Public hearings for adjustments to Pepco Maryland electric rates are scheduled for 6:30pm May 6 (Prince George's Co. Comm. College, Largo Student Ctr., Rennie Forum, 301 Largo Rd, Largo, MD) and 6:30pm May 9 (Montgomery Co. Council Office Bldg., 3rd Floor Hearing Rm., 100 Maryland Ave., Rockville, MD). Written comments may be submitted by May 15, visit pepco.com for details.
We want to share a few resources that can help you meet your energy needs.
This program provides assistance to low-income customers with their home heating bills
Payments are made to the fuel supplier and utility company
Applicants are eligible to apply for the MEAP program once at any time during the program year, July 1-May 31
Call 1-800-352-1446 or
visit the Office of Home Energy Programs website
This program provides assistance to low-income customers for their electric bill
Customers may receive help that pays a portion of their current electric bill
Some EUSP participants may qualify for assistance with past-due electric bills as well as referrals to energy efficiency program
Call 1-800-352-1446 or visit the Office of Home Energy Programs website
This program is designed to protect low-income families from utility shutoff
Customers who are eligible for assistance from MEAP may also be eligible for participation in USPP
Customers receive an electric bill for the same amount each month throughout the year
Call 1-866-900-3637 or visit the Office of Home Energy Programs website
*The program is administered through the Maryland Department of Human Resources, Office of Home Energy Programs.
Pepco customers with a disconnection notice or who currently have service disconnected can receive a grant up to $1,000 once a year through the Pepco Washington Area Fuel Fund Partnership administered by the Salvation Army. Customers in the District of Columbia (wards 1-6) call 202-332-5000 or (wards 7-8) call 202-678-9771.