Stopping gas leaks from the inside out
CISBOT gives BGE a more cost-effective way to repair and rehabilitate a century-old gas main in the heart of downtown Baltimore with no disruption to customers
Energizing The Future While Connecting With The Past
Meet Daquan Alford, a 2018 graduate of BGE’s Smart Energy Workforce Development Program and one of 10 program participants who have been hired full-time by BGE after graduating high school.
Key Crossing: Maximizing Reliability, Minimizing Impacts
BGE continuously monitors its equipment in order to continue safe and reliable service for our customers. As infrastructure ages, we repair or replace impacted equipment… even when it runs under a major waterway.
Energy Savings Day: Behind the scenes with the BGE Behavioral Demand Response teams
You may have received an alert for an Energy Savings Day and knew it meant the the chance to earn a bill credit. Here is a look at the extensive work that goes into activating a Demand Response event.
Exelon Baltimore pro bono legal clinic helps those seeking immigration relief
Legal and bilingual staff from Exelon, BGE, and Constellation volunteer their time to make vital legal services accessible to vulnerable members of the Baltimore community. Christia Ravenell, assistant general counsel at BGE, reflects on her experience.
Captain Mercaptan Forms New Dynamic Duo to Educate Students About Gas Safety!
“The Adventures of Captain Mercaptan®, BGE Natural Gas Safety Hero Challenge” has returned and now features WBAL-TV meteorologist Ava Marie as exclusive celebrity judge.
BGE EVsmart on the Annapolis Crabs podcast
“We’re helping make people feel comfortable with this transition into electrification”
BGE Softball Classic a Perfect Game
The Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation is committed to helping kids reach their full potential through character education programs and youth development parks. BGE has raised more than $350,000 for the non-profit this year.
The right-of-way to help native plants and animals thrive in energy corridors
How integrated vegetation management transforms the area around transmission lines into vibrant natural communities where birds, bees, and butterflies flourish alongside flowering nectar plants.