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Maryland Provider Offering Green Power

January 2002 - PEPCO Energy Services, an unregulated subsidiary of Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO), is offering green power to customers in Maryland's competitive electricity market. Customers can purchase the company's 51% Green Electricity product for 5.49¢/kWh, which represents a price premium of about 1.2¢/kWh above the "price to compare" in the PEPCO service territory. The company's 100% Green Electricity option is sold for 5.99¢/kWh, or a premium of about 1.7¢/kWh. The bulk of the power for both products is being supplied from a pre-existing landfill gas facility in Virginia.

More Information - Maryland Electricity Supplier Rate and Service Information

PEPCO Energy Services Contacts: Don Lintvet (202) 454-8040; Chuck Rohrbach (202) 454-8000



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