At Constellation, giving back to the community is an important part of our mission. From Community Champions to volunteering with groups like Habitat for Humanity, Constellation works hard to be a good corporate citizen. In addition to offering financial support for various community programs, we encourage our employees to volunteer, too. Learn more about how your community can benefit from Constellation community programs.
National Volunteer Week may be over, but Constellation’s commitment to giving back to the community goes on all year long. One of the many initiatives that we are proud to be involved in is the City of Baltimore’s “Power in Dirt” initiative.
What better way to connect with communities during National Volunteer Week than to team up with organizations that are dedicated to making our world a better place! We volunteer to help support organizations all year long, but we’re especially excited to post about one of many activities that our fellow coworkers all over the country
With Earth Day right around the corner, Constellation employees are amping up for this year’s Eco-Challenge. This week, employee teams consisting of at least five members will compete in 25 carbon-reducing challenges, ranging from simple to more challenging tasks to help improve our environment.
By Sonya Ulen Director, Load Response, Constellation Energy Competition is a matter of pride for many higher learning institutions. For many alumni and students, collegiate competition is a lifelong passion.
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Constellation Electric recently collaborated with the United Way of Central Maryland (UWCM) to provide its supporters with the opportunity to save on their electric bills while helping UWCM provide essential human services throughout the region. Every time a UWCM supporter signs up for a Constellation Electric fixed price plan, he or she can save up
Just days before the Valentine’s Day holiday, a group of 24 Constellation Energy employees and their children gathered in Baltimore at Stadium Place, an affordable urban retirement community developed by GEDCO (Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation). The volunteers worked with residents of Stadium Place creating Valentine’s Day cards as well as packaging homemade cookies.
Over the last couple of years, as automobile manufacturers have begun testing and offering electric vehicles (EVs), the energy industry has taken a hard look at how regional grids can support EV charging while nearly half of the U.S.
Fixing water damage is no fun, whether it’s because your home is in a flood-prone area, or because you have a leaky pipe or roof or other structural problems. “Water damage” usually refers to water that gets into your home through cracks in foundation, flooding, broken pipes or some other way, and that can cause
As one of America’s leading competitive energy providers, we recognize our responsibility to help our communities throughout the country — not only by providing business and home energy services, but by spreading positive energy everywhere we go. We strive to serve from the ground up, from our local residents to the small businesses they run
Lighting your home might seem like a no-brainer, but there’s actually more to it than meets the eye. Creative, energy-efficient lighting does more than just look nice; it also can maximize the functionality of your living space and save on energy costs.