Green projects aim to reduce harmful environmental impact by promoting renewable energy and beneficial electrification. They simultaneously work to mitigate the effects of climate change on a macro scale and improve public health within a local community. This page will delve into the green initiatives being undertaken in Bronzeville, the technologies and projects that promote public health using clean, sustainable energy.


With EV adoption in the community on track to increase, ComEd is enhancing charging infrastructure within the Community of the Future, with consideration for the impact this will have on both the grid and the community. The Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD) and Curbside Residential Charging Toolkit project is being developed to evaluate and implement innovative, cost-effective, and flexible charging solutions that can be expanded to enhance residential MUD and curbside plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) charging systems. Utilizing a Department of Energy grant, ComEd is in the process of installing 5 public chargers to encourage community use and provide a clean, safe transportation service for the neighborhood.