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Shameka Wilson BGE

BGE profiles: Shameka Wilson, gas controller in Gas System Control

Meet the first woman in BGE history to serve as gas controller, the latest chapter of her career that has focused on country, customers, and community

BGE’s Electric Vehicle Program, EVsmart, boosts transportation electrification in Maryland

In just one year, more than 250 residential customers have claimed EV charger rebates, 200 of 500 BGE-owned public chargers have been reserved by governmental partners, and EV adoption continues to grow

Maryland Kids have the Energy to Learn with BGE

New remote learning program is helping students, parents and teachers continue to learn about electric and natural gas safety.

BGE Smart Energy Savers Program® Offers Fresh Start for Commercial Laundry Corporation

“I would have been out of business if it weren’t for BGE.”

New EV Charging Rates provide flexibility and savings for drivers

Vehicle Charging Rate launched using innovative technology as EV charging becomes more accessible throughout Maryland; charger rebates also now available to Tesla owners

BGE Summer Library

Imagine Your Story.

BGE is supporting summer reading initiatives at public libraries in Baltimore and Carroll Counties with sponsorship and energy savings learning materials.

BGE Key Crossing test pile install

Construction begins on BGE’s Key Crossing transmission reliability project

New transmission towers and two miles of high voltage power lines will cross the Patapsco River next to the Francis Scott Key Bridge, replacing old underwater cables—benefiting the environment and improving reliability for customers

BGE is Ready for Summer Heat and Severe Weather. Are you?

Here’s how you can save money on your energy bill this summer.
 

BGE supports #BlackLivesMatter

“We have the opportunity to proudly declare what we do stand for: diversity and inclusion and fostering a culture at BGE where everyone feels safe and valued.”

BGE truck in Essex

BGE Launches Customer Relief and Energy Infrastructure Investment Plan to Support Pandemic Economic Recovery

More than 300 energy infrastructure projects and BGE operations in central Maryland support $15 billion in local economic impact and 26,000 jobs over the next three years.

Caterers and BGE come together to support COVID-19 first responders

BGE partnered with six area caterers to provide nearly 2,000 meals to doctors, nurses, and fire stations throughout central Maryland

Supporting Our Community During COVID 19: A Message from BGE Chief Customer Officer Tamla Olivier

BGE suspends service disconnections for nonpayment and waives new late fees for residential customers through at least July 1 August 1, 2020 extending the moratorium put in place to support our customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

BGE storm damage repair work

Photos: BGE crews restore service to more than 63,000 customers impacted by severe storms

High winds and heavy rain damaged electric equipment throughout central Maryland during back-to-back weather events in April 2020

Gift of Energy

Give the Gift of Energy with BGE’s new program

Know someone who needs help with their energy bill? Give them a Gift of Energy. Use BGE’s Gift of Energy Program to purchase energy bill credits for friends, family.

Covid-19 testing site at Pimlico Race Course

BGE supplies power to drive-thru COVID-19 testing sites in Baltimore City

BGE crews and contractors installed new equipment in a parking lot at Pimlico Race Course to power lighting and refrigeration for Baltimore City’s first drive-thru […]

Call 811 safe digging

Planting new shrubs? Putting in a deck? Refreshing your flowerbed? Call 811!

With more people at home during the COVID-19 health crisis it is essential to call 811 before digging

Supporting our community during COVID-19: A message from BGE President and COO Steve Woerner

“We want you to know that you can continue to count on BGE to deliver the essential services you rely on to power your lives.”

$1 Million in Donations For Coronavirus Relief and Response in Maryland

“To get through this challenge requires everyone—residents, businesses, government, and relief organizations—to work together.”