District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray wants to move up to 60 major power lines underground at a cost of $1 billion to prevent extended outages in the future.
Maryland utility regulators say they have set aside 10 days to hear a rate increase request from Pepco.
Pepco is seeking a $52 million rate increase for District of Columbia customers that would add $5.89 to the average monthly residential bill.
The Pepco utility company says a fallen tree cut power to thousands of customers in Prince George’s County and the District of Columbia.
Maryland’s Public Service Commission has decided ratepayers of three utilities can potentially opt-out of installing smart meters.
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.
While there’s a lot to be concerned with because of Hurricane Sandy, many Maryland residents are worried about the loss of power which could continue for days.
While there’s a lot to be concerned with because of Hurricane Sandy, many Maryland residents are worried about the loss of power—which could continue for days.
Pepco and its union say they have reached a tentative contract agreement that will likely avert a strike.
Union workers at Pepco have rejected what the company called its final contract offer and could go on strike.
Union workers at the Pepco utility company are scheduled to vote this week on a contract proposal.