Scott A. Vogt, Vice President, Energy Acquisition, oversees electricity supply procurement, wholesale contract administration, and settling the wholesale power market for the ComEd zone, and provides strategic and financial analyses to inform regulatory policy and business development decision making. Scott was a key member of the development and negotiation teams for both the Illinois Electric Infrastructure Modernization Act and Future Energy Jobs Bill (FEJA). ComEd is a unit of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation. ComEd delivers electricity to approximately 3.8 million residential and business customers across northern Illinois, or 70 percent of the state’s population.
Scott joined ComEd in 1998 as a financial analyst, and served in a variety of positions in finance including director of Exelon Corporate Planning, where he was responsible for the development of monthly financial forecasts, monthly financial reporting packages, and Exelon project evaluation. Scott also held positions as the director of financial planning and analysis for both Exelon Nuclear and ComEd. Prior to his appointment as vice president of energy acquisition, Scott was the vice president of regulatory projects where he was responsible for supporting the transmission and distribution rate making processes as well as leading a team evaluating post-EIMA regulatory structures.
Bachelor’s degree in Business Analysis, Indiana University.