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.
Community involvement and corporate giving back to the community are part of Constellation’s mission. In addition to volunteer efforts in various U.
Constellation’s personal ties with customers matter; that’s one reason why Constellation started its Refer a Friend program. Constellation wants you to benefit from sharing the good news about your experiences with Constellation — and reward both you and a friend for doing so.
People might assume that a large energy company would only be interested in funding energy-related or maybe science-related community projects. While Constellation certainly believes investing in energy programs is important, we have a broader impact when it comes to corporate social responsibility initiatives.
As a leading competitive retail supplier of power, natural gas, and energy products and services for homes and businesses across the continental US, and a subsidiary of the Exelon Corporation, Constellation’s main focus is supplying power to millions of consumers across America. But Constellation also puts energy — a lot of volunteer and funding energy
Constellation is more than an energy company. We encourage volunteerism throughout the communities we serve, and in 2015 alone Constellation employees logged more than 20,000 volunteer hours to support communities and programs across America.
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Many thanks to Maryland Center for Veterans Education & Training for all their work serving our veterans! Over the last several weeks, Constellation solar managers Rick Justice and Danny Seaman hosted seven MCVET veterans for job shadowing, at our active Henderson Hopkins solar job site.
Now that school days have begun and kids are starting to settle into their new schedules, it’s time to rack your brain for after-school activities your kids can participate in. Sports, youth groups, even part time jobs—anything that will keep them from spending their afternoons and weekends indoors and in front of tv screens.
Constellation, with our parent company Exelon, is committed to advancing renewable energy initiatives and creating economic opportunities in Baltimore and throughout Maryland. We’re proud to announce our support of GRID Alternatives, the nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer, as they kick off a pilot project that is bringing both clean energy and green jobs to the heart
Constellation employees engaged in several volunteer service projects that positively impacted the communities we serve during this year’s National Volunteer Week and Teach For America Week. Collectively, volunteer activities focused on improving education, cleaning up the environment and improving diversity and inclusion initiatives.
If you’re in the market to buy a vacuum cleaner, you have many options. It used to be that the choice you had was classic upright vs.
Power outages can be unpredictable — and are unfortunately common — events, affecting more than 36 million Americans in 2017 alone. If a blackout lasts for a long time, it can create many challenging and potentially dangerous situations for families.
This lesson will help students understand how electricity is transported and how smart meters and grid upgrades will help utilities and customers understand their energy consumption in an effort to save energy. Students will also be introduced to microgrids as a way for communities to reduce energy consumption collectively and ensure their local electrical infrastructure