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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

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.”

Sache Martin BGE

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.”

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).

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.

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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

Calvin Butler named Baltimore GameChanger

Baltimore Magazine’s inaugural GameChangers magazine features Exelon Utilities CEO Calvin Butler on the cover

A Conversation with Carim Khouzami

Meet Carim Khouzami, BGE’s new CEO. He grew up in Baltimore and is a die-hard O’s fan, and now he’s returning to the company where he formerly served as CFO.

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.

ULC Robotics CISBOT technicians

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

BGE and Exelon Pride Parade 2019

Portraits of Pride

Baltimore-area Exelon employees share why they marched in the city’s 2019 PRIDE parade in celebration of the vibrant local LGBT community

Downed pole on a car

Wires Fall on Your Car… What Do You Do?

How to stay safe if electric wires contact your car.

Call center employees at work station by window

BGE Opens State-of-the-Art Call Center in Downtown Baltimore

Great people need great spaces to do great things. BGE’s new contact center is bigger, brighter and more conducive to innovation and collaboration than ever before

Butterfly in the pollinator garden

BGE’s Hidden wildlife habitat in South Baltimore

BGE’s Spring Gardens campus in South Baltimore is home to an official Audubon Bird-Friendly Habitat. BGE is the first corporation to earn this recognition!

TED empties trash into a dumpster

Meet ‘TED’, BGE’s “Trash Elimination Device”

The Patapsco River flows through central Maryland and into the Chesapeake Bay, where its mouth forms Baltimore Harbor. Unfortunately, storm water runoff from the city led to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency listing the river’s Middle Branch as impaired for trash.

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.