A Leading Supplier of Innovative Energy Products & Services
Constellation, an Exelon company, is a leading competitive supplier of power, natural gas and energy products and services for homes and businesses across the United States and Canada. Constellation provides integrated energy solutions that help customers buy, manage and use energy, from electricity and natural gas procurement to renewable generation and conservation.
More than 90,000 commercial, industrial, public sector, and institutional customers, including two-thirds of the Fortune 100, have selected us to help strategically manage energy. We provide more than 1 million residential customers with electricity and natural gas plans that can provide price protection, savings and environmental opportunities.
The following is an overview of our diverse portfolio of energy solutions:
We have strong expertise in the policies and regulations that govern every local market and proactively provide our customers with market and regulatory updates to guide their energy management decisions. Our mission is to provide customers with energy in an easy and transparent process.
As part of Exelon’s family of companies, we strive for the highest standards in power generation, delivery and wholesale marketing. We are committed to providing superior value for our customers, employees, investors and the communities we serve.
Constellation Energy Nuclear Group, LLCSM (CENG) is a joint venture between Constellation Energy and EDF Group.
CENG, based in Baltimore, has a fleet of three nuclear power stations in Maryland and New York with a total of five units. CENG safely and reliably delivers approximately 3.73 percent of the U.S. nuclear industry’s power capacity, serving wholesale customers in competitive energy markets. With approximately 2,700 employees, the fleet produced more than 31.5 million megawatt-hours of electricity in 2010 and achieved an average capability factor of 94.2 percent.
In addition to CENG, Exelon Generation is the No. 1 competitive power generation in the nation, with owned generating assets totaling more than 35,000 megawatts.