Md. Commission Approves Rate Hike For PepcoThe Maryland Public Service Commission has approved an electricity rate hike for Pepco, but less than the utility requested.
PSC To Conduct Further Hearings On Smart MetersMaryland's Public Service Commission has decided ratepayers of three utilities can potentially opt-out of installing smart meters.
O'Malley Appoints PSC Chairman To JudgeshipGov. Martin O'Malley has appointed the chairman of the Maryland Public Service Commission to be a judge on the state's intermediate appellate court, and the governor has named a new director of public affairs for his administration.
Western Md. Toll Bridge Fees Could Triple The fee for driving a car across the Potomac River on a private toll bridge in western Maryland would triple under a staff proposal from the state Public Service Commission.
PSC Wrestles With Billing After Power OutagesMaryland regulators are considering changing a policy that allows utilities to bill customers for lost revenue during the first 24 hours of a power outage.
PSC Rejects Most Of Pepco Rate Increase RequestMMaryland 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.
PSC Denies Gas Rate IncreaseThe Maryland Public Service Commission has rejected an application by Washington Gas Light Co. for a substantial rate increase for its gas customers in Maryland.
Exelon, Constellation Execs Before Md. PSCThe two CEOs working to merge Constellation Energy and Exelon spent their day trying to convince state regulators it's a good deal for BGE customers.
PSC Fines Maryland TelemarketerA Maryland telemarketer has been fined $490,000 for reportedly violating Mississippi's no-call law.
Md. Prison Solar Farm Gets Nod From PSC Judge A Maryland Public Service Commission judge is giving tentative approval to a large solar energy project on the grounds of a state prison complex near Hagerstown.
O'Malley To Swear In New PSC MembersGov. Martin O'Malley will be swearing in two new members of the Public Service Commission.
W.Va. PSC Dismisses 765kV Power Line ApplicationThe state Public Service Commission has agreed to dismiss an application to build a 765-kilovolt power line across West Virginia.