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PECO Gets Big Fine After Gas Explosion Levels HomeA settlement has been reached between PECO and the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission.
Summer Swelter Is No Sweat For PECOIt's been a hot stretch in a very steamy summer, but the local energy company continues to hum along.
PECO Warns Of Scam Targeting Its CustomersAn old scam is resurfacing throughout the Delaware Valley, and it's targeting PECO customers.
PECO Rolls Out Website Update, Making Site Cleaner And Easier To NavigateThe PECO website is now easier to navigate and to find what you need, such as details on power outages, your monthly bill and your energy usage.
Project HOME Gives New Direction For Formerly Homeless VeteransA dozen formerly homeless veterans celebrated Monday as they graduated from a special program designed to get them back into the workforce.
PECO: Two Workers Injured After Incident In Center CityEmergency officials were on the scene at 23rd and Market Street on Monday where two workers were taken to the hospital following injuries.
Boiler Explodes At South Philly Energy PlantAt least two people suffered minor injuries after police and fire officials say a boiler exploded at an energy plant in the Grays Ferry section of the city.
PECO Workers Train To Go Underground To Light Up The SkyBefore PECO mechanics are ready to go underground, they have to be properly trained to light up our city.
PECO Grants $10K For Butterflies In Tyler State ParkPECO has awarded a $10,000 grant to Bucks County Community College to fund the restoration of three habitats to support Monarch Butterflies and other species in Tyler State Park.
PECO Combats People Using Everyday Items To Steal PowerPeople are hot-wiring electrical connections, stealing electricity anyway they can and you're paying for it.
Smart Meters Lead To Billing Changes For Some PECO Business CustomersStarting in June, PECO will be switching some of its commercial and industrial customers to hourly pricing.
PECO Officials Monitor Storm Related Outages In Montgomery CountyA few floors below ground level, PECO engineers and managers gathered in front of computers and video screens, monitoring the electricity distribution network across this region.

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