What is Delmarva Power MD?
Delmarva is the public utility for electricity and natural gas for a 5000-square part of the Delmarva Peninsula, including parts of the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Delaware. In Maryland, it supplies only electricity, to 203,000 customers, in a deregulated market where retail power suppliers also compete.
Delmarva Power is owned by Exelon, the largest electricity parent company in the United States.
What services does Delmarva Power offer?
In Maryland, Delmarva Power generates, transmits, and distributes electricity to residential and business customers.
It also sells residents home energy assessments and rewards them with rebates on their bills for making changes, such as installing energy-efficient lighting and appliances.
It also sells electricity to much of Delaware and natural gas to customers in the northern portion of the state.
Where does Delmarva Power operate?
Delmarva Power provides energy to customers in a 5,000-square-mile area on the Delmarva Peninsula. This includes much of the state of Delaware and the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
In Maryland, Delmarva Power operates in the following counties:
• Harford County
• Cecil County
• Kent County
• Queen Annes County
• Talbot County
• Caroline County
• Dorchester County
• Wicomico County
• Somerset County
• Worcester County