"To provide cleaner, greener power to our fleet, Commonwealth Edison turned to B20 biodiesel and hybrid technology around 2014. Today we operate one of the largest private fleets of biodiesel vehicles in the U.S. and consume more than 1.2 million gallons of B20 annually. On top of that, alternative fuel vehicles now represent 70% of our total fleet."

Erica Tsypin, Fleet Services Business Analyst


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  • 1,831,432 Gallons of B20 Used Annually

  • Annual Reduction of 3,295 Tons of CO2 Emissions

  • Annual Reduction in CO2 Emissions = 85,394 Trees Planted

  • Annual Reduction in CO2 Emissions = 706 Fewer Cars on the Road

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    Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd), is a unit of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation. ComEd provides electric service to approximately 3.8 million customers across Northern Illinois via more than 90,000 miles of power lines in an 11,400-square-mile territory. Since 2001, ComEd has invested more than $5 billion in the electrical transmission and distributions system to continue to provide customers with the quality service they expect and deserve, while increasing grid efficiency. While providing safe, reliable electric service is a key component to ComEdís business portfolio, it is just one of the many services that ComEd provides its customers. Additional services such as helping customers discover new ways to save money on their electric bill and showing customers how they can help the environment by decreasing their carbon footprint, are just a couple examples of how ComEd is doing its part to better the communities it serves. In 2016 alone, ComEd employees volunteered more than 22,000 hours at local non-profit organizations.
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