Tyler Anthony, Senior Vice President of Distribution Operations for ComEd
Tyler Anthony is a senior officer at Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) with more than 29 years of experience in utility operations; his experience includes electric distribution, transmission operations, nuclear generation, project management, customer service, and labor relations. He is currently the senior vice president of Distribution Operations for ComEd. In this position, Anthony directs the strategy, resources and activities for ComEd’s electric distribution system.
Prior to this, Anthony served as vice president of Transmission and Substation for ComEd and was responsible for overseeing the maintenance, construction and engineering of transmission lines, substations and protective relaying systems for the ComEd service territory. Previous to this position, Anthony served as Vice President of Projects for Exelon Nuclear. In this role, Anthony executed large projects across Exelon’s nuclear fleet, including reactor head replacements, turbine retrofits and steam generator replacement.
Anthony is the executive sponsor of ComEd’s GRAD’s organization. A group dedicated to the development and success of engineers entering ComEd. Anthony serves on the board of directors for Openlands, an organization dedicated to cleaner air and water and protecting natural habitats and wildlife in northeastern Illinois. He also serves on the board of the Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC). MPC is dedicated to shaping a more sustainable and prosperous greater Chicago region. As an independent, nonprofit, MPC serves communities and residents by developing and implementing solutions for sound regional growth.
Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd) is a unit of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC), the nation’s leading competitive energy provider, with approximately 6.6 million customers. ComEd provides service to approximately 3.8 million customers across northern Illinois, or 70 percent of the state’s population. ComEd manages more than 90,000 miles of power lines in an 11,400-square-mile service territory.