Exelon exec to give energy presentation

The Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce is poised to offer an energy boost.


Ron DeGregorio

The group will hold its annual fall luncheon on Thursday, Oct. 20, beginning at 11 a.m. at Hartefeld National Golf Club in Avondale. The keynote speaker is Ron DeGregorio, senior vice president of Exelon Generation and president of Exelon Power. DeGregorio will present “Tomorrow's Energy Industry: An Exelon Perspective,” according to a SCCCC press release.

The annual luncheon welcomes business and community leaders from across the region. The fee is $45 for members, $55 for non-members, and $395 for a table of eight. To register, visit www.scccc.com.

As president of Exelon Power, DeGregorio oversees the operations and maintenance of Exelon Generation’s fossil (coal, oil and natural gas), landfill gas, hydro, wind and solar-powered fleet of generating assets that are capable of generating more than 15,000 megawatts of electricity in 16 states and Alberta, Canada. DeGregorio also served as chief integration officer for Exelon during the company’s merger with Constellation Energy. In the position, he led the integration of all processes, procedures, systems, staffing, and synergies between the two companies, the release said.

In addition to his professional duties, DeGregorio also actively supports various charities in the Philadelphia area, including the United Way, and has served as an executive board member of the Tri-County Chamber of Commerce.

Sponsors of the event include Kendal-Crosslands Communities, WSFS Bank; Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco Attorneys at Law; Cyron & Company, CPA; DNB First; Fulton Bank, Brandywine Division; Longwood Gardens; Cabot Kjellerup Realty Trust; Genesis; Jackson ImmunoResearch Laboratories; SERVPRO of Kennett Square and Oxford; The Tri-M Group, LLC; Communication Works Now; and Jennersville Regional Hospital, the release said.

The Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce, the region's leading pro-business member organization, is dedicated to the growth and development of its members and the business community by providing opportunities to connect businesses and support sustainable economic development. Founded in 1929 in Kennett Square, the chamber hosts more than 70 events and programs each year for its nearly 500 members.


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