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ComEdCommonwealth Edison
ComEdCommunication for Education and Development (Association for the Development of Education in Africa Working Group)
ComEdCombined Map and Electronic Display
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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.
The Rating Watch Negative for ComEd reflects the potential for legislative action to freeze rates at the 2006 level.
Despite ComEd's claims that "the Illinois auction has achieved the best possible price," BOMA/Chicago found that under the new 2007 rates, a sample of office buildings in the Chicago area (ranging from 75,000 to one million square feet) that purchase electricity from ComEd will experience the following electricity price increases:
7 million customers throughout northern Illinois, Clark served as president of ComEd and executive vice president and chief of staff of Exelon.
However, even if Comed receives a favorable ICC ruling in the pending procurement case, the probability of a settlement that includes a deferral mechanism has been raised by public pronouncements by Exelon's management of a willingness to enter into a 'cap and defer' agreement to limit rate shock in 2007, following the expiration of the current transition period and rate freeze on Dec.
ComEd is pushing the Illinois Commerce Commission to approve a new system for setting electricity prices.
The supply contracts with PECO (senior secured debt rated 'A' by Fitch) and Comed (senior secured debt rated 'A-') extend through 2010 and 2006, respectively and account for approximately 50%-60% of annual sales.