CHICAGO — Global not‑for‑profit CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project) recognized Exelon with high scores for disclosures in the three areas CDP measures – climate change, water use management and sustainable supply chain efforts. Exelon earned a score of “A minus” in all three categories for transparency in sustainability programs relating to corporate governance, risk management and emissions.
"We are committed to not only being a good environmental steward, but to being transparent in sharing our sustainability efforts,” said Chris Crane, president and CEO of Exelon. “As a Fortune 100 energy company, we understand our responsibility to our customers and communities to achieve a cleaner, brighter energy future. We are honored that the CDP again recognized our efforts.”
Exelon has been a leader in CDP disclosure performance for more than six years, in addition to other national and global recognitions for programs to incorporate clean energy, energy efficiency and smart grid technology as part of its strategy to build a sustainable and reliable next-generation energy grid.