Pepco Maryland Customer bills will increase starting on April 1, 2022, and as authorized by the Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC), will be partially reduced by certain tax benefits. With the rate adjustment and offsets approved by the PSC, typical residential electric bills will increase by $3.48 per month as compared to last year. See pepco.com/MYPMD for details.
As the primary energy provider in the Capital area, we have a responsibility to deliver safe and reliable energy to our customers. The Capital Grid Project is an integrated solution that helps strengthen the Capital area energy grid over the long term, promoting enhanced reliability and resiliency. Through this Project, we are continuing our purposeful work, delivering on our promise to provide safe and reliable energy to our customers, and acting on our commitment to continually driving our communities forward.
The Capital Grid Project is a forward-looking plan that will:
The Project is a solution that resolves many needs in the Capital area and results in a modernized system that can withstand and recover from unforeseen events, such as severe storms or equipment failure. In addition, there are several long-term benefits for our customers in the Capital area including:
Improving System Redundancy and Resiliency
Support Growth of Renewable Energy
Enable Economic Development
Pepco has provided information on the details and benefits of the Capital Grid Project to multiple stakeholders, including the Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia (PSC) and the Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA). We are pleased that the PSC and BZA have approved the Project, and construction will begin in 2020. The proposed timeline is included in our Capital Grid Project fact sheet
We will continue to coordinate with local partners and governing agencies to minimize the impact on businesses, traffic and parking, or other possible disruptions.
Click here for an interactive map showing where construction will take place and when we will be visiting your community to talk about the project.
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