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Notice purple streetlights? Let us know so we can fix it!

A manufacturer defect causes the color of some LED streetlights to gradually turn purple or blue

Bringing virtual reality down to earth

Joe Braun is always looking for a better way to do things. When he realized that virtual reality – something video gamers know well – could give employees valuable experience, he worked with BGE’s training department to incorporate VR into its coursework.

Powering our Communities – how BGE focuses our corporate giving

Powering our communities is just the beginning. BGE considers it our responsibility to improve the quality of life for people in the communities where we live, work, and serve.

No osprey left behind

For decades, BGE has protected osprey families from fire and injury by relocating osprey nests away from power poles. This summer, osprey safety became personal for BGE employees who had the satisfaction of learning an injured chick they had rescued had fully recovered – and is ready to fly south.

After 31 years, BGE President and Chief Operating Officer Stephen J. Woerner says good-bye Baltimore, hello Boston.

“There’s a lot that BGE has to be proud of – how you tap into ideas within a team and surface those ideas and give resources to those ideas to make a difference. I will take that with me.”

44 small businesses receive $20,000 pandemic relief grants

“We are a social club which operates for the enjoyment and entertainment of our guests. Our place as an anchor institution in the Black community is undisputed and valued by neighbors, friends, and families across Baltimore City and beyond. With the $20,000 award we will revitalize our business.” — John Harris, Arch Social Club.