Negotiated $170 rebates arrive for BGE customers

Full story: Baltimore Sun 40
About 1.1 million Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. customers will receive $170 credits on their September electricity bills during the coming days as part of a state settlement with Maryland's largest utility. Read more
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john

Winter Haven, FL

#1 Sep 4, 2008
wonder which people get the credit.get ready to give it back it is going to be a cold winter

Since: Jun 08

Glen Burnie, MD

#2 Sep 4, 2008
I'm not complaining. At least we're getting something back
Surf52

White Marsh, MD

#3 Sep 4, 2008
Lied to again. It's not even a real rebate. Just a credit to your bill. It's costing BGE virtually nothing.
eco man

Baltimore, MD

#4 Sep 4, 2008
john wrote:
wonder which people get the credit.get ready to give it back it is going to be a cold winter
Did you read the article? Anyone who was a customer on the 29th of August will get the credit.
Bill

Silver Spring, MD

#5 Sep 4, 2008
What a joke! What a joke Owe'Malley is.$170!!!! One time. That is it?
Mark

Nottingham, MD

#6 Sep 4, 2008
No mention of MOM's campaign promise to stop the rate hike?

Gee, I can't believe it.

Another spin piece painting the boy wonder as a saint.

Pathetic.
chasseur

Windsor, CT

#7 Sep 4, 2008
But the monthly credit in effect for the next couple of years is taken away so consumers actually loose money in this deal. Good job governor.
Kwayne

Fort Wayne, IN

#8 Sep 4, 2008
Bill wrote:
What a joke! What a joke Owe'Malley is.$170!!!! One time. That is it?
I agree. JOKE...JOKE...JOKE! Considering the electricity bills went up that much after last months increase.
john adams

Baltimore, MD

#9 Sep 4, 2008
before the winter is over BGE will recover the pay out and get a profit.
the american way, rip off your fellow americans and smile. you gotta luv it.
MDR

Port Deposit, MD

#10 Sep 4, 2008
This $170 doesn't buy my vote, not even close. In fact, considering the lies told by MOM and his handlers, this amounts to an insult. It'll push a lot of folks to look for "alternatives" to MOM, maybe even during the primaries. Yes, he's that bad..........

“Don't protect me from me!”

Since: Jul 07

Arlington, VA

#11 Sep 4, 2008
MDR wrote:
This $170 doesn't buy my vote, not even close. In fact, considering the lies told by MOM and his handlers, this amounts to an insult. It'll push a lot of folks to look for "alternatives" to MOM, maybe even during the primaries. Yes, he's that bad..........
True! But those that cared knew he was a liar before he was elected last time. His record in the city was proof of that.
Martin- Suks

Columbus, OH

#12 Sep 4, 2008
Once again the paper misleads us to think thta this $170 is such a great deal. BS we been screwed enough by OWEMAlley and his gang
john adams

Baltimore, MD

#13 Sep 4, 2008
stop with the omalley crap. he is a politician and near all have sold them selves to big business. instead of crapping on the guy get your neighbor to vote next time.
i didnt like either choice again for governor. why does the same sell out guys rise to the top. better yet how come we cant see them as sell outs before they become mayor and governor.
Frank

Baltimore, MD

#14 Sep 4, 2008
Anyone that sees this as a success in the BGE debacle is simply not in touch with reality.

I'll be taking half of my "savings" and sending it to the Republican party to fund a suitable opponent to run for governor in 2010. And because O'Malley wasn't swift enough to get us an actual rebate check - I'll still have to spend my own money. But it will be worth it.

I've had enough of the governor's antics.
Frank

Baltimore, MD

#15 Sep 4, 2008
Susan59386 wrote:
I'm not complaining. At least we're getting something back
This is why nothing changes in this state.

Well, one thing changes - the amount of money I send to the government! That goes up every singe year!!!
Jim

Columbus, OH

#16 Sep 4, 2008
I'm in a 2 bdrm apartment and my last electric bill was $185. WTF.
Frank

Baltimore, MD

#17 Sep 4, 2008
Jim wrote:
I'm in a 2 bdrm apartment and my last electric bill was $185. WTF.
I'm in the same situation.

Not so long ago (a little before November of 2006), my bill was in the $60-70 dollar range...in the dead of winter.

Thank you, Mr. O'Malley.
Ken

Baltimore, MD

#18 Sep 4, 2008
I was wondering why my bill was only $0.50 this month.
Martin- Suks

Columbus, OH

#19 Sep 4, 2008
John Adams once you accept the status quo as being normal and stopp pressuring the polticians to be more truthful then you are a full fledge Democrate and they wil lcontinue to feed you Bs to keep you quiet. Wake up and think.
Random Access

Parkville, MD

#20 Sep 4, 2008
All O'Malley can offer is conservation. How about building more power plants?

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