Baltimore Gas and Electric
Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) crews announced they have restored power to nearly 93% of people affected by the thunderstorm, heavy rains and high winds that struck central Maryland Tuesday evening.
Utility crews are working to restore power to thousands of customers in the mid-Atlantic region after strong storms moved through the area.
Baltimore Gas and Electric says residents looking to get rid of old air conditioners can recycle them this weekend.
Baltimore Gas and Electric is warning customers about a new telephone scam.
Baltimore Gas & Electric says it is seeking rate increases for electricity and natural gas distribution.
There’s frustration and outright anger at BGE. It’s all over a small fee charged to all customers, even to those who lost power for days during that powerful storm that tore through the state.
BGE is asking its customers to be cautious of individuals posing as the utility’s employees and entering into their homes and businesses.
Two Maryland state senators urged state regulators on Thursday to fine Pepco and Baltimore Gas and Electric more than $100 million each for the long power outages residents suffered during and after a powerful summer storm that swept across the state in late June.
The temperature rises and the power is still out for thousands.
More than two days after storms pummeled the mid-Atlantic region, hundreds of thousands of people are still in the dark.
Extreme heat beat down on Maryland Thursday. A heat advisory was in effect but was lifted for most of the state except for Caroline, Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne’s and Talbot counties where the advisory continues until 5 p.m. Friday.
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