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It’s officially winter and Delmarva Power says it’s already working to keep homes and businesses warm and bright throughout the season.

 


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Delmarva Power is giving customers the power to “give energy” this holiday season.

 


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Delmarva Power’s natural gas customers will soon see a slight reduction in their bills.


Some Delaware lawmakers and Delmarva Power ratepayers say it’s time to re-examine an agreement with Bloom Energy forcing a controversial $5 fee on to Delmarva utility bills.


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As Hurricane Florence bears down on the Carolinas, Delmarva Power says it’s ready, if necessary, to respond locally to power outages and downed lines.

 


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Delmarva Power is reminding its customers of available energy assistance, available through the federally-funded Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).

 


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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act reduced tax costs for energy companies, and the Delaware Public Service Commission has approved a settlement passing along Delmarva Power’s savings to its consumers.

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Delmarva Power crews are trimming trees up and down the First State.


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Staff with the Delaware Public Service Commission and the Division of the Public Advocate reached a settlement this week that could save Delmarva Power customers a combined $6.85 million dollars.


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A Charter School of Wilmington student earned a scholarship for a book she wrote.

 

16 year-old Faith Kim's book, "True Colors," won this year’s Diverse Minds Writing Challenge contest for Delaware and Maryland students.


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