Exelon unveils new Cordova learning center (from Quad-City Times, June 29, 2018)

From Quad-City Times, June 29, 2018
by Sarah Ritter, Quad-City Times

Exelon officials celebrated a new $7 million Professional Learning Center expansion in Cordova, two years after it was announced the power station would close.

"If you step back, in an alternate universe, in a place where we didn't take action, this plant already would be no more," Site Vice President Ken Ohr said. "Instead we're with all the folks here after having the success that was incredible in the making in the state of Illinois, and the hard work of all of our employees to keep the lights on. (That's) combined with the citizens of the Quad-Cities, the Chamber and legislators on both sides of the aisle." Read more here.



Illinois State Representative Tony McCombie (R), left, tours a computer lab in the new 36,000-square foot addition to the Professional Learning Center at the Exelon Quad-Cities Generating Station Cordova Friday, June 29, 2018.

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