PECO’s enhanced customer information tools

Please read the following message from PECO:

As the region continues to prepare for the winter storm forecasted to move through our region Friday evening into Saturday, we wanted to provide additional opportunities for your constituents to stay informed.

We recently launched an innovative new suite of enhanced online and mobile tools to keep our customers better informed. We encourage you to share this information with your constituents through your website, newsletters and social media channels.

Customers should visit peco.com/alerts and choose how they would like to receive information. Customers can choose to receive information via text, email or phone, including when power is out in their area, when service is expected to be restored, or when power is restored.

We also have a new two-way texting program. By texting “ADDOUTAGE” to MYPECO (697376), customers can enroll in the program, report outages and check the status of their outage through text.

And, our new mobile website (PECO Smart Mobile On-the-Go) provides customers with the ability to easily report an outage with their account number or phone number, and also provides access to our enhanced outage map.

Finally, our new online interactive outage map also gives customers more information. Visit peco.com/outagemap or by clicking on the “Outage Map” link in the “Outage Center” section of peco.com. Customers can also report outages directly from the map by clicking on “Report Outage”.  Of course, customers can still report their outage by calling PECO directly at 1-800-841-4141.

We continue to closely monitor the weather conditions and are ready for any potential impact. Nearly 3,000 PECO employees and contractors are standing by to respond to customer needs and repair potential storm damage. This includes all of PECO’s 2,400 employees, local contractors and assistance from our sister utility ComEd in Chicago.

As we weather this winter storm together, we thank you for your partnership and support. Please stay safe.