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Exelon Corporation


Self Description

August 2006: "Exelon Corporation is one of the nation’s largest electric utilities with approximately 5.2 million customers and more than $15 billion in annual revenues. The company has one of the industry’s largest portfolios of electricity generation capacity, with a nationwide reach and strong positions in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic. Exelon distributes electricity to approximately 5.2 million customers in Illinois and Pennsylvania and natural gas to more than 470,000 customers in southeastern Pennsylvania. Exelon is headquartered in Chicago and trades on the NYSE under the ticker EXC."

http://www.exeloncorp.com/news/pressrelease/corporate/073106A.htm

Third-Party Descriptions

Relationships

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Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) Organization Aug 7, 2006

Articles and Resources

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Nov 19, 2009 Zombie Nuke Plants

QUOTE: More than half of America's nuclear plants have received new twenty-year operating licenses. In fact, the NRC has not rejected a single license-renewal application. Many of these plants have also received "power up-rates" that allow them to run at up to 120 percent of their originally intended capacity. That means their systems are subjected to unprecedented amounts of heat, pressure, corrosion, stress and embrittling radiation.

Nation
Jun 10, 2009 Lobbyists unlimited in honoring lawmakers

QUOTE: Despite a ban on gifts to lawmakers and limits on campaign contributions, lobbyists and groups that employ them can spend unlimited money to honor members of Congress or donate to non-profits connected to them or their relatives.

USA TODAY
May 31, 2007 401(k) Fee Suits Over High Cost to Employees on the Rise

QUOTE: Litigation concerning excessive administrative fees charged to employees by their 401(k) plans is heating up and adding a new twist...more recent suits focus on those [fees--Ed.] charged for annuities.

National Law Journal, The (NLJ)