Don’t be surprised if you find your neighbors turning off their lights for a full hour Saturday night. They’re taking part in a global movement called Earth Hour.
Virginia regulators estimate that consumers may have to pay significantly more for electricity under Gov. Ralph Northam’s plan to reduce air pollution by joining a carbon cap-and-trade program with other states.
Arlington joins San Francisco, Seattle, and Oakland as one of the most sustainably powered localities in America.
A day after hail and heavy rain pummeled the area, residents are cleaning up debris, estimating the damage to houses, cars and businesses, and in thousands of cases waiting for the power to come back on. See photos and check the latest progress on the outages.
Most of Saturday morning’s 3,600 power outages in Northern Virginia have been resolved.
Despite the current arctic cold, homeowners in the Washington area can expect to spend considerably less for heat this winter.
WASHINGTON — A car accident is to blame for a power outage in Northeast and Southeast that’s left 499 Pepco customers without electricity Tuesday. Pepco spokesman Bill Yingling says crews are evaluating the damage and…
Maryland regulators say you can opt out of accepting your utilities\’ smart meters, but do you have to pay for it?
Pepco says it\’s restored electricity to more than 2,200 Pepco customers in the District.
Thousands of Potomac Edison customers without power may want
to find another place to stay after a spokesman for the utility company said
Wednesday there is \”absolutely no way\” power will be restored to all customers by
the end of Wednesday.
An energy vampire in your house is sucking your wallet dry. But you can drive a stake into it and reduce your energy costs by 10 percent with just a little effort.
With severe storms threatening to roll into the area Wednesday, weather forecasters are playing key roles at area utility companies.
Baltimore Gas and Electric\’s request for a rate hike would add 4 percent to electric bills and 4 percent to natural gas bills.
If approved, the seven-year, $1 billion
construction project would bury 60
power distribution lines in Northwest, Northeast and Southeast.
The District government is going off the reservation for its
electricity supply, preparing a utility-sized solicitation to
purchase a third of its power from alternative sources.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.