T&D Only Exelon Touts Provision Of "Innovative Energy Products" As It Outlines "Fully Regulated Utility Company" Strategy After Constellation Spin-off
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Exelon today is holding an analyst day detailing its strategy for its future as a fully regulated utility company after the spin-off of Constellation is completed, which is expected to occur Feb. 1.
Exelon said that it will discuss how it is positioned to, "deliver critical, innovative and affordable energy services to customers"
"Our mission at Exelon is to continue to be the premier transmission and distribution utility company by providing reliable, safe, clean, affordable and innovative energy products to our more than 10 million customers," said Christopher M. Crane, president and CEO of Exelon. "Following separation, Exelon will maintain focus on our core business strategies, while driving economic development and investment in our communities and innovating to lead clean energy grid transformations. We are confident that following this separation, Exelon will continue to be a strong parent company for our fully regulated transmission and distribution utilities and is well positioned to invest in critical infrastructure and innovative technologies to stay ahead of our rapidly evolving industry, improve reliability and resilience, enhance safety and the customer experience, and transition to a cleaner energy future."
Among other things, Exelon cited as a strategic priority its, "Leading environmental, social and governance focus as a pure-play energy delivery utility company focused on investing in the economic health and equity in the communities we serve and on smarter, cleaner grid enhancements and customer affordability options. Exelon is geographically positioned to lead the clean energy buildout in densely populated territories."