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Construction of one of Maryland's largest solar energy projects has begun at a state prison complex near Hagerstown.
Pepco's damage control has been running in overdrive recently, with chief executives holding meetings throughout the region in an attempt to assuage public officials the utility is doing its best to improve.
Despite their struggles over the past few years, there may in fact be light at the end of the tunnel for Pepco.
After a week in which 1,500 D.C. residents and scores of businesses sweated through a 48-hour heatwave without power, Pepco is once again feeling the heat.
A Montgomery County organization tasked with studying Pepco is recommending a harsher approach to governing the embattled utility provider, recently criticized by county and state leaders for protracted power outages and insufficient customer response.
After a failure of 911 calls on trunk lines managed by Verizon, the firm is having to answer to the Federal Communications Commission and Maryland's Public Service Commission.
Former Prince George's County State's Attorney Glenn Ivey is on a new case: looking into Pepco's well-documented reliability issues during storms.
To reduce power outages, Pepco has trimmed trees along 1,200 miles of power lines. Now Montgomery County wants them to do some planting.
Lawmakers questioned why Maryland's Public Service Commission has been silent about the problems with outages.
A Montgomery County work group is still surveying residents and businesses about the impact of power outages.