- Customer Investment Fund Commitment. Upon closing of the merger, Exelon will provide an aggregate $100 million to be used across the PHI utilities’ service territories as each public service commission deems appropriate for customer benefits, such as bill credits, assistance for low-income customers and energy-efficiency measures.
- Charitable Contributions Commitment. Exelon has committed to provide $50 million over 10 years to charitable organizations and programs in the communities the PHI utilities serve—exceeding PHI’s 2013 funding levels.
- Local Jobs, Local Presence and Local Leadership. Exelon has committed to no net involuntary merger-related job losses of PHI utility employees for at least two years after the merger, and to honor all collective bargaining agreements. The company will also maintain existing operational headquarters for Atlantic City Electric in Mays Landing, N.J.; Delmarva Power in New Castle, Del.; and Pepco in Washington, D.C. In addition, Exelon and PHI announce that, upon the retirement of Joe Rigby at the close of the merger, Dave Velazquez, currently executive vice president, PHI Power Delivery, will become president and chief executive officer of the PHI utilities. Donna Cooper (Pepco), Vince Maione (Atlantic City Electric) and Gary Stockbridge (Delmarva Power) will also remain with the company in their roles as regional presidents.
- Enhanced Customer Service and Reliability Commitment. Exelon has committed to build on the significant improvements to service reliability that the PHI utilities have already achieved for customers in recent years by setting new, more stringent reliability targets. This commitment is intended to result in significant reductions in the frequency and duration of power outages by 2020. Specific reliability targets for each PHI utility vary based on their current reliability metrics. Exelon has offered to be subject to financial penalties if Atlantic City Electric, Delmarva Power or Pepco do not meet their targets. The combined companies also will benefit from sharing best practices and storm restoration resources.
Exelon And Pepco Holdings File For Merger Approval With Utility Commissions In Delaware, New Jersey And Washington, D.C.
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