Efficiency boosts every company’s bottom line. Charles County businesses enjoy low utility costs and seamless service, courtesy of sustainably-minded suppliers:
Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) offers reliable service and businesses incentives on energy-efficient equipment, new construction, and retrofits.
The St. Charles Energy Center (SCEC) Using clean natural gas and efficient design, the SCEC is one of the cleanest conventional facilities ever built in the greater Washington, DC area.
NRG's Morgantown power generation delivers consistent service to area businesses.
Washington Gas serves over one million commercial and residential customers in the DC metro region.
The County provides water for St. Charles Communities, Waldorf, White Plains, and Bryans Road. Indian Head and La Plata have municipal water systems.
Waldorf, White Plains, Bryans Road, Cobb Island, Clifton, and Bel Alton are served by the County. La Plata and Indian Head have municipal sewer systems.
Charles County’s commercial centers and densely populated communities are well-served by broadband infrastructure. Approximately 90% of households and most business and commercial centers are served by fiber and broadband internet service providers, including Waldorf, La Plata, Indian Head, White Plains, and Bryans Road. Charles County Government has been proactive in developing local solutions to address the national challenge of extending broadband service to the rural areas. The Charles County Commissioners, State of Maryland Office of Rural Broadband, and ThinkBig Networks, LLC have entered into a public/private partnership to bring high-speed internet to rural communities in the County. (Read more about the Nanjemoy/Cobb Neck Broadband Build Out.)