We know some of you are without power and we appreciate your patience as crews work to restore outages. Based on the history of similar storms of this size, across the ComEd service area, we expect most of the current outages to be restored by later this evening. We are aware that more storms may be reaching ComEd territory tonight which may impact our restoration process and or create additional outages. The best way to stay updated on your outage is to sign up for outage alerts at ComEd.com/Alerts
For Immediate Release
ComEd Media Relations
CHICAGO (June 20, 2022) – With forecasts calling for consecutive days of temperatures in the mid- to upper 90s, ComEd understands electricity use may be high for families and individuals across northern Illinois.
During periods of extreme high temperatures ComEd's Energy Doctors remind customers that they can manage energy use and save money on their electric bills by following a few simple tips, courtesy of the U.S. Department of Energy:
ComEd's Energy Doctors are energy-efficiency experts committed to helping customers save money on their electric bills and are a resource for customers who want to keep energy costs low as temperatures start to rise. Customers can email questions to the Energy Doctor at firstname.lastname@example.org and receive a response within five business days. Customers can also find an Energy Doctor FAQ by visiting ComEd.com/EnergyDoctor.
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