We generate value for our investors, customers, employees and communities through the safe, reliable, efficient, and environmentally friendly use of nuclear power.
To be a recognized U.S. leader in competitive electric generation and safe operation of nuclear power plants.
- Nuclear Safety
- Personal Safety
- Community Commitment
- Continuous Improvement
- Active Accountability
CENG AT A GLANCE
As one of the nation’s leading nuclear power plant owners and operators, Constellation Energy Nuclear Group, LLC℠ (CENG) is a joint venture between Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC) (www.exeloncorp.com) and EDF Group (www.north-america.edf.com).
Exelon, through its subsidiaries, owns 50.01% of CENG and and is the nation’s leading competitive energy provider, with operations in 47 states, the District of Columbia and Canada. EDF, through its subsidiaries, owns 49.99% of CENG and is developing strategies in North America in three different fields: nuclear, renewables and trading.
CENG, based in Baltimore, has a fleet of three nuclear power stations in Maryland and New York with a total of five units. CENG safely and reliably delivers approximately 3.73 percent of the U.S. nuclear industry’s power capacity, serving wholesale customers in competitive energy markets. With approximately 2,700 employees, the fleet produced more than 31.5 million megawatt-hours of electricity in 2010 and achieved an average capability factor of 94.2 percent.
CENG’s nuclear power strategy balances the present with the future and continuously works to safely improve production at its five operating nuclear units while demonstrating that nuclear power is safe, reliable, cost-effective and environmentally responsible.
2000: Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant (CCNPP) became the first nuclear power plant in the United States to earn an extended license from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). Unit 1 was extended from 2014 to 2034 and Unit 2 from 2016 to 2036.
2001: Constellation Energy purchased Nine Mile Point Nuclear Station (NMP) from Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation and other utilities.
2002: The NRC renewed the operating license for R.E Ginna Nuclear Power Plant (R.E. Ginna), extending its operating license from 2009 to 2029.
2004: Constellation Energy purchased R.E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant.
2005: President George W. Bush visited Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant. This was the first time a United States President visited a nuclear site since the incident at Three Mile Island.
2006: The NRC renewed the operating licenses for both generating units at NMP. The renewals permit Unit 1 to operate until 2029 and Unit 2 until 2046.
2008: Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH) awarded CCNPP its Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP) STAR Level designation for exemplifying the VPP principles of building commendable safety and health programs through cooperation and employee/contractor involvement.
2009: Nine Mile Point Nuclear Station celebrated ten years of maintaining its certification for meeting the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) voluntary environmental management systems standard. NMP was the first U.S. nuclear power facility certified.
2009: R.E. Ginna and NMP were recognized for the outstanding safety programs by achieving STAR status under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Voluntary Protection Program.
2009: Constellation Energy Nuclear Group℠ (CENG), a joint venture of Constellation Energy and EDF Group, was incorporated.
2010: R.E. Ginna and CCCNPP received the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System certification.
2012: Exelon Corporation and Constellation Energy announced the completion of their merger on March 12, 2012. The merger creates the leading U.S. competitive energy provider with one of the industry’s cleanest and lowest-cost power generation fleets, and one of the largest retail customer bases in the nation.