Exelon is one of the nation's largest energy companies. It is the parent of ComEd (Commonwealth Edison), a Chicago-based electric utility, and PECO, which delivers electricity and natural gas to the Southeastern Pennsylvania region including Philadelphia.
The company serves 5.4 million electric customers in Illinois and Pennsylvania. It also has 485,000 gas customers in Pennsylvania.
Exelon has one of the industry's largest portfolios of electricity generation capacity, with a nationwide reach and strong positions in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic. Exelon also operates the largest fleet of nuclear power stations in the United States with 17 reactors including Three Mile Island in Central Pennsylvania. The reactors represent 20% of U.S. nuclear power capacity.
There are about 8,500 employees working in Exelon Nuclear.
In 2009, Exelon had $17.3 billion in revenues and net income of $2.70 billion.
Benefits may vary depending on union membership or management.
Union employees of Exelon can also expect a high level of benefits including: Medical, Dental, Basic Life Insurance and AD&D, Pension Plan, 401(k) Employee Savings and Investment Plan, Disability, and the Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account.
Management employees receive medical coverage, life and accident insurance. Employees can contribute to the 401(k) Employee Savings and Investment Plan and receive a Company match and are eligible for participation in the Stock Purchase Plan. After five years of employment, you are invited to participate in the Employee Pension Plan. Health care and dependent care spending accounts are available to help employees pay for qualified health care and dependent care expenses on a pre-tax basis.
Updated January 22, 2010