility by market capitalization behind Southern Company.
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Introduction: Exelon Corporation (NYSE:EXC) was incorporated in 1999 and is engaged in generation of electricity in United States. Based in Chicago, Illinois,...(read more)
Exelon Energy Corp (EXC) Company Overview

Exelon Corp. is one of the nation's largest electrical utilities, with over 5.4 million retail customers and over 33,000 Megawatts in energy capacity (1 MW can power approximately 500 homes; for example, a city the size of Seattle can consume 1,100 MW at any given moment in time.) In the first quarter of 2010 Exelon reported operating revenues of $4.46B and operating income of $1.4B and in 2009 operating revenues and operating income were $17.3B and $4.8B, respectively.[1][2] Exelon delivers energy to millions of retail customers in Pennsylvania and Illinois and generates energy for wholesale delivery to retail suppliers throughout the nation.[3]

PECO and ComEd comprise Exelon's retail utility segment. PECO delivers electricity and gas to almost 2 million customers in the southeastern portion of Pennsylvania, including the city of Philadelphia. ComEd delivers electricity to 3.7 million customers in northern Illinois. The future success of both subsidiaries depends largely on U.S. Energy Regulations and their respective regulatory environments. ComEd, in particular, faces some uncertainty as Illinois nears the end of a 10 year legislative rate freeze on energy prices. If Illinois moves from government regulated prices to market based pricing, ComEd could see a significant boost to earnings. On the other hand, continuation of rate freeze legislation could pose a serious threat to the company.

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