Pepco out of emergency response funds
Pepco has depleted its emergency response fund for the year and is now relying on a rate increase to pay for service improvements, WAMU reports.
Damage from all those storms has cost the utility upwards of $20 million. And that doesn't include the quarter billion dollars the company has promised to spend over the next five years to try to prevent a recurrence of this year's many power outages.
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