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ComEd partners to power Bronzeville microgrid

ComEd is partnering with Dearborn Homes to implement a solar project which will support the utility's Bronzeville Community microgrid.

ComEd wants $6 million decrease in consumer bills

ComEd has filed a proposal with the illinois Commerce Commission to reduce consumer energy bills by $6 million.

ComEd receives outstanding achievement in demand response award

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Chicago, IL, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- April 23, 2007 – The Peak Load Management Alliance (PLMA) has given U.S. utility ComEd its Outstanding Achievement in Demand Response award for its portfolio of energy reduction programs designed for residential, commercial and industrial customers. ComEd (Commonwealth Edison Company) is a unit of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation; the utility provides service to 3.8 million customers.

The PLMA is an association of leading energy organizations dedicated to developing and promoting consumer participation in power reduction programs.

"We are very pleased to have received the PLMA's recognition for our customer participation energy reduction efforts," said Sharon Hillman, ComEd vice president of resource adequacy and environmental programs. "ComEd has taken an active approach regarding the development of its demand response programs, which have been one of the strongest in the nation for nearly three decades."

Under ComEd's demand response programs in 2006, more than 61,000 residential, commercial and industrial participants reduced their electric load during times of peak power demand by up to 1,295 megawatts, which represents about 5.5 per cent of ComEd's total peak distribution load of 23,613 MW. In one program, for example, residential customers participating in the company's Nature First initiative can receive up to a $40 seasonal bill credit for allowing ComEd to cycle off their central air conditioning units for brief periods during peak summer demand times.

ComEd’s residential real-time pricing program expanding

ComEd LogoChicago, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- January 19, 2007 – U.S. utility ComEd has announced the expansion of its residential real-time pricing program, which gives customers an effective bill management tool by providing hour-to-hour electricity pricing to help them manage their energy consumption and lower their monthly bills.

ComEd open to commercial clean energy rebates application

ComEd has announced that commercial and industrial customers can begin submitting applications for rebates of $250 per kilowatt of installed solar energy.
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Outages per storm decrease by 10% for ComEd customers

The annual reliability report issued by US utility ComEd recently to the Illinois Commerce Commission shows consumers have experienced a 10% decrease in outages...

ComEd selects Clevest mobile platform for AMI deployment

In the US, Chicago-based energy provider Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) has selected Clevest Solutions’ mobile workforce management software to manage its four million smart meter deployment. ComEd's...

The journey to cost savings – The ComEd experience

Smart Energy International spoke with David Doherty, director AMI Operations, Engineering & Analytics at ComEd, about their smart meter rollout, customer engagement and what the next phase of this programme is likely to include.

ComEd launches online marketplace for customers

The site offers easy application of instant rebates that enable customers to save on energy-related products for their homes. Customers can also learn about...

ComEd awarded for customer engagement programme

According to a release, in ComEd’s service territory, 60% of the outages reported on “blue sky days” are usually due to a problem on...

ComEd introduces an outage app for Facebook

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]Chicago, IL, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- August 30, 2012 - ComEd has introduced a Facebook app for customers to report outages and check their outage status – becoming what it believes is the first utility in the United States to offer this capability through Facebook.

This app is the most recent in a series of tools designed to increase options for customers to communicate directly with ComEd and receive information. Other tools introduced by ComEd in the last year include a two-way texting program, a mobile application for Apple® and Android(TM) smart phones, and an outage map on its website and more. With these tools customers can report an outage, receive updates on restoration of power to their area, pay their bills and manage their accounts.
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ComEd invests in Opower solution for energy savings

In the US, Chicago's ComED has selected utility software company Opower's demand-side management programme in a bid to cut energy consumption by 200,000 MWh annually, and increase...

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