Exelon buys 720 MW Wolf Hollow Power Plant in Texas

Chicago, August 25, 2011 — Exelon Corp. completed its previously announced acquisition of Wolf Hollow, a combined-cycle natural gas-fired power plant, adding 720 MW of clean energy to Exelon Generation's portfolio in the competitive Electric Reliability Council of Texas power market.

The acquisition of Wolf Hollow builds on Exelon's plans to invest nearly $5 billion in cost-effective, clean energy projects over six years, as part of the company's Exelon 2020 strategy to eliminate the equivalent of its 2001 carbon footprint.

The purchase price for Wolf Hollow is $305 million, as adjusted for working capital. Exelon expects the transaction will be accretive to free cash flow beginning in 2012 and will generate long-term value by adding an efficient combined-cycle natural gas-fired plant to Exelon's ERCOT portfolio.

The acquisition also eliminated an existing power purchase agreement between Exelon and Wolf Hollow to purchase 350 MW of output through 2023 at above current observable market power prices.

Wolf Hollow also enhances Exelon Generation's strong and growing fleet in Texas, which now includes a total capacity of 3,132 MW at multiple plants. Barclays Capital acted as financial advisor to Exelon, and Jackson Walker acted as Exelon's legal counsel.

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