Tell the PSC to reject the Exelon-Pepco merger

The Public Service Commission is currently reviewing whether Chicago-based utility Exelon should be allowed to buy Pepco. This would be a bad deal for DC residents, as it would raise our rates and threaten all of the progress we’ve made towards solar in the District.

The PSC needs to hear that DC residents oppose this merger.

Click here to tell the PSC you oppose the Exelon-Pepco merger!

You can either testify in person, or submit comments via email.

It is critical that we fight for DC solar!


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6 responses on “

  1. I live in Columbia Heights and am very interested in solar. I could join another Ward (Mt Pleasant is closed now per your website) or help organize one in Columbia Heights. I’m a professional in real estate finance and am active in my community.

    • Hi Steve,

      Sorry for the delay, we are still figuring out comments on our new website. Just sent you an email. :)


  2. I live in Forrest hills and am interested after reading article in nw current. How do we learn whether our house is well-positioned to use solar? We live in a shady/ forresty area.

  3. I’m ready to purchase. I know the system I want. But the customer service at solar city has been unprofessional. I assumed they are overwhelmed with grown. Was wondering if you all can help me with a great professional solar sales person.

    • Hi Marlon,

      You can join one of our existing bulk purchase group by clicking here, or you can sign up for our listserve and get help finding a local contractor. There a lot of great companies in the area and many of our members on the listserve are happy to refer you to someone.


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