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Exelon utilities seek proposals for 737 MW in DC, Delaware

Two Exelon Corp. utilities are seeking proposals for wholesale power supplies of 737 MW to meet their standard offer service obligations in Washington, D.C., and Delaware.

Delmarva Power & Light Co. is seeking proposals for about 410 MW of power, of which 250 MW will be procured for residential, small commercial and industrial customers, 125 MW for medium general service-secondary customers, 15 MW for large general service-secondary customers and 20 MW for general service-primary customers.

The company has scheduled a pre-bid conference webinar for interested bidders Oct. 12.

Separately, Potomac Electric Power Co. is soliciting proposals for approximately 327 MW of electricity, including two three-year contracts for 111 MW and 9 MW for residential and small commercial customers, respectively, and a one-year contract for about 207 MW for large commercial customers. Bidding for the supply service contracts will start June 1, 2018.

The utility will hold a pre-bid conference for prospective bidders later this month and expects to conclude the multiphase process with the posting of retail rates by Feb. 1, 2018.

More information is available on the request for proposal's websites, and