CHICAGO — Exelon today announced the release of its 2020 Corporate Sustainability Report (CSR), which highlights Exelon’s efforts to address the climate crisis and build a cleaner, more resilient energy grid, invest in technology and innovation to improve service, and provide support and programs to customers and communities that will create a cleaner, brighter and more equitable future. The report is complemented by the release of Exelon’s second annual Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report.
Exelon, and the communities that we serve, faced many challenges during 2020, including the COVID-19 pandemic. In response, Exelon’s employees worked tirelessly to ensure that our customers continued to have access to clean, aﬀordable and reliable energy. At the same time, Exelon remained focused on its sustainability strategy and redoubled our work on racial equity and social justice. Our strategy is focused on low-carbon solutions for our customers and communities, operational excellence, ﬁnancial discipline and investment in our utilities.
“Despite the challenges of 2020, our employees worked tirelessly to ensure our customers and communities had access to clean, affordable and reliable energy,” said Chris Crane, president and CEO, Exelon. “At the same time, we stayed focused on our low-carbon sustainability strategy and redoubled our work on social justice and racial equity, while maintaining our commitment to operational excellence, financial discipline and utility investment. “
The report outlines Exelon’s record as the nation’s largest producer of carbon-free electricity and a long-time advocate for state and federal energy policies to reduce emissions from the energy sector. The report also details the company’s commitment to serving customers and communities through innovative energy technologies, new investments that drive reliability and efficiency, and an ongoing focus on diversity, equity and inclusion.
The report also highlights that Exelon:
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