PACK UP Pepco 

We are tired of PEPCO'S unreliable service.  Action NOW!
Demand Change.
Click on above tabs to see:
legislators' response and read media articles.

Mission of PackUpPepco

 Bring More Reasonable and Reliable Electric Utility Service

to Montgomery County Maryland

Please click on the tab above, READ AND WATCH THIS, to read the informative updates as well as May 9, 2013 Public Service Copmmission hearing testimony presented by 


regarding Pepco's most recent request to raise rates. 

On November 30, 2012, Pepco filed for a rate increase with the Maryland Public Service Commission.  The rate increase is in two parts.  The first part is to recoup costs already spent on Reliability.  The second part is for future costs related to Resiliency.  Reliability refers to the record of Blue Sky Outages.  Resiliency refers to recovery time from major storms.  The first rate increase will be an about a 4.9% increase on an individual bill.  The second rate increase will phase in over a three year period with an increase of approximately $5.00 per month per customer.   Pepco wants a 10.25% return on equity. 

There are many aspects of this rate increase request that are disturbing, but the most disturbing at this time:  1.  The request for funds to improve resiliency before the improvements have been made 
2.  The fact that Pepco could increase its rates via a tracker fee without going through the Public Service Commission  3. The fact that the same management with Pepco Holdings, Inc that is responsible for Pepco's deteriorated infrastructure is still in power, and being rewarded with significant salary increases.  

Check us out on YouTube
and sing along with the protest song!

Check us out on Facebook and find links to relevant media articles.
Click the tabs at the top of this page, just below the heading, on the Legislator WATCH page and find out the names of the legislators who voted NO to Senator Frosh's amendment that would have prohibited Pepco from raising rates to recover for outages.  

Click on the MEDIA tab for links to relevant articles regarding Pepco's poor quality and reliability.
Click to Replace