Exelon Corp., PECO and ComEd CP notes rated F2 by Fitch

A joint bank credit facility is in place to support 100% of outstanding notes. The $2 billion 364 day revolving credit agreement includes initial borrowing limits of $1 billion for Exelon Corp., $800 million for PECO and $200 million for ComEd. Bank One is the lead bank.

MONTREAL, Dec. 20, 2000 (PRNewswire) – Olameter today announced that it has put the finishing touches on a deal that will have far-reaching implications for electric utilities and many other service providers.

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