PECO Reduces Cost of Switching to Natural Gas

On October 1, the Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission (PUC) approved PECO’s plan to expand natural gas service to meet growing customer demand. PECO is the largest electric and natural gas utility in Pennsylvania, serving approximately 1.6 million electric customers and more than 500,000 natural gas … Read more…

PECO Files for Rate Increase of $127 Million

PECO – a subsidiary of Exelon that serves about 1.5 million electric customers and over 500,000 natural gas customers in southeastern Pennsylvania – filed a settlement petition on September 10 with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC), reflecting a $127 million overall increase in electric … Read more…

Convention Center Snags $60,000 from PECO for Energy Efficiency

Convention Center Snags $60,000 from PECO for Energy Efficiency

The Pennsylvania Convention Center completed three LED lighting projects and received $60,000 in PECO Smart Ideas rebates. During the past two years, the convention center has replaced lighting throughout the facility and in the adjacent 12th Street tunnel with energy-efficient LED lighting. This new lighting … Read more…

Pennsylvania Utility Rolls Smart Meters to 1.6 Million Customers

Pennsylvania Utility Rolls Smart Meters to 1.6 Million Customers

Philadelphia-based utility PECO has installed about 700,000 smart meters across its service territory since March 2012 and will complete the deployment of smart meters to all 1.6 million its customers, both residential and commercial, by the end of 2014 – five years ahead of its … Read more…

Construction Begins on Energy Efficient Buildings Hub

Construction Begins on Energy Efficient Buildings Hub

Penn State University is creating an Energy Efficient Buildings (EEB) Hub at Philadelphia’s Navy Yard, involving both a new building and the renovation of a 1940s building. Officials broke ground on the project last week, and it is expected to be complete by January 2014. … Read more…

Peco Ditches Sensus Smart Meters, Resumes Installation in PA

Peco Ditches Sensus Smart Meters, Resumes Installation in PA

Peco Energy has said it will resume its Philadelphia-area smart-meter installation project, which the company suspended in August after several incidents in which the electronic devices overheated and caught fire. The utility company is, however, ditching meter manufacturer Sensus, whose devices were linked to two … Read more…

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