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 through at least June 1 July 1, 2020 extending the moratorium put in place to support our customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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
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 […]
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.”
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
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 donates $175,000 to Maryland relief organizations for Covid-19
BGE, Exelon and Constellation come together and donate $175,000 to help Maryland nonprofits provide essential services during Covid-19 crises.
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.
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.
Fire and Ice: Vital resources for the first responders who perform emergency ice rescues
In Baltimore County, two volunteer fire departments are responsible for ice rescue emergencies, which require hours of training and specialized equipment. And that equipment doesn’t come cheap.
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
Wires Fall on Your Car… What Do You Do?
How to stay safe if electric wires contact your car.
Frontlines: Responding to the Call Again in Ellicott City
For the second time in three years, BGE gas and electric crews sprang into action to ensure customers in Ellicott City were safe after nearly 10 inches of rain fell in just a few hours.
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.
Power Outage: After the Storm
Who gets restored first when the power goes out?
Power Outages: Please Report It!
When your power goes out, make sure you report it!