Pepco has submitted to the Maryland Public Service Commission an application to adjust energy distribution rates and implement a multi-year plan. A public prehearing conference on this matter is scheduled for Wednesday, June 7, 2023, 10 minutes after the conclusion of the Maryland Public Service Commission’s Administrative Meeting, which begins at 10:00 a.m., in the Frank O. Heintz Hearing Room, on the 16th Floor of the William Donald Schaefer Tower, 6 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21202. Any petition to intervene should reference Case No. 9702 and must be filed by June 5, 2023 with Andrew S. Johnston, Executive Secretary, Maryland Public Service Commission at the aforementioned address. Petitions to intervene may also be filed using the Commission’s E-file system. Details of the E-file system are on the Commission’s web page, www.psc.state.md.us (Online Services or Tools).
Powering our communities is just the beginning. Pepco considers it our responsibility to improve the quality of life for people in the communities where we live, work, and serve.
Pepco focuses our corporate giving in four areas - building Exelon's future workforce, energy empowerment in our communities, enrichment through local vitality, and equal access to arts and culture. We support and value diversity, equity & inclusion; we try to reflect the communities in which we operate. Pepco is proud to support nonprofit organizations and students in our local communities. We encourage you to learn about our programs highlighted on this page.
All applications must be submitted by Wednesday, November 1, 2023. Any application received after this date will not be considered until January 2024.
If you are a nonprofit or house of worship in the District of Columbia, you can apply for a demand credit right now. Please download the applications here and email the completed applications to BCSTPEPCO@exeloncorp.com or call 833-504-8659. Please allow one to two weeks for processing.
Pepco Edison Place Gallery & Art Exhibit Showcase: Pepco Edison Place Gallery invites local nonprofit groups and artist to submit proposals to be selected to exhibit in the space for an agreed upon time period during the next calendar period. Nonprofit organizations must be based in Washington, D.C., Montgomery County or Prince George’s County. Currently the gallery is closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Our future as a company and society depends on educating youth who will inherit the future. Pepco supports programs that teach students fundamentals of energy and build excitement for our industry. We partner with programs designed to spark interest in and pursuit of careers in energy, engineering, IT and trade programs that encourage and ensure the industry’s future workforce by focusing on educational opportunities starting from middle school to adulthood.
Pepco prioritizes programs focused on clean air, water, resiliency, fighting the effects of climate change and environmental stewardship. Our focus is to increase resiliency, safety and well-being in communities for action on climate change, severe weather, and emergencies through support of energy management and awareness, as well as the innovative use and promotion of alternative sources of energy. We also work to sustain families and self-sufficiency by supporting programs to assist community members facing the most significant financial challenges and instability.
Pepco’s priority focuses on supporting chambers of commerce and economic development organizations who are critical to the growth of job and income equity in our local communities.We also provide support for community anchors that educate all customers about the energy industry and science.Through our employee giving campaign and support of employee philanthropy and volunteerism, we support a wide variety of community and nonprofit organizations.
Arts and culture encourages rich and diverse engagement. Pepco will fund programs that increase access to the arts for underrepresented communities, especially low-income students, individuals and families, senior citizens and people with disabilities. We achieve this by working with community-based nonprofits that offer programming in schools and neighborhood settings at free, or reduced cost to under resourced communities.
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DC Public Library Know Your Power: The DC Public Library Foundation and Pepco have teamed up with the DC Public Library to launch a contest that inspires teens to think beyond the traditional notion of power and explore how they can use their art to have a positive impact on their communities and the world, both during this unprecedented time and into the future. We work with youth between the ages of 13 – 19 in the Washington, D.C. area to use their creative voice to make a difference.
Energizing Student Potential: Pepco and the Exelon Foundation, in partnership with the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project, Montgomery County Public Schools, Prince George’s County Public Schools, District of Columbia Public Schools and the Office of the State Superintendent offer Energizing Student Potential (ESP), a STEM-focused energy program for grades 3 – 8. The Energizing Student Potential Program is “STEM project-based,” combining classroom activities with a school energy audit by students, a student-run energy fair and an energy-focused STEM challenge.
Pepco Edison Place Gallery & Art Exhibit Showcase: Pepco Edison Place Gallery invites local nonprofit groups and artist to submit proposals to be selected to exhibit in the space for an agreed upon time period during the next calendar period. Nonprofit organizations must be based in Washington, D.C., Montgomery County or Prince George’s County.
Sustainable Communities Grant Program: Pepco is pleased to announce the Sustainable Communities Grant Program. Pepco values the environment and is always working toward delivering a cleaner and brighter future for communities. Pepco contributes $75,000 to support municipal environmental stewardship and resiliency projects in its service territory. Grants to support environmental stewardship and resiliency will be awarded.