Exelon’s Renewable Energy
Exelon’s renewable generation portfolio continues to grow. From its landfill gas facility in
Pennsylvania to its power purchase agreements at four wind farms in the northeast, Exelon’s
renewable portfolio provides numerous alternatives to meet the needs of environmentally aware
Exelon’s Renewable Sources
Conowingo Hydroelectric Generating
• Water flow from the Susquehanna River
provides the fuel to turn 11 turbine
With access to over 1,400 MWs of renewable energy assets described below, Exelon Energy is
able to provide Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) from any of these sources at competitive
prices. These RECs can be purchased at in any amount desired to help the customer meet its
renewable energy goals.
Muddy Run Pumped Storage Facility
• Used to generate electricity for peak
demand usually during the morning and
early evening hours
Exelon owns and operates two hydroelectric stations, Conowingo Hydroelectric Generating
Station and Muddy Run Pumped Storage Facility. They consist of 19 units that provide
reliable, environmentally friendly power generation that complements the company’s fossil,
renewable, and nuclear portfolios.
Through its power purchase agreements for four wind farms in Pennsylvania and West
Virginia, Exelon has become the largest marketer of wind-generated energy east of the
Mississippi River. With a wind generation portfolio exceeding 153 megawatts, Exelon has
committed to providing clean, environmentally friendly power generation.
Complementing Exelon’s wind agreements, Exelon Generation owns and operates the
Fairless Hills Generating Station, which is one of the largest landfill gas facilities in the
country. The facility is an environmentally friendly form of power generation that utilizes
landfill gas to generate electricity.
In addition, Exelon Generation has a 20-year power purchase agreeme