Exelon is one of Maryland’s largest employers and remains one of its top contributors to charitable and economic development organizations providing support to communities across the state. After merging with Constellation Energy in 2012, Exelon expanded its presence in the state with the addition of Constellation, BGE and BGE Home.
Exelon employs approximately 7,000 people in Maryland. Exelon’s Maryland companies contributed more than $440 million to the state via tax payments in 2012. Exelon Generation has also expanded its fleet with the addition of nine fossil power plants, and Maryland’s first wind energy project. Through Constellation’s nuclear joint venture with EDF Group (CENG), we now own a 50.01% share of the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Plant, which operates two nuclear units in Lusby, Md.
BGE safely and reliably delivers electricity to more than 1.2 million customers and natural gas to more than 655,000 customers in central Maryland.
BGE HOME is one of the largest energy service providers to residential customers in central Maryland. It provides a full spectrum of heating, air conditioning, appliance, efficiency and home improvement products and services.
Constellation is a leading supplier of electricity and natural gas to residential and business customers coast-to-coast, including about two-thirds of the companies listed on the Fortune 100 index. Headquartered in Baltimore, Constellation is a leading provider of innovative energy products and services aimed at helping businesses make more efficient use of energy.
Constellation Energy Nuclear Group LLC (CENG), Constellation’s nuclear joint venture with EDF, owns five nuclear power units in Maryland and New York.
Exelon is working to minimize the Conowingo plant’s impact on wildlife. The hydro plant currently operates two fish lifts. The west lift, adjacent to the right abutment, is currently operated under an agreement with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) for American shad egg production and other research purposes. The newer east lift, which uses regulating gate bays for attraction flow, is used primarily to pass American shad and other migratory fishes during the April – June migration season.
In spring 2012, BGE began a three-year project to change the electric meters and upgrade the gas meters for all BGE residential and small commercial customers. Smart meters are digital meters that allow two-way communication with BGE through a wireless network. With the installation of smart meters, new features and programs are becoming available to customers, including online usage tracking, tips for cutting down on energy use and opportunities to earn bill credits for using less energy during peak periods.
As a part of Exelon’s retail business, Constellation continues to invest in renewable energy, including a 16.1 megawatt solar facility for the state of Maryland. Constellation’s commitment to community organizations and efforts that advance energy solutions, education, the environment and economic development continues to be a featured component of its corporate giving and employee volunteer efforts. Since 2010, Constellation’s E2 Energy to Educate Grants program has provided nearly $1.5 million in funding for student projects that have enhanced the understanding of energy-related science and technology issues for an estimated 81,000 students.
Exelon and Constellation have committed to an average of $7 million per year in charitable giving in Maryland. Beyond volunteerism at the employee level, Exelon’s power plants also sponsor community-wide charities. During the year the staff provide service time at New Hope Mission, Plumpton Zoo, Conowingo River Clean-up, Lower Susquehanna River Sweep, Port Deposit Annul Shad Festival and other community organizations.
In 2013, Constellation contributed more than $2.5 million to Maryland charitable organizations, and employees reported more than 6,000 volunteer hours. Also in 2012, Exelon and Constellation made a combined $1.8 million donation to the Maryland Science Center in Baltimore for a state-of-the-art exhibit on energy.
In 2012, BGE contributed approximately $1.3 million to Maryland organizations that address economic development, public safety, civic issues and other initiatives. Employees logged more than 18,000 volunteer hours.
100 Constellation Way
Baltimore, Md. 21202
110 W. Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
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Fort Smallwood Road
Baltimore, MD 21226
Located in Lusby, Md., Calvert Cliffs Unit 1 began generating electricity in 1975 and Unit 2 joined the system in 1977. Since then, Calvert Cliffs has continually set records for power production and worker safety.
1650 Calvert Cliffs Parkway
Lusby, Maryland 20657
Conowingo Hydroelectric Generating Station is a run-of-the-river power plant located on the Susquehanna River in northern Maryland. Conowingo has been providing electric power to the region since 1928. Water flow of the Susquehanna River provides fuel to turn 11 turbine generators.
2569 Shures Landing Road
Darlington, Maryland 21034
Gould Street Generating Station is a one unit, 97 MW natural gas power plant located on Gould Street in south Baltimore, Maryland.
2105 Gould Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Notch Cliff Generating Station is an eight unit, 118 MW natural gas power plant located in Baltimore, Maryland.
10650 Harford Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21057
Perryman Generating Station is a five unit, 353 MW oil and natural gas power plant located in Maryland.
900 Chelsea Road
Perryman, Maryland 21130
Philadelphia Road Generating Station is a four unit, 61 MW oil power plant located in Baltimore, Maryland.
3914 Pulaski Highway
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Riverside Generating Station is a three unit, 113 MW natural gas and oil power plant located on Sollers Point on the Patapsco River in Dundalk, Maryland.
4000 Broening Highway
Baltimore, Maryland 21222
Westport Generating Station is a one unit, 115 MW natural gas power plant located in Baltimore, Maryland.
2101 Kloman Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230