It has been a bumpy year for energy players like Exelon, one of the largest power generators in Texas. Most recently, the company had to contend with damage and delays caused by winter storms in that state, which overwhelmed the electric grid and disrupted millions of lives. The Chicago-based company’s revenue came in at $33 billion, down 4% year over year, and net income was nearly $2 billion, a decrease of 33% from the year before. And there are more changes on the horizon: Exelon has announced that it will separate its utilities businesses from Generation, its power generation division, creating two publicly traded companies.
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