More than 15,000 customers are without power in Maryland as winter weather moves through the region. But the number is down from earlier in the day.
BGE is preparing for the worst, as severe weather makes its way to the East Coast.
Maryland is still soggy after the year’s first tropical storm dumped inches of rain across the state.
Hundreds of customers are without power and motorists are facing a messy morning commute as Tropical Storm Andrea brings heavy rains to the mid-Atlantic region.
Maryland utility crews are aggressively preparing for potential outages as a dynamic storm moves through Maryland.
Baltimore Gas & Electric Company is closely monitoring an approaching weather front that will likely bring heavy, wet snow and wind gusts of up to 50 miles per hour across the majority of its central Maryland service area on Wednesday.
Utility companies say they’ve restored electricity to nearly all of the more than 7,000 customers in central and western Maryland affected by a winter storm.
The utility that serves the Washington suburbs has asked Maryland regulators for a rate increase that would add about $7 to the average monthly bill of residential customers.
As Maryland gets caught in the crosshairs of Sandy, more than 210,000 BGE customers have lost power.
Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) has announced that it is preparing for any possible power outages this weekend and into early next week in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
MMaryland regulators on Friday rejected a large portion of the Potomac Electric Power Company’s request for a 4 percent rate increase, citing the company’s history of substandard performance.
Severe thunderstorms in the Washington area caused trees and power lines to fall, leaving many residents in the dark.