Notice is hereby given in reference to Case Number 9655, Pepco’s Application for a Multi-year Plan, that hearings for the purpose of soliciting comments from the public will be held on Monday, March 15, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. and Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. via virtual meeting.
If you would like to speak at the March 15, 2021 hearing, please send an email to email@example.com by 12:00 noon on Friday, March 12, 2021. If you would like to speak at the April 15, 2021 hearing, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12:00 noon on Wednesday, April 14, 2021.
Anyone wishing to observe the live stream of the public hearings may do so via the Commission’s YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/c/MarylandPSC Please also direct any questions about the public hearing to email@example.com.
Due to scheduled maintenance, outage status information on the outage map will not be updating from Saturday, 4/17 starting 11 pm until Sunday, 4/18 at 8 am.
When service damage occurs, it's important to understand who is responsible for the repair. Distinguish between areas owned by Pepco and areas owned by the customer.
Pepco will reinstall the customer's overhead service drop to the original point of attachment of the building. The customer is responsible for any repair to their service entrance cable (Line side and load side)
Business owners and homeowners are encouraged to conduct a damage assessment of their facilities following a severe storm such as a hurricane. In many cases, there may be damage to your electric equipment that must be repaired before electric service can be restored to your property. While we are responsible for the service line that comes into your home or business and the electric meter, there are other components that are the responsibility of the property owner. If any of these components are damaged, we will not be able to restore electric service to your property.
If you have overhead service, check the weatherhead and riser for damage. This is the upside-down J-shaped metal cap and the pipe that runs down to your electric meter where the power lines connect to your home or business. If it appears bent or loose, have a licensed electrician inspect and repair it, if necessary. Check the meter box, too, and if it is pulled away from the building, have your electrician re-attach the box. If there is damage to the meter, we will repair or replace it. Your electrician can advise you if a permit or inspection is required.
If you have underground service, check the riser (the pipe that extends below the meter into the ground), as well as the meter box itself. If you see any damage, contact your electrician to inspect the items and make repairs if necessary.
We are responsible for the following components:
If any of these components are damaged, please call 202-833-7500.