About Pepco Holdings LLC
Pepco Holdings (PHI) arguably has more power in the US capital than most politicians. The holding company distributes electricity and natural gas through its Potomac Electric Power (Pepco),
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The combination of PHI and Exelon brings together Exelon's three electric and gas utilities -
PHI focused on investing in utilities transmission and distribution infrastructure. It built a smarter grid and implemented other technological enhancements to automate power delivery system functions and improve the reliability of the power distribution system.
PHI's flexible business strategy allowed it to develop opportunities for growth or operational streamlining in both its regulated and unregulated segments.
In 2013 PHI terminated its interest in its cross-border energy lease investments and the cross-border energy lease investments were then accounted for as discontinued operations. That year Pepco Energy Services exited its retail electric supply business by terminating its remaining customer supply and wholesale purchase obligations beyond 2013.
Growing its renewable portfolio to meet tightening carbon emission regulations, in 2012 Delmarva Power announced that it will get 38 MW of wind energy and associated renewable energy credits from enXco's Chestnut Flats wind farm in Pennsylvania.
In 2010 PHI sold its Conectiv Energy power plant assets to
Pepco Holdings, formerly named Potomac Electric Power, changed its name by forming a holding company in 2002; the name change took effect upon the completion of Pepco's acquisition of rival utility Conectiv (now Delmarva Power).
701 9TH ST NW STE 1300
Washington, DC 20001-4572
Phone: 1 (202) 872-2000
Employer Type: Privately Owned
SVP and CFO: Frederick J. Boyle
VP and CIO: Doug Myers
Chairman, President, and CEO: Joseph M. Rigby
Employees (This Location): 122
Employees (All Locations): 1,320