About 2,000 Pepco customers throughout upper Northwest D.C. did not have power around 2 p.m. Wednesday.
The massive new vehicle will allow crews to coordinate and run operations on the ground in areas affected by storm damage.
Pepco is seeking a rate hike for customers in Maryland less than a month after the utility was acquired by Chicago-based Exelon Corporation.
Seven Prince George’s County Public schools have been affected by a handful of power outages Thursday.
The Grid 2.0 Working Group has asked the D.C. Public Service Commission to reconsider its approval of the $6.8 billion merger between Exelon and the Pepco, calling the process flawed.
Pepco Holdings Chief Executive Officer Joseph Rigby will retire as a result of Pepco’s $6.8 billion merger with Exelon Corporation, approved by the D.C. Public Service Commission Wednesday, the last regulatory hurdle in the merger that was announced nearly two years ago.
The D.C. Public Service Commission has approved a controversial $6.8 billion merger between power companies Pepco and Exelon after rejecting two previous versions of the deal.
Due to underground equipment failure, a few hundred Pepco customers in Silver Spring, Maryland were without electricity Sunday afternoon
The people’s counsel for the District of Columbia says she can’t accept a proposal by power companies Exelon and Pepco to salvage their $6.8 billion merger.
Pepco and Exelon are offering up a new proposal to gain approval of the proposed $6.8 billion merger of the two power companies.
Friday was supposed to be the “drop dead” date for the Exelon-Pepco merger, but now it looks like the two companies will keep talking.
The District of Columbia’s water and sewer authority is the latest city agency to come out against a revised settlement that would allow energy companies Exelon and Pepco to merge.
The mayor of the nation’s capital withdrew her support Tuesday for a proposed $6.8 billion merger of power companies Pepco and Exelon.
District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser says she can no longer support a proposed $6.8 billion merger of Pepco and Exelon.
The D.C. Public Service Commission rejects the Pepco-Exelon merger. The long-awaited vote means the nearly $7 billion deal is not dead yet but is now on hold. The companies will now go back and discuss new conditions set by the Public Service Commission.