We know some of you are without power and we appreciate your patience as crews work to restore outages. Based on the history of similar storms of this size, across the ComEd service area, we expect most of the current outages to be restored by later this evening. We are aware that more storms may be reaching ComEd territory this afternoon and tonight which may impact our restoration process and or create additional outages. The best way to stay updated on your outage is to sign up for outage alerts at ComEd.com/Alerts
Economic Development strategically partners with local, regional and state-wide organizations to foster business attraction, retention and expansions, and other Exelon Utilities to support your expansion into new markets.
Serving as the main point of economic development, local contacts at the county and city level can be found across northern Illinois.
The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity and Intersect Illinois support economic development projects across the entire state of Illinois. These organization help with incentives, quantitative data, local engagement, and overall information on Illinois strengths.
As an Exelon subsidiary, ComEd works proactively with Economic Development Teams at peer utilities to share best practices, streamline processes, and enable cohesive and consistent engagement. Other
Exelon companies include the utilities Atlantic City Electric, BGE, Delmarva Power, PECO, and Pepco, and Exelon Generation, which is one of the nation’s leading competitive power generators with a balanced (and growing) portfolio of zero-carbon nuclear, natural gas, hydro, wind, solar and more.