A Pepco meter in Washington, D.C.

A Pepco meter in Washington, D.C.

Pepco is asking regulators in D.C. sign off on the electric utility’s first rate increase for consumers here in three years. It’s the first time Pepco has pushed for higher rates since it began the process of merging with the national energy company Exelon several years ago. We explore what’s at stake for consumers in the District and their electric service.


  • Mary Cheh Member, D.C. Council (D-Ward 3); Chair, Committee on Transportation and the Environment
  • Peter Meier Vice President, Legal Services for Pepco Holdings

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