Press Releases

LaSalle Generating Station Refueling Outage Powers The Region

More than 1,000 additional workers hired for the outage, powering the community with jobs and clean energy

MARSEILLES, Ill. —Operators at Exelon Generation's LaSalle County Nuclear Station removed the generator from service early this morning to begin a planned refueling outage. Work completed during the outage will help deliver reliable, carbon-free electricity to Illinois customers during the next two-year operating cycle.

To support the work, the station will use the talents and expertise of more than 1,000 additional workers, many of whom travel to LaSalle County from outside the area. For several months preceding and following the outage, the influx of workers provides a significant boost to the local economy.

Illinois Nuclear Plants Operate at Full Power During Record-Breaking Polar Vortex

Despite record cold, all six Exelon Generation Illinois nuclear plants provided around-the-clock, carbon-free electricity for 11 million homes and businesses


WARRENVILLE, Ill. — While arctic winds sent temperatures plunging dangerously and electricity demand soaring this week, Exelon Generation's six Illinois nuclear plants operated at full power, producing enough carbon-free electricity to keep 11 million homes, businesses, schools and hospitals safe and warm.

Exelon Statement on Governor Pritzker’s Decision to Join U.S. Climate Alliance

CHICAGO — Exelon Corp. issued the following statement on Governor Pritzker’s decision to join the U.S. Climate Alliance:

Quad Cities Station Supports Local Charities This Holiday Season

Cordova nuclear plant donates more than $20,000 to regional nonprofits

CORDOVA, Ill.  — Employees at Exelon Generation's Quad Cities Station are focused on giving back this holiday season, providing thousands of dollars to local nonprofit organizations.

Exelon statement on Union of Concerned Scientists report on the future of nuclear energy

Today, Exelon Corp. issued the following statement on a new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists that makes the environmental case for the preservation of existing nuclear plants:

Future Energy Jobs Bill Already Delivering Job Growth, Economic Impact

Exelon is hiring 400 employees to prepare Clinton and Quad Cities nuclear plants for long-term operations

CLINTON AND QUAD CITIES, Ill. (Dec. 14, 2016) — One week after the Future Energy Jobs Bill was signed into law by Gov. Bruce Rauner, the legislation is already delivering new jobs and economic benefits to the region. Exelon plans to fast track multiple capital projects at the Quad Cities and Clinton nuclear plants to enhance long-term equipment reliability, improve safety and ensure regulatory compliance.