Competitive Landscape

March 2011
United States Power Report;2011, p51
Industry Profile
The article reports on the competitiveness in the U.S. electric utilities. It provides an overview of the leading power utilities in the U.S. including Exelon Corp. which owns Commonwealth Edison Co. and PECO Energy, NextEra Energy Resources LLC and Southern Co. It notes that American Electric Power Co. Inc. (AEP) ranks among the largest generators of electricity in the U.S. as well as the country's largest electricity transmission system with nearly 39,000-mile network.


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