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Exelon Op-Ed: States drive carbon policy forward by electrifying transportation sector

In the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, nine states have worked collaboratively to reduce emissions in generation through the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, now in its 10th year. A number of states are looking to build on RGGI's success through a first-of-its kind emissions allow­ance program for transportation, responsible for over 40 percent of carbon emissions in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. 

Understanding cybersecurity for non-technical utility executives

After all, when a cyber incident occurs, it is you, the leaders of the utility, who will be questioned on what happened, how the breach could have possibly occurred, why it wasn't prevented, and how you are responding and recovering.

Pepco utilities mark 3 years as Exelon companies

Satisfaction among customers has continued to improve during the last three years, according to Exelon

Utility CEO testifies to U.S. House on need to develop diverse clean energy workforce

The subcommittee was mulling over the "The Blue Collar to Green Collar Jobs Development Actd of 2019," introduced by Energy Subcommittee Chairman Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) earlier in the week. 

Energy’s Way Forward: Interview with Constellation CEO Jim McHugh

Renewable energy thrives in states that are mandating clean energy goals, but Exelon is also seeing more and more companies demanding renewable power purchase agreements outside of the regulatory edicts.

DOE cybersecurity exercise focuses on grid syncing after cyber attack

Perry said: 'It's in our national security interest to continue to protect these sources of energy'

Digital Power Evolution: Taking the Grid on its 21st Century Journey

The truth is, utilities are in a tough spot. They didn't ask for the rise of prosumers and cyber threats, nor the complications that have come with consumer electricity demands. There is a light at the end of the tunnel—it starts and ends with digital innovation

Digital Power Evolution: Taking the Grid on its 21st Century Journey

A POWERGRID International exclusive: The truth is, utilities are in a tough spot. They didn't ask for the rise of prosumers and cyber threats, nor the complications that have come with consumer electricity demands. There is a light at the end of the tunnel—it starts and ends with digital innovation.

DOE project unites GE-Hitachi, Exelon, Bechtel for nuclear venture

The team includes GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, Exelon Generation, Bechtel and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and will look at new ways to simplify reactor design and reduce plant construction costs. The effort also will examine ways to lower operations and maintenance costs for the GE-Hitachi BWRX-300, a 300-MW small modular reactor.

GE, Microsoft partner on internet of things projects

According to Gartner, companies have evolved from "talking about" to implementing IoT proofs of concept and pilots