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The Washington region's largest energy utility company plans to install new devices in area homes that it says would reduce power outages from hours to mere seconds.
A long-running dispute over water rates for out-of-city customers in the Falls Church water system is growing, and Fairfax County is the latest customer asking for a refund.
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The day after the Washington Post's analysis Sunday of Pepco's poor performance rate, the utility company invited news media to its headquarters to hear an explanation.
High heating bills are around the corner, but a federal program is just in time to help customers who have trouble paying up.
Kitchen doors and cabinets opening by themselves, appliances unexpectedly turning on and strange bumps in the night. In the wake of Halloween, it's easy to connect strange incidents to the paranormal. But an industry expert says the real scary feature of these fairly common household occurrences is the increased utility bills they can cause.
Area consumers may get a welcome break in their utility bills this winter, as a warmer winter forecast may yield double digit savings.
This hot summer has likely driven up your utility bills, but turning down your air conditioning isn't the only way to fight back against growing bills.
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