• December 14 2018,  Everett

    Everett LNG Facility employees donate a shipload of toys to the city

    A HEARTY HO! HO! HO! The Exelon Generation, Everett LNG Facility employees showed their holiday spirit this year with toys for the City of Everett’s Holiday Toy Drive.  The collective contribution from employees and the company totaled almost $2,000 in gifts for Everett youth.  Power Communications Manager Carol Churchill presented the toys to Mayor Carlo DeMaria, who said, “I can always count on the generosity of the Everett LNG Facility and its employees to help ensure that our toy drive is a success. My sincere thanks and best wishes to all for a happy holiday season.”

  • Everett,  June 22 2018

    Exelon Generation donates $18,000 to Everett Community Growers at “Good Food for all” event

     Special to The Advocate The Everett Community Growers held their “Good Food for all” event to kick off their summer programs, on a beautiful summer day at the new Everett Earthworks community garden. A highlight of the event was the announcement of an $18,000 donation by Exelon Generation. Exelon Generation’s Northeast Region General Manager, Archie Gleason, said, “Exelon Generation is pleased to help enable Everett Community Growers to hire a team of young adults this summer to grow fresh vegetables for the Bread of Life to stock their local food pantries. This will help provide healthy, locally-grown produce for families-in-need in Everett and teach skills and provide jobs to young…

  • April 27 2018,  Everett,  Malden,  Saugus

    Exelon Generation donates muscle and $5,000 to Bread of Life

    Exelon Generation employees volunteered during the month of April at the Bread of Life Everett Food Pantry to help Everett families in need of food assistance. Employees provided much-needed muscle to help offload tons of food from the Bread of Life (BOL) truck and to make up grocery orders. In addition, Exelon Generation, the owners of the Mystic power plant in Everett, presented a check for $5,000 to BOL to help provide much-needed groceries and prepared meals for struggling residents of Everett and nine surrounding communities. This gift will provide the equivalent of about 10,000 meals to area residents because of BOL’s ability to leverage a tremendous amount of food…

  • April 6 2018,  Everett

    ISO New England calls plan to retire Mystic Generating Station “unacceptable fuel security risk”

    By Brendan Clogston   Mayor Carlo DeMaria stated this week that he did not believe that regulators would allow Exelon Generation to retire their four Mystic Generating Station natural gas units, and the early indications seem be to bearing him out. ISO New England, the independent nonprofit organization tasked with ensuring the reliability of power systems throughout the region, issued an initial memo this week calling the proposed retirements an “unacceptable fuel security risk,” and is asking the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to wave tariff requirements to allow them to keep two units at the plant operational. “These retirements pose an unacceptable fuel security risk to the region during the…

  • Everett,  March 30 2018

    Exelon Generation files to retire Mystic Generating Station in 2022, absent rny regulatory solution

    Company reaches agreement with ENGIE to purchase neighboring LNG import terminal   Exelon Generation today announced it has filed with the ISO New England Inc. (ISO-NE) to retire Mystic Generating Station’s Units 7, 8, 9, and the Jet unit on June 1, 2022. Absent any regulatory reforms to properly value reliability and regional fuel security, these units will not participate in the Forward Capacity Auction scheduled for February 2019. “However, the ISO-NE market fails to properly reflect the reliability and fuel security benefits that these power plants provide to the region.” “Mystic has a strong track record as a source of reliable, around-the-clock electric supply to over two million homes…