Exelon Corp. restructures its generation and enterprises businesses

Under its new business structure, Exelon will serve as a holding company for a group of subsidiaries. The corporate restructuring separates Exelon’s regulated energy delivery business from its competitive generation and wholesale and other businesses, streamlines the process for managing, operating and tracking financial performance of its multiple lines of business, and aligns its legal and management structure.

ANN ARBOR, Mich., Jan. 12 /PRNewswire/ — DTE Energy Services, a subsidiary of DTE Energy Co. (NYSE: DTE – news), has awarded a contract to The Shaw Group Inc. to provide engineering, procurement and construction services to install a fourth 80-megawatt electric power unit at the Georgetown Station in suburban Indianapolis, bringing the plant capacity to 320 megawatts (MW). Shaw’s subsidiary, Stone & Webster Inc. will execute the engineering and construction.

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