Md. Power Companies Barred From Shutting Off Service Until May 31The Maryland Public Service Commission is giving utility customers a break after an unusually cold winter.
Power Companies: Prepare For Multiple Days In The DarkPower companies are urging customers to prepare for multiple days without electricity ahead of what could be the biggest snow storm to hit the mid-Atlantic in years.
Storm Outages Decline in Va. to About 5,350 Utilities have restored service to thousands of customers in Virginia who lost electricity during a winter storm.
Dominion to Lower Fuel Charge for Va. Customers Virginia regulators have approved a request from Dominion Virginia Power to lower what it charges customers to recover its fuel costs early.
Dominion Virginia Power Updates Energy Plan Dominion Virginia Power has submitted an updated long-range energy plan to state regulators that proposes a heavy reliance on natural gas, but also includes large-scale solar power generation and wind power.
Meteorologists: Power Of Moore Tornado Dwarfs Hiroshima BombWind, humidity and rainfall combined precisely to create the massive killer tornado in Moore, Okla. And when they did, the awesome amount of energy released over that city dwarfed the power of the atomic bomb that leveled Hiroshima.
Power Restored to More Than 15K in Upper Montgomery CountyPower has been restored to more than 15,000 residents left in the dark in the Montgomery County Tuesday night.
Dominion: Hurricane Sandy Could Leave 1 Million In The Dark Dominion Virginia Power estimates up to 1 million customers could lose power over the next few days as Hurricane Sandy barrels by Virginia.
Crews Restoring Power Throughout Maryland, DC AreaCrews are making progress in restoring power to those affected by severe storms that blew through the mid-Atlantic region.
More Than 276,000 Still Without Power In Va. More than 276,000 electricity customers across Virginia have no service as crews work to repair power lines and equipment damaged by severe storms.
Power Outages Could Last Most Of The WeekFrom North Carolina to New Jersey, nearly 1.8 million people still without electricity were asking the same question Monday evening: Why will it take so long to get the lights back on?