Maryland Public Service Commission
Maryland regulators are reconsidering a policy that allows utilities to bill customers for lost revenue during the first 24 hours of a power outage.
The Maryland Public Service Commission will conduct public hearings on the widespread power outages the state suffered during a storm.
Maryland utility regulators questioned developers of a proposed western Maryland wind farm for almost an hour Wednesday before holding off on whether to give them more time to start a project embroiled in a county zoning battle.
The Maryland Public Service Commission has fined Pepco $1 million for failing to maintain its system properly over a period of years and subjecting customers to long outages too often.
Delmarva Power has asked the Maryland Public Service Commission to approve an increase in electric delivery rates in the state.
Maryland regulators have added two days to their review of the proposed sale of Constellation Energy to Exelon Corp.
A program at BGE designed to save customers money comes under fire. Many people across Maryland lost air conditioning for hours during the hottest day ever recorded in Baltimore.
The Maryland Public Service Commission wants to remind residents that public utilities are barred from shutting off electrical service or gas service used for cooling during the heat wave.
Some Baltimore parents are turning their grief into action, trying to change Maryland laws to prevent the kind of tragedy that killed their young daughter five years ago at Druid Hill Park.
FirstEnergy Corp. says Williamsport will be home to its new Maryland operations center.
The Maryland Public Service Commission is seeking authority to fine Pepco and other power companies if they don’t meet tough new standards for reliability and customer service.