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Delmarva Power Bloom Energy Fuel Cell

In compliance with the Qualified Fuel Cell Project (QFCP) tariff and legislation, Delmarva will be providing monthly filings to account for the varying QFCP monthly charge. Monthly changes to the QFCP charge become effective thirty (30) days after the filing, absent a determination of manifest error by the Public Service Commission. Delmarva will update the […]

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Commission Orders

Search for Commission Orders:       Commission Orders by date signed 2016 can be found using our Delafile e-filing system 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 (PDF) 2008 (PDF) 2007 (PDF) 2006 (PDF) 2005 (PDF) All orders and case related documents are available for review by appointment at the Commission Office in Dover, […]

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Legal Matters

This page contains links to various rules and regulations adopted by the Delaware Public Service Commission. Every effort has been made to include all applicable rules and regulations; however, it is the responsibility of the regulated utility to ensure that it complies any rule, regulation or order issued by the Commission that may not be […]

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Delaware’s Renewable Portfolio Standard and Green Power Products

Important Reminders Beginning with the 2012 Compliance Year, Delmarva Power & Light is responsible for the RPS compliance obligation with respect to energy delivered to its End-Use Customers. See 26 Del. Admin. C. Section 3.2.3 Retail Suppliers with retail sales of marketed Green Power Products need to submit a report by Sept. 29, 2016 26 […]

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Electric Regulation

New Electric Supplier/Broker Certification rules and regulations (Regulation Docket 49) become effective April 11, 2017. These Regulations impact the certification process for Suppliers and Brokers, as well as the requirements for contracts, contract summaries, marketing plans and materials for Suppliers/Brokers who market to Residential and Small Commercial Customers. Additional information can be found by searching, […]

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Customer Electric Choice

  What is electric choice? Electric choice was established in Delaware in 1999 when the supply portion of electric service was deregulated. Since then customers have retained the option of choosing a third party electric supplier to fulfill that portion of their electric usage. Supply charges make up approximately 65% of a total electric bill […]

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