Mark A. Schiavoni
Senior Vice President, Exelon Generation
Schiavoni, 53, is senior vice president of Exelon Generation and president of Exelon Power, a position he assumed in August of 2004. As president of Exelon Power, Schiavoni oversees the following functions: fossil and hydro generation operations, outage and work management, engineering and technical support, Exelon New England holdings, new generation development, and operational oversight of co-owned facilities and purchased power contracts. Schiavoni recently developed and implemented a management model for fleet operations that reduced overhead and improved fleet commercial availability in multiple merchant markets, and developed environmental and safety programs that have led to top decile industry performance. Previously, Schiavoni was vice president of operations for Exelon Power. He was responsible for the regular operation, including operations, maintenance, outages and work management, at Exelon’s fossil and hydroelectric facilities. Additionally, Schiavoni was vice president, Exelon Power Northeast Operations, and held operational responsibility for all of Exelon Power’s plants in the Northeast. In that role, he was responsible not only for the operational aspects of the plants in the Northeast, but also for overseeing the construction and integration of the new generation assets that were part of the Exelon Power fleet at the time.
Schiavoni joined Exelon in January 2000 as maintenance director and plant manager for Exelon Nuclear’s LaSalle Station. Prior to his position at LaSalle, he was director for maintenance for Florida Power’s Crystal River 3 nuclear generating station and was at FirstEnergy’s Perry Nuclear Power Plant in Cleveland, Ohio. Prior to his utility experience, Schiavoni spent 22 years in the U.S. Navy’s nuclear program.
Schiavoni is a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and the American Legion. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Southern Chester County United Way, Chester County Boy Scouts of America and Association of Edison Illuminating Companies (AEIC).
Schiavoni and his wife, Amy, have four children.
Schiavoni recently completed the Stanford Senior Executive Program.