Maryland Aviation Administration Renews $14.8M Deal With Pepco

By Baltimore Business Journal

The Maryland Aviation Administration has renewed a deal with Pepco Energy Services to handle energy needs and savings at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.

The contract lasts two years and is worth $14.8 million.

It comes on the heels of a $20.6 million contract awarded in September for energy performance upgrades expected to save more than $2 million in energy costs at BWI.

Pepco will continue to be responsible for operating, maintaining and repairing central heating, cooling and ventilating equipment.

Washington, D.C.-based Pepco, a subsidiary of Pepco Holdings Inc. (NYSE: POM), provides similar services for the Maryland Stadium Authority, Baltimore City schools and government and the Washington Convention Center.

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