Fall 2022 Supplier Update – Upcoming Changes to Technologies and Processes
In February 2022, Exelon and Constellation became two strong, publicly traded companies. Over the next two years, Exelon and Constellation will perform technology enhancements to support the separation of Supply systems and processes between the two organizations. Whether you are a supplier who works with Exelon, Constellation, or both, this communication is to make you aware of actions your company may need to take. Please watch out for important communications about new systems, processes, and requests to take action beginning this Fall and into the 2023-2024 timeframe.
We are very excited to share that on February 1, 2022, Exelon Corporation (“Exelon”) separated its regulated utility business and its generation and commercial business. The latter, Exelon Generation Company, LLC, and its subsidiaries, are now Constellation Energy Corporation, a publicly traded company. Exelon Generation Company, LLC, has changed its name to Constellation Energy Generation, LLC (“Constellation”). This separation establishes Exelon as the nation’s largest fully regulated transmission and distribution utility company and Constellation as the largest carbon-free power producer paired with the leading customer-facing platform for clean energy solutions. All Contracts and Purchase Orders with Exelon or Constellation entities remain in full force and effect. If you are an Exelon supplier, you will continue to do business in the ordinary course. If you are a Constellation supplier, please see this communication for more information.
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