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PECO Energy Launches Wind Option

May 2004 - PECO Energy, an electric utility subsidiary of Exelon Corporation serving 1.5 million electric customers in southeastern Pennsylvania, announced a wind energy offering for its residential and business customers. Customers can purchase PECO WIND energy in 100-kWh blocks each month for an additional charge of $2.54 per block (2.54¢/kWh), or receive 100% of their electricity from wind energy. The extra charge for the wind energy is added directly to the utility bills of participating customers. The wind energy is supplied by Community Energy, Inc. from several Pennsylvania-based wind projects, including Mill Run (15 MW), Somerset (9 MW), and Waymart (60 MW). The company reported that more than 500 residential customers signed up for the program within the first few days of the offering.

News Release - Wind Energy Choice Brought To Pennsylvania Customers By Peco And Community Energy

PECO Media Contact: Cathy Engel (215) 841-4492 or (215) 841-5555

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