Press Releases

Constellation Seeks License Renewal of Clinton Clean Energy Center for Additional 20 Years

License renewal would enable Central Illinois nuclear plant to generate enough carbon-free electricity to power the equivalent of 800,000 homes through 2047

Constellation Inks Deal with Major U.S. Utility for 100 Percent Hourly Carbon-Free Energy Matching

Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) signs historic agreement with Constellation to power its 54 facilities with clean energy produced where and when it is used, marking another key step toward a carbon-free economy  

As Summer Heats Up, Constellation’s Nuclear Fleet Ready to Meet Power Needs of 15 Million Homes

Multiple spring refueling and reliability projects have been completed to support 24/7 flow of carbon-free electricity to homes, businesses and hospitals

Byron Generating Station Contributing $10,000 to Area Environmental Non-Profits While Continuing Its Own Legacy of Wildlife Conservation and Stewardship

Employees and volunteers have planted hundreds of trees on nuclear plant property, milkweed plants for monarch butterflies, & cleared invasive vegetation

Constellation's ‘Fishing for a Cure’ Raises $77,000 for Megan’s Mission Foundation

Event has raised $836,000 for a variety of Northern Illinois charities since 2002

TransUnion Signs Agreement with Constellation to Purchase Renewable Energy

TransUnion’s long-term commitment is expected to support development of 8.5 megawatts of new solar; help company reduce carbon emissions associated with its energy use by over 8,000 metric tons each year

Constellation Employees to Participate in More Than 100 Community Service Events as Part of National Volunteer Month

Employees across 13 states will collectively spend thousands of hours supporting organizations benefiting the environment, education and a wide range of other causes

Constellation Making Major Investment in Two Illinois Nuclear Plants to Increase Clean Energy Output

Projects at Braidwood, Byron nuclear plants will result in additional carbon-free electricity with capacity to power the equivalent of 100,000 homes 24/7/365

State Farm® Signs Agreement with Constellation to Purchase Renewable Energy

State Farm’s long-term commitment supports development of 50 megawatts of new solar; helps company reduce carbon footprint associated with its energy use by nearly 74,000 metric tons each year

Constellation to Seek License Extensions for Two of Its Zero-Carbon Nuclear Plants in Illinois

The Dresden and Clinton plants, which were saved from early retirement by supportive state and federal policies, are now seeking approval to operate 20 more years