Where We Work

Headquartered in Chicago, Exelon has operations and business activities in 48 states, the District of Columbia and Canada. Exelon Generation has more than 33,300 megawatts of owned capacity, comprising one of the nation’s largest, cleanest and lowest-cost power generation fleets. Constellation provides energy products and services to approximately 2.2 million residential, public sector and business customers, including more than two-thirds of the Fortune 100. Exelon’s utilities deliver electricity and natural gas to approximately 10 million customers in Delaware, New Jersey, northern Illinois, central and western Maryland, southeastern Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.



GENERATION FACILITY LOCATIONS*

ALABAMA

  • Gas: Hillabee
    (Combined Cycle), 753 MW

ARIZONA

  • Solar: Solar Arizona, 46 MW
  • Solar: Solar Arizona 2, 23 MW
  • Solar: Mohave Sunrise Solar, 5 MW

CALIFORNIA

  • Solar: AVSR 1, 242 MW
  • Solar: California PV Energy, 21 MW
  • Solar: California PV Energy 2, 9 MW
  • Solar: Sacramento PV Energy, 30 MW
  • Solar: SEGS
    (Ownership Interest Only), 9 MW
  • Solar: Solar California, 3 MW

COLORADO

  • Solar: Denver Airport Solar, 4 MW

CONNECTICUT

  • Solar: Solar Connecticut, 2 MW

GEORGIA

  • Solar: Solar Georgia, 8 MW
  • Solar: Solar Georgia 2, 1 MW

IDAHO

  • Wind: Idaho Wind, 4 Projects, 128 MW

ILLINOIS

  • Nuclear: Braidwood, 2,383 MW
  • Nuclear: Byron, 2,347 MW
  • Nuclear: Clinton, 1,069 MW
  • Nuclear: Dresden, 1,845 MW
  • Nuclear: LaSalle, 2,320 MW
  • Nuclear: Quad Cities
    (Ownership Interest Only), 1,403 MW
  • Gas: SE Chicago, 296 MW
  • Solar: Exelon City Solar, 9 MW
  • Wind: Illinois Wind, 1 Project, 8 MW

KANSAS

  • Wind: Kansas Wind, 2 Projects, 117 MW

MARYLAND

  • Nuclear: Calvert Cliffs,
    (Ownership Interest Only) 879 MW
  • Hydro: Conowingo, 572 MW
  • Gas/Oil: Perryman, 155 MW, Oil;
    257 MW, Gas/Oil
  • Gas: Gould Street, 97 MW
  • Gas/Oil: Riverside, 39 MW Oil
  • Gas: Westport, 116 MW
  • Gas: Notch Cliff, 117 MW
  • Oil: Philadelphia Road, 61 MW
  • Solar: Solar Horizons, 16 MW
  • Solar: Solar Maryland, 9 MW
  • Solar: Solar Maryland 2, 8 MW
  • Solar: Solar Maryland MC, 28 MW
  • Wind: Maryland Wind,
    3 Projects, 140 MW

MASSACHUSETTS

  • Gas: Mystic 8&9
    (Combined Cycle), 1,415 MW
  • Gas/Oil: Mystic 7, 575 MW
  • Oil: Mystic Jet, 9 MW
  • Oil: Framingham, 31 MW
  • Oil: West Medway, 124 MW
  • Solar: Holyoke Solar, 5 MW
  • Solar: Solar Massachusetts, 5 MW
  • Solar: Solar Net Metering, 2 MW

MAINE

  • Oil: Wyman
    (Ownership Interest Only), 36 MW

MICHIGAN

  • Wind: Michigan Wind, 6 Projects, 403 MW

MINNESOTA

  • Wind: Minnesota Wind, 5 Projects, 54 MW

MISSOURI

  • Wind: Missouri Wind, 4 Projects, 162 MW

NEW JERSEY

  • Nuclear: Oyster Creek, 625 MW
  • Nuclear: Salem
    (Ownership Interest Only), 1,005 MW, Nuclear; 16MW, Oil
  • Solar: Solar Federal, 5 MW
  • Solar: Solar New Jersey 1, 18 MW
  • Solar: Solar New Jersey 2, 11 MW
  • Solar: Solar New Jersey 3, 2 MW

NEW MEXICO

  • Wind: New Mexico Wind,
    1 Project, 27 MW

NEW YORK

  • Nuclear: Ginna
    (Ownership Interest Only), 288 MW
  • Nuclear: Nine Mile Point
    (Ownership Interest Only), 838 MW
  • Solar: Solar New York, 3 MW

OHIO

  • Energy Storage:
    Clinton Battery Storage, 10 MW
  • Solar: Solar Ohio, 3 MW

OKLAHOMA

  • Wind: Oklahoma Wind,
    1 Project, 57 MW

OREGON

  • Wind: Oregon Wind, 4 Projects, 74 MW
  • Solar: Outback Solar, 6 MW

PENNSYLVANIA

  • Nuclear: Limerick, 2,317 MW
  • Nuclear: Peach Bottom
    (Ownership Interest Only), 1,301 MW
  • Nuclear: Three Mile Island, 837 MW
  • Oil: Falls, 51 MW
  • LFG: Fairless Hills, 60 MW
  • LFG: Pennsbury, 6 MW
  • Oil: Croydon, 391 MW
  • Oil: Delaware, 56 MW
  • Oil: Richmond, 98 MW
  • Oil: Schuylkill, 30 MW
  • Oil: Southwark, 52 MW
  • Oil: Chester, 39 MW
  • Gas/Oil: Eddystone, 60 MW, Oil; 760 MW, Gas/Oil
  • Hydro: Muddy Run, 1,070 MW
  • Oil: Moser, 51 MW
  • Gas: Handsome Lake, 268 MW

TEXAS

  • Gas: Mountain Creek, 808 MW
  • Gas: Wolf Hollow
    (Combined Cycle), 705 MW
  • Gas: LaPorte, 152 MW
  • Gas: Colorado Bend
    (Combined Cycle), 468 MW
  • Gas: Handley, 1,265 MW
  • Wind: Texas Wind, 14 Projects, 359 MW

UTAH

  • Waste Coal: Sunnyside, 26 MW

WASHINGTON, DC

  • Solar: Solar DC, 1 MW

CANADA

  • Gas: Grande Prairie, 105 MW
* As of December 2016.
Note: For nuclear stations, capacity reflects the annual mean rating. Fossil stations reflect a summer rating. Wind and solar facilities reflect name plate capacity.