Pepco and the D.C. Department of Transportation have been given the go-ahead to start phase one of a 10-year plan to move power lines across the city underground.
It’s been just over two years since the derecho left 1.5 million people in our area without power, and Pepco is outlining when D.C. residents can expect new underground power lines to be installed in the city.
A boy is dead and thousands of people in Maryland and Virginia are in the dark after strong storms moved through the region Tuesday night.
The Maryland Public Service Commission has approved an electricity rate hike for Pepco, but less than the utility requested.
Exelon is buying Pepco for $6.83 billion to create a large electric and gas utility in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Pepco is warning customers of scammers trying to steal information through fake utility invoices.
Thousands of people still are without power in the Washington area after two winter storms brought snow, sleet and freezing rain to the area.
The utility Pepco is seeking a $43.3 million rate hike in Maryland, the utility’s third requested increase in two years.
Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett says he’ll appeal the Maryland Public Service Commission’s decision to grant Pepco a $27.9 million rate increase and a new surcharge to improve grid reliability.
The massive outage spans from Adams Morgan to the National Mall.