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Updated gas spending report and petition on long-term gas planning

OPC released an updated gas utility spending report that provides critical information on current and future business-as-usual spending to maintain and expand the gas delivery system—the pipes, concrete, computers, and other infrastructure that make up the local distribution system. The updated report provides important information about future gas bills in the absence of reversals in current practices. The new data show significantly increased spending plans based on utility proposals pending before the Public Service Commission. The data relied on is publicly available information from utility reports and regulatory filings. While actual utility rates depend on many decisions yet to be made, the report provides numerous data and general projections that reflect business continuing as usual, without significant deviations in State policy, customer behavior, or utility practices.

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Short webinars on solar, IRA tax credits, and how to get help with your energy bill

The Office of People’s Counsel offers short educational webinars on topics that impact you. Each live webinar is between 15-30 minutes long and is hosted by our director of consumer assistance and an expert on the presented topic. These short sessions give you the chance to learn new things and to ask questions that you have on your mind. Check out our winter series and keep checking back for new posted content. You can also sign up for OPC’s newsletter to be alerted on new topic areas. If you have an idea on something you think OPC should do a short webinar on, send an email to

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BGE's Proposed Multi-Year Rate Plan

Each time a regulated utility company wants to increase the price it charges for distributing electricity or natural gas, the company files an application with the Public Service Commission (PSC). In February 2023, BGE filed an application for its second multi-year rate plan. The multi-year plan requests PSC approval of a series of rate increases over three years, from 2024-2026.

Click here for more information on the significant customer impacts of Baltimore Gas & Electric’s first multi-year rate plan and to learn how its proposed second multi-year rate plan would impact your gas and electric bills. 

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