Delmarva Power has submitted to the Maryland Public Service Commission an application to adjust energy distribution rates and implement a multi-year plan. A public prehearing conference on this matter is hereby set for Wednesday, June 15, 2022, 10 minutes after the conclusion of the Maryland Public Service Commission’s Administrative Meeting, which begins at 10:00 a.m., in the Frank O. Heintz Hearing Room, on the 16th Floor of the William Donald Schaefer Tower, 6 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Any petition to intervene must be filed with Andrew S. Johnston, Executive Secretary, Maryland Public Service Commission at the aforementioned address, by June 13.
At Delmarva Power, we believe in giving back to the communities in which
we live and work. Through our employee volunteer network, “Energy for the Community,”
Delmarva Power employees lend their time and passion supporting local
organizations, community events, and volunteer initiatives.
Our volunteer program engages employees from all parts of the company and
recognizes the importance of their efforts in building relationships with our
customers and communities to make a positive and lasting impact. Each year,
hundreds of Delmarva Power employees volunteer thousands of hours supporting
initiatives that make our communities better places to live and work.
We value the environment and continuously look for ways to reduce our impact and help take care of the communities we serve. Our employees and their families recently spent a Saturday morning cleaning up the shores of the Christina River at Fox Point Park in Wilmington, Del. Volunteers collected more than a dozen bags of litter, helping create a clean and safe area in the community for all to enjoy.
We believe that being a part of our communities is about more than power lines and infrastructure. It means energizing our local families, businesses, workforce, and neighborhoods through philanthropy and partnerships. That’s why employees like Cassie Ingle and Gloria Tingle take time out of their week to support the CHEER Meals on Wheels program, which delivers more than 230,000 meals to eligible homebound seniors in Sussex County, DE., helping ensure no senior in the community goes hungry.
The event fuels the mission of Special Olympics to provide year-round sports training, competition, leadership opportunities, and health screenings for the more than 4,000 athletes living in Delaware, and helps prove that, given the opportunity, no disability is too great to overcome.Read more.