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Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN)

Water Applications are reviewed and approved in accordance with 26 Del. C., Section 203C, and Regulations Concerning Water Utilities Including the Public Service Commission’s Jurisdiction to Grant and Revoke Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity (adopted June 5, 2001 by PSC Order No. 5730) CPCN applications (maps are available by contacting the Commission): Artesian Water […]

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Water Archive

Important or Pending Cases A complete list of all electric related cases filed with the Commission is available on the Commission’s Regulated Utility Filings. Cases filed after July 7, 2014 are available through the DelaFile E-filing system page. Following is a list of cases that have, or are likely to, generate a significant amount of […]

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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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Standard Offer Service

On October 11, 2005 the Commission signed PSC Order No. 6746, which adopted the procedure for determining which entity and the price at which “standard offer service” would be offered in the service territory of Delmarva Power & Light Company after May 1, 2006. Consumers who do not choose to receive electric supply service from […]

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Wastewater Regulation

  Role of the Commission On July 6, 2004, legislation was enacted by the Delaware General Assembly, found at 74 Delaware Laws, Chapter 317, which granted the Commission jurisdiction to regulate non-governmental wastewater utilities having fifty or more customers in the aggregate. This authority includes the jurisdiction to grant and revoke Certificates of Public Convenience […]

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Telecommunications Regulation

  Get Connected, Stay Connected! The Lifeline and Link-Up Assistance programs are funded through the federal Universal Service Fund. Under the Lifeline program, telephone customers who participate or are eligible for certain public assistance programs are entitled to receive a basic telephone service discount. Link-Up can provide a 50 percent reduction on telephone service installation […]

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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. 28, 2017 26 […]

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Formal Complaint Process

Any time you have a problem with the utility services you receive, first contact the utility directly and provide the Customer Service Representative with all the necessary information. Your problem will be handled more quickly and more effectively by providing a thorough explanation. If your problem concerns a bill for services, it is very important […]

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Where can I get information about changes to my natural gas rates effective November 1st? Delmarva Power & Light Company’s Tariff and Bill Inserts Chesapeake Utilities Corporation Tariff   Q. How are my electric rates determined? An explanation of Delmarva Power’s rates can be found on their website.   Q. What are “current market […]

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About the Public Service Commission

Created in 1949 to regulate investor-owned public utilities, the Delaware Public Service Commission (PSC) works to ensure safe, reliable and reasonably priced cable, electric, natural gas, wastewater, water and telecommunications services for Delaware consumers. For those services that are moving toward competitive markets, the Commission makes rules to level the playing field between competing providers, […]

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