Pepco issues reliability plan
Pepco, under fire after a succession of huge power outages during winter and summer storms, has released a plan that the utility company says will reduce the frequency and duration of outages for customers.
The total cost of what Pepco calls its reliability plan, which is expected to be implemented over five years, is $256.3 million.
The plan includes more tree trimming, replacing some underground cables and modifying some substation.
The Maryland Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing on Pepco's reliability 6 p.m., Monday, Aug. 30, on the third floor of the Montgomery County Council’s Stella Werner Office Building, 100 Maryland Ave., Rockville..
Full details of Pepco's plan can be found here.
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