The Culture At Exelon

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Promotediversity and foster teamwork, collaboration, and a learning organization.
Encourage and practice curiosity and exploration to develop better ways of delivering the right solutions.
Deep personal passion for entrepreneurship & sustainability

Exelon Overview

Exelon Corporation is an American energy producer, trader, and distributor. The company provides services for energy generation businesses in the United States. The company owns, contracts, and invests in electric generating facilities such as nuclear, fossil, and hydroelectric generation facilities, as well as wind and solar facilities. It is also involved in the wholesale and retail customer supply of electric and natural gas products and services including renewable energy products, risk management services, natural gas exploration, and production activities. In addition, the company is engaged in the purchase and regulated retail sale of electricity and the provision of distribution and transmission services in northern Illinois, southeastern Pennsylvania, and central Maryland. It is also involved in the purchase and regulated retail sale of natural gases and the provision of distribution services in the Pennsylvania counties surrounding the City of Philadelphia, as well as in central Maryland including the City of Baltimore. Exelon Corporation operates through nine segments: Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, New England, New York, ERCOT, other regions, ComEd, PECO, and BGE. It sells electricity, natural gases, and other related products and solutions to various customers including distribution utilities, municipalities, and cooperatives, as well as to commercial, industrial, governmental, and residential customers. Founded in 1887, Exelon Corporation is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.
The staff at Exelon come from unusually diverse demographic backgrounds. The company is 30.0% female and 40.8% ethnic minorities. Exelon employees are slightly more likely to be members of the Democratic Party than the Republican Party, with 59.0% of employees identifying as members of the Democratic Party. Despite their political differences, employees at Exelon seem to be happy. The company has great employee retention with staff members usually staying for 6.5 years. The average employee at Exelon makes $72,212 per year. Pay at Exelon is significantly lower than some of its highest paying competitors, like Devon Energy, The Williams Companies, and ConocoPhillips, which pay $101,314, $97,041, and $95,770, respectively.
Based in Chicago, IL, Exelon is an industry leader with 33,383 employees and an annual revenue of $33.0B.

The Organization’s Mission

To be the leading diversified energy company - by providing reliable, clean, affordable and innovative energy products.







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Chicago, IL


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The Team At Exelon

    Chris M. Crane (President and CEO)

Exelon Company Rankings

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Exelon Salaries

How much does Exelon pay?
The national average salary for an Exelon employee in the United States is $72,212 per year. Employees in the top 10 percent can make over $105,000 per year, while employees at the bottom 10 percent earn less than $49,000 per year.
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Exelon Salaries By Job Title

While the average employee salary at Exelon is $72,212, there is a big variation in pay depending on the role. Some of the job titles with high salaries at Exelon are Informatica Developer, Transmission Specialist, Lead Database Administrator, and Project Manager. A typical Informatica Developer salary at Exelon is $99,846 per year. Other roles at Exelon include Customer Service Representative and Security Guard. A Customer Service Representative at Exelon earns an average yearly salary of $41,141.
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Informatica Developer
Salary Range93k - 106k$100k$99,846
Transmission Specialist
Salary Range85k - 104k$95k$94,716
Lead Database Administrator
Salary Range86k - 104k$95k$94,699
Project Manager
Salary Range82k - 98k$91k$90,552
Salary Range82k - 99k$90k$90,485
Senior Engineer
Salary Range81k - 95k$88k$87,968
Lead Technician
Salary Range76k - 96k$86k$86,209
Executive Administrator
Salary Range79k - 89k$84k$84,084
Systems Engineer
Salary Range73k - 93k$83k$82,643
Information Technology Senior Analyst
Salary Range74k - 89k$81k$81,451

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Exelon Careers

On average, employees at Exelon stay with the company for 6.5 years. Employees most commonly join Exelon after leaving Us Navy. When they leave Exelon, they most frequently get their next job at PSEG.

Average Length of Employment

5.5 years

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Exelon Employee Demographics

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70.0 %


30.0 %



59.3 %

Black or African American

12.8 %

Hispanic or Latino

12.2 %

Foreign Languages Spoken


35.3 %


12.9 %


10.6 %
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Exelon Employees Education

Of the 33,383 employees at Exelon, 12.6% attended University of Illinois at Chicago. Employees at Exelon most frequently majored in Business, and most employees’ highest level of education is a Bachelors.


