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PECO is closely monitoring the track of Hurricane Florence, which is expected to make landfall in the southeastern United States on Thursday. The company has developed enhanced staffing plans to respond to any potential issues caused by the storm, should it shift toward southeastern Pennsylvania. In addition to PECO’s 2,600 employees, the company has secured additional support from local contractors, and has placed crews and personnel on standby.Should the storm impact the region, PECO reminds customers to stay safe during severe weather and prepare for possible storm damage. Customers should visit peco.com/alerts to choose how to receive messages from PECO regarding an outage or severe weather – via text, email or phone. Customers also should:
More safety and storm preparation tips are available at peco.com/safety.While PECO prepares for storm response, the company continues to participate in mutual assistance coordination calls with utilities in the path of the storm to determine if, and when, resources may be available from areas not impacted by the storm. Should the storm not impact southeastern Pennsylvania, PECO will work with its Exelon sister utilities - Atlantic City Electric, BGE, ComEd, Delmarva Power, and Pepco—as well as other utilities nationwide to coordinate mutual assistance support where it is needed. PECO most recently provided restoration assistance in Puerto Rico and to areas of Florida that were affected by Hurricanes Maria and Irma last September.