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$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.”

Kat Mckitish BGE

BGE profiles: Kat Mckitish, senior engineer in Electric Distribution Engineering and Standards

To women considering non-traditional work at BGE, she says, “Don’t sell yourself short. You’re always stronger and more intelligent than you think you are.”

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BGE profiles: Saché Martin, engineer and distribution systems operator

She heard the voice of her childhood mentor rising above the constant hum of warnings that “engineering is a man’s career.”

5 Easy Tips to Help You Save Energy

Small steps can lead to significant energy saving – especially when more people are home longer than usual.

BGE crews inspecting overhead equipment

Proactive inspections further ensure reliable electric service for hospitals during Covid-19

BGE crews inspecting more than 100 miles of equipment on overhead lines and substations that bring power to area medical facilities

BGE call center staff

Supporting our community during COVID-19: BGE restoring disconnected service

Customers whose service was disconnected prior to the March 13 moratorium on service disconnections should contact BGE to have service restored

BGE CEO Carim Khouzami

Supporting our community during COVID-19: A message from BGE CEO Carim Khouzami

“During these unprecedented times, we know how much you are relying on BGE to provide continued electric and natural gas service.”

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BGE donates $175,000 to Maryland relief organizations for Covid-19

BGE, Exelon and Constellation come together and donate $175,000 to help local nonprofits provide essential services

BGE employees are committed to bringing safe and reliable service to the communities we serve.

BGE appreciates the hard work of all of our employees as we are closely monitoring and responding to developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19).

A message from Tamla Olivier, BGE senior vice president and chief customer officer

BGE is taking a number of steps to ensure we continue to meet the energy needs of our customers and communities, while doing all we can to protect the health and safety of our team members as we power these essential operations.

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Lighting brings new life to Baltimore’s oldest city park

BGE helps Baltimore City’s Department of Recreation and Parks make Patterson Park safer and more inviting while saving energy and reducing maintenance costs.

Showcase of BGE VR Training

How BGE is using Virtual Reality to train employees.

As the nation’s first gas utility, we recently implemented another first for BGE — the use of an innovative, 3-D virtual reality (VR) platform to train employees.

Osprey Watch: How you can help protect birds and prevent electric outages

Through crowd-sourcing initiative, BGE identifies and safely removes osprey nests found on electric equipment

Mervo plumbing student examines pipe

BGE, Baltimore City Public Schools launch plumbing career program

New program at Mervo is next chapter in workforce development; “I didn’t grow up in a neighborhood that has a lot of opportunities and that’s why my internship at BGE meant so much to me”

BGE Home Energy Report

How can I get a great rating on my BGE Home Energy Report?

Understanding the BGE Home Energy Report

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“Let us cast down our buckets where we are”

Reflections from a Baltimore City educator who helped lead a landmark BGE summer jobs program in the late 1960s

BGE Electric Reliability

BGE Customers’ Electric Reliability Continues to Improve

Any power outage – no matter how long it lasts – is at best an inconvenience. Here are five ways BGE has reduced average outage lengths by nearly one hour since 2009.

BGE truck in Essex

Did your power flicker? That momentary outage could be a sign that you avoided a lengthy outage

These “momentary outages” feel like a weakness in electric service reliability, but they’re actually a strength