University of Illinois at Chicago

12.6 %

DePaul University

7.9 %

Drexel University

7.5 %



23.4 %

Computer Science

9.6 %

Electrical Engineering

9.2 %



65.8 %


13.6 %


13.0 %

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Exelon Employee Political Affiliation

Exelon employees are most likely to be members of the Democratic Party. The largest donation made to a political party by an Exelon employee was by Christopher Crane. Christopher Crane donated $441,650 to the Republican Party.


Democratic Party

59.3 %

Republican Party

39.9 %

Libertarian Party

0.7 %


0.1 %

Employee Political Donations

NameJob TitlePartyDonation
Christopher CraneChief Executive OfficerRepublican Party$441,650
John RoweChairpersonRepublican Party$266,699
William VON Hoene JrExecutive Vice PresidentDemocratic Party$93,700
James ConnaughtonExecutive Vice PresidentRepublican Party$32,300
David BrownRedress PetitionerRepublican Party$32,000
William VON HoeneSenior Vice PresidentDemocratic Party$28,000
Kenneth CornewPresident/Chief Executive OfficerDemocratic Party$26,000
Audrey LykeEnergy ManagerDemocratic Party$24,585
James FirthSenior Vice PresidentDemocratic Party$20,500
Ruth GillisExecutiveDemocratic Party$19,250
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Exelon Financial Performance

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Exelon Subsidiaries

Subsidiaries to Exelon include Constellation Energy Group, Conectiv, and Delmarva Power. Employees at the parent company, Exelon, earn $72,212. In comparison, the salaries at Constellation Energy Group, Conectiv, and Delmarva Power are $80,798, $73,068, and $65,255.
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Constellation Energy Group

Salary Range60k - 108k$81k$80,798


Salary Range53k - 100k$73k$73,068

Delmarva Power

Salary Range53k - 80k$65k$65,255

Pepco Holdings

Salary Range47k - 73k$59k$58,898


Salary Range27k - 56k$39k$39,312

Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant

Salary Range23k - 47k$34k$33,781

Exelon PowerLabs

Salary Range23k - 47k$34k$33,598

Exelon Competitors

Competitors of Exelon include Devon Energy, The Williams Companies, and ConocoPhillips. The average salaries at Devon Energy rank the highest, with their employees earning an average salary of $101,314 per year. The employees at The Williams Companies earn an average yearly salary of $97,041 per year, and the salaries at ConocoPhillips average $95,770 per year.
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Devon Energy
Salary Range78k - 131k$101k$101,314
The Williams Companies
Salary Range75k - 125k$97k$97,041
Salary Range72k - 126k$96k$95,770
Constellation Energy Group
Salary Range60k - 108k$81k$80,798
Salary Range57k - 107k$78k$78,270
Salary Range59k - 91k$74k$73,939


Salary Range53k - 100k$73k$73,068
Salary Range57k - 91k$73k$72,840
WEC Energy Group
Salary Range52k - 95k$71k$71,001
Florida Power and Light
Salary Range51k - 98k$71k$70,911

Frequently Asked Questions about Exelon

When was Exelon founded?

Exelon was founded in 2000.

How many Employees does Exelon have?

Exelon has 33,383 employees.

How much money does Exelon make?

Exelon generates $33.0B in revenue.

What industry is Exelon in?

Exelon is in the energy industry.

What is Exelon's mission?

Exelon's mission statement is "To be the leading diversified energy company - by providing reliable, clean, affordable and innovative energy products."

What type of company is Exelon?

Exelon is a public company.

Who are Exelon's competitors?

Exelon competitors include Xcel Energy, Progress Energy, Dynegy, The Williams Companies, Cenergy, NStar, Edison International, NiSource, Duke Energy, Southern, Conectiv, American Electric Power, Delmarva Power, Constellation Energy Group, Entergy, Calpine, ConocoPhillips, NextEra Energy, Devon Energy, WEC Energy Group.

Who works at Exelon?

Chris M. Crane (President and CEO)

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