AARP is fighting to stop Pepco’s unfair rate increase request, so you can keep more of the money you’ve earned.
Pepco’s rate proposal asks DC customers to pay another $39.7 million a year for basic, reliable electric service and to give Pepco a raise.
This is Pepco’s third rate increase request in three years.
Pepco must be held accountable for meeting stronger standards of reliability and customer service in DC before rates are increased.
Pepco’s DC customers’ should not endure poor customer service and longer power outages than their counterparts in the DC Metro area.
Send a message to the DC Public Service Commission (PSC) today. Ask the commissioners to deny Pepco’s rate increase request. To send your message, you may use our online interface or complete the postage paid self-mailer you received from AARP.
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