BALTIMORE, MD — Constellation Energy Source (CES) announced that it has been selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers to provide energy management services through the construction, ownership, and operation of a central plant that will provide hvac for the Steelers’ new stadium.

Gregory Jarosinski, president of CES, said, “This agreement confirms our commitment to the energy services market and exemplifies the resources CES can leverage for the benefit of our customers.”

Construction for the 65,000-seat stadium is scheduled to be completed by August 2001. Daniel Rooney, owner of the Steelers, said, “Our football team plays in a world-class city and now we’ve partnered with a world-class energy company to manage the energy needs of our stadium.”

Publication date: 10/02/2000