PECO Sending Workers To Puerto Rico To Assist In Restoring Electricity Months After Hurricane MariaPECO and its parent corporation, Exelon, are among the power industry groups sending people and equipment.
PECO In Midst Of Aggressive Tree Trimming Project To Reduce Power OutagesPECO has contracted with ASPLUNDH to thin out and trim branches from around power lines for years.
PECO, Exelon Recognize Drexel Engineering Students With Scholarship ProgramStudent recipients in the Drexel Exelon Scholars program gathered with utility and university executives at PECO Headquarters.
PECO: Some Customers Still Without Power After High Winds On ChristmasIt's not clear how long it will take for the remaining homes and businesses to get their power back.
PECO Gives OIC Philadelphia $100K To Grow New Training ProgramOIC Philadelphia is partnering with a local utility company to launch a green jobs training program.
PECO Crews Tackle Tough Terrain In Hurricane-Ravaged FloridaScores of PECO crews are in Florida right now working to help return power to areas of the state devastated by Hurricane Irma.
Local Power Companies Head To Florida To Help Repair Damage Caused By Hurricane IrmaMore than one million electric customers in 24 counties were without power Sunday morning as Irma slammed into the Florida Keys.
Crews Repairing Gas Main Leak In Montgomery CountyThere have been no evacuations, but the situation is not currently under control.
Operators Of Region's Power Grid Ready For Demands Of Summer HeatOperators at the PJM Interconnection say the 13-state regional power grid can handle the heat.
Concerns Over PECO Substation Lead To City Council HearingPhiladelphia city council will hold public hearings on PECO's plan to put an electric substation in the Wynnefield section of West Philadelphia, and the district councilman has concerns.
Police Warn Of Scam In Bucks County With Callers Claiming To Be With PECOPolice say they may not be who they say they are, and it could cost you.
PECO Crews Gear Up For Impending Snow StormPECO officials say over the past few days they've been readying vehicles, preparing staffing plans and securing extra resources.