A crowd of more than 100 people, mostly seniors, gathered Tuesday evening to voice their concerns to the state's energy regulator about Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s performance following Hurricane Irene.
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. "performed very well" under difficult circumstances to restore power to 756,000 customers who lost electricity in the wake of Hurricane Irene, the utility's chief executive officer told Maryland energy regulators Monday.
The Maryland Public Service Commission took the first step of requiring the state's electricity utilities, including Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., to agree to long-term deals buying power from newly-built generation plants.
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. spent $81 million to restore electricity to more than 756,000 customers who lost power for an average of 60 hours in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, the utility said Wednesday.
Federal employee unions lashed out at President Barack Obama's proposal Monday to make civilian federal workers contribute more of their pay to their retirement plans as part of a proposal to trim budget deficits.
A critic of Constellation Energy Group's proposed merger with Chicago-based Exelon Corp. wants the two companies to provide $810 million in incentives to Maryland ratepayers and other stakeholders as part of their deal.
Thirty million dollars was deposited with the nonprofit Investor Protection Trust to spread among the states through grants for investor education. But Maryland groups have barely tapped it in all this time
The Maryland engineering companies that auditors referred to in a scathing report on the State Highway Administration last week denied any knowledge Thursday of improprieties in the way they were awarded contracts and insisted their dealings with the agency have been aboveboard.
Constellation Energy Group CEO Mayo A. Shattuck III and other top executives of the Baltimore company are eligible to receive more than $36 million in cash severance and previously-owned incentive awards if the proposed merger with Chicago-based Exelon Corp. is successful.
Constellation Energy Group's nuclear venture partner is asking Maryland energy regulators to be a party in the process examining the proposed merger between the Baltimore company and Chicago-based Exelon Corp.
Congregants at Old St. Paul's in downtown Baltimore recalled onetime vestryman William Donald Schaefer on a glorious Easter Sunday – just three days before the former mayor and governor will return to his old church for one last time.
William Donald Schaefer, the dominant political figure of the past four decades of Maryland history, died yesterday after a "do-it-now" career that included four terms as Baltimore mayor, two as the state's governor and two as comptroller.