“We thought it a good time to have Pete Callahan of Exelon come in,” Medway Town Administrator Michael Boynton explained to the Medway Board of Selectmen at their May 7th meeting. Boynton referenced the Host Community Agreement that calls for Exelon to make periodic updates to the Board of Selectmen about project construction and his …
Generating the Future, Responsibly.
To ensure there will be enough energy in the future when you need it, Exelon Generation is expanding its existing power generating facility on Summer Street in Medway.
The expansion will add two units of highly efficient, fast starting peak electric generating capacity to the three-unit facility on Summer Street which has been safely operating since 1970. The expansion is being built on the plant’s existing 65-acre site, and will feature clean air technologies, minimal water use and has been designed to protect public health. Due to topography and wooded buffer areas around the plant property, the expansion will not be visible to most neighbors.
We are a long-term member of the Medway business community and the second largest commercial taxpayer in town, and will be the largest after completion of the expansion. We plan to stay and grow our community presence.
Check out the Milford Daily News article about Exelon Generation’s sponsorship of the Medway STEM Saturday event on March 24, 2018.