BGE Safety Grants Help Rural Volunteer Fire Department Protect its Community
When the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Standards (MIEMSS) in 2019 required EMS vehicles to carry pediatric (or small adult) safety straps for stretchers, […]
BGE Celebrates Natural Gas Utility Workers’ Day
“We are truly appreciative and thankful for our gas workers’ efforts as they work year-round, especially during these challenging times, to maintain and modernize our natural gas system.”
Severn River Bridge gas main project is “something incredible being built”
BGE and contractor crews navigate unique complexities of proactive natural gas infrastructure work more than 70 feet off the ground
“We Need to Start Hugging and Stop Shooting.”
BGE’s Val Jenkins’ Hug Don’t Shoot non-profit is now dealing hugs across the country.
Using drones to keep boaters, wildlife, and employees safe [Video]
Flying drones is a safer, more efficient way to install devices that help boaters and wildlife identify and avoid electric distribution lines.
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 […]
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 Crews Headed to Illinois to Help Restore Power
Severe winter weather – snow, ice, and high winds – is expected to hit northern Illinois. BGE lineworkers will support peers from ComEd as outages are anticipated across the region.
Purple Thursday: A look into in the electric room of M&T Bank Stadium
The Ravens home playoff matchup this weekend is a significant event for the team and its fans—and BGE. Here’s what we do before kickoff to ensure service reliability on gameday.
Frontline: How BGE’s linemen repair electric cables underwater.
One skiff, barge and diver later, BGE underground lines crew safely makes repairs to damaged cable on a frigid fall day.
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.
Frontlines: In Hurricane Maria’s wake, a sense of purpose
Rafael Olazagasti reflects on working to restore power for people in Puerto Rico months after a Category 4 hurricane devastated the island
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 chance to earn a bill credit. Here is a look at the extensive work that goes into activating a Demand Response event.
Frontlines: How BGE’s 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
Frontlines: How BGE Keeps the birds and bees happy with Integrated Vegetation Management
How integrated vegetation management transforms the area around transmission lines into vibrant natural communities where birds, bees, and butterflies flourish alongside flowering nectar plants.
Frontlines: Powering Up Puerto Rico!
BGE crews restored power to more than 11,000 customers in Puerto Rico, safely installing 376 poles and more than 108 miles of conductor.
Frontlines: How BGE’s “Fix it Now” Crew uses “Sharks” Take a Bite Out of Power Outages
Nothing strikes fear in the heart quite like a glimpse of a steely gray shark fin. But to BGE’s customers, fins can be a welcome sight.