Maryland Electricity Deregulation

MARYLAND

Maryland businesses located in the Baltimore Gas and Electric, (BGE), Delmarva Power and Light Company, Allegheny Power and the Potomac Electric Power Company, (PEPCO) electric service territories can benefit by shopping for electricity and natural gas supply contracts offered by a number of competing retail energy providers. By comparing the varying rates and offers, you can choose the competitive energy supplier best suited for your business.

Good Energy can help you with the process of identifying energy supply opportunities that may afford your business substantial money savings. For a personalized no-obligation energy rate analysis, please download the following form and follow the included directions.

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If you elect to try to identify money-saving opportunities by shopping the electricity or natural gas supply markets, and you decide to contract with an alternate competitive retail electricity or natural gas supplier, your exiting utility will continue to deliver the energy to your business, and respond to any of your service calls. This delivery service is still regulated by the Maryland Public Service Commission, and, because Maryland's new competitive environment only affects the supply of energy and not the delivery, all distribution lines will continue to be maintained by the incumbent utility. This means electricity consumers in Maryland will still call their local utility company to handle emergencies and to restore power during outages.

» Click here for general Maryland energy information including links to Maryland electricity deregulation resources.

The image below shows the geographical boundaries of all of the electric service territories in Maryland.
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