Utility launches $6 billion expansion program

The growth strategy for the decade is designed to address Wisconsin’s growing electric energy supply needs and improve the company’s financial strength.

CHICAGO, Sept. 14, 2000 — Commonwealth Edison hit two milestones recently in the company’s continuing efforts to improve reliability. First, ComEd is on schedule as it reaches the halfway point of the two-year, $1.5 billion reliability improvement plan it launched on September 15, 1999, after last summer’s series of outages. Second, ComEd reported that the number of outages per customer this summer is down 19 percent from the same time last year, while the average duration of outages per customer declined by 25 percent.

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