SALISBURY, MD. (June 29, 2017) – Last week, Delmarva Power provided $263,000 in additional merger benefits to customers in Maryland, following an April 12, 2017 Maryland Public Service Commission order providing $7.5 million to be directed to support low to moderate income customers. Delmarva Power is providing these benefits as a result of the merger between Exelon and Pepco Holdings that closed in March 2016.
The benefits will assist low to moderate income customers in 10 counties. Delmarva Power is partnering with the Salvation Army (Salisbury, MD), the Cecil Heating Assistance Program and the Harford Co. Community Action Agency to help customers in need manage their energy use and bills.
“We care about our customers and are proud to deliver on our promise to continue to engage and support the diverse communities we serve,” said David Velazquez, President and CEO, Pepco Holdings. “As a member of this community for more than 100 years, Delmarva Power is continuing to focus on providing our customers with safe, reliable and affordable electric service.”
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