Chicago-headquartered Exelon, the largest electric company in the U.S., dropped seven spots on this year’s list. In 2021, the company’s profits also decreased 13.1% year over year to $1.7 billion, after falling 33% in 2020. Some observers expect better performance from the company over the coming year after the February 2022 finalization of its separation from Constellation Energy Corp., which handles power generation; the split could allow Exelon to focus more efficiently on energy transmission and distribution.
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