Connecting communities, lighting the way
LED street lights are more efficient than older lights – cities that use them can save money and reduce emissions. BGE has partnered with multiple jurisdictions to bring the technology online.
Are You Winter Ready? BGE’s crews and equipment are!
The American Gas Association expects customers may see lower residential gas bills this winter… but no matter how you heat your home, you can use these tips to help lower your bills.
A new career path takes flight
BGE drone team puts their work on display for Baltimore City high school students to highlight job opportunities in the drone industry
Twins Follow Similar STEM Career Path at Exelon
Dawn and Amber are responsible for managing electrical distribution for two major utilities in the mid-Atlantic. This is their story.
The Boys & Girls Club of Westminster engages teens in healthy eating
A community garden introduces high school students to the joys of working in the dirt, the satisfaction of problem solving and the delights of fresh vegetables
The Peale Center builds on a legacy of art, natural beauty and innovation
A Green Grant from BGE will help the nation’s oldest museum reach out to nature and neighborhoods by adding gardens and greenery to Watchhouse Alley.
Bright Ideas brings Bountiful Harvest
A small grant has a large impact at KIPP Harmony Academy as students build indoor garden and learn the value of patience and care.
‘Project Lead the Way’ provides new path to STEM studies
BGE’s Bright Ideas Teacher Grants helps students grow their STEM skills… “once they have done a real world project in high school, in college they just say ‘I’ve got this.’”
A Mobile Bike Shop connects neighborhoods to opportunities
BGE supports Bikemore’s Mobile Bike Shop, which makes bikes ready to ride on the spot. The bike shops are also a place to start conversations with residents who want to make their neighborhoods safer and healthier.
What You Need to Know About Your Energy Supply Options
Third party gas and electric suppliers provide options for customers across the region, but BGE advises that you do your research before making a choice.
Don’t get scammed this holiday season!
Customers contact BGE every day about scammers falsely claiming that their electric or gas service will be disconnected unless an immediate payment is made. Here are some tips to make sure that scammers don’t get your money or information.
From a life uprooted, a burgeoning career
An internship through BGE’s workforce development program is the latest stop for Adriana Gonzalez, who moved to Baltimore from Puerto Rico with her family and started over—unexpectedly.
Hundreds turn out to turn inefficient air conditioners into cash
Customers from as far away as southwest Baltimore traveled to Bel Air to recycle their appliances
Connecting Job Seekers with Opportunities in Energy
The pace of major infrastructure work on BGE’s gas system is increasing… and contractors need a steady source of capable and committed employees. BGE and Civic Works came together to find that source while bringing opportunity to the community.
Advice on how to lower your energy costs this winter
As summer comes to an end and the first leaves begin to fall, it’s a great time to take advantage of the comfortable temperatures to […]
Irvine Nature Center encourages us to explore, respect and protect nature
A BGE Green Grant will help the center train volunteers to share knowledge and enthusiasm about the natural environment
“When we come from a place of purpose, the impact ripples outward…”
BGE CEO Calvin Butler delivered the keynote address at Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s Business Summit and shared why it is so important to nurture a culture that celebrates diversity and demands inclusion
First of 500 BGE electric vehicle chargers opens for business in Annapolis
BGE’s charger network will spur the adoption of EVs and help Maryland meet its clean air and Healthy Chesapeake Bay goals