BGE Smart Energy Manager

 BGE Smart Energy Manager® 

Smart Energy Manager banner- Say hello to your Smart Energy Manager powered by your new smart meter.

The Power to Save is at Your Fingertips
Your BGE online account includes more than just your recent gas or electric bill. The energy usage information you will find through My Account is made possible by the smart meter installed at your home and is designed to provide you with more detailed information about your energy usage. By tracking your energy usage right after you use it, comparing usage trends, and discovering the results of energy-saving practices, you can manage your energy more efficiently.  Don’t have a BGE online account? Get started here.
Through My Account, you can: 
Analyze usage icon
Track your energy consumption hour-by-hour and day-by-day using data from your smart meter which helps you understand how much energy you’re using and when.

Compare your home’s electric usage to other similarly-sized homes in your area
 Set goals icon
Discover helpful, energy-saving tips and rebates as well as build your own personalized energy plan.

Once 12 months of energy data has been collected by your smart meter, you will be able to access the My Goal feature to help reduce your energy use, save money and track your progress.
Receive alerts icon
Sign up for Unusual Usage Alerts and receive a phone call, email and/or text when your energy usage is trending higher than normal for your household so you can react and make changes before your actual bill arrives.
Track savings icon
Sign up for weekly energy emails to help track and manage your usage throughout the month without having to log into My Account.

View your energy saving results and bill credits earned if you participate in BGE Smart Energy Rewards®.
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Update or change the way you want BGE to notify you about your bill and energy saving programs.
Get Specific Savings Tips for Your Home
You can view tips, customized for households like yours, by clicking “What Uses Most” under the “My Energy Use” tab. Complete a 5-minute home assessment survey to find out what uses the most energy in your home and get specific tips for changes and improvements you can make to help lower your bill.
The U.S. Department of Energy and the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy are also good, independent resources for additional information on energy savings.