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Learn about electric supplier choice

Learn about electric supplier choice Almost 20 years ago, the Delaware General Assembly passed a bill that opened the Delaware market to competition with regards to the generation, supply and sale of electricity in the state. That law gave people the opportunity to shop for energy products and services among a variety of providers, which […]

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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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NGR Archives

  Consumer Information For general consumer information, including how to file a formal complaint, please visit our Consumer Assistance page. Delaware Public Service Commission Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Both Chesapeake Utilities Corporation and Delmarva Power provide important customer information on billing, customer service issues, and safety. The following websites offer important consumer information about natural […]

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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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Smart Meters and AMI

What is AMI? AMI stands for Advanced Metering Infrastructure. AMI encompasses a whole electricity information network including Smart Meters on customer houses, communications to and from a utility, and even, eventually, communication to devices within a customer’s home. What is a Smart Meter? A Smart Meter is an electronic meter that is installed in place […]

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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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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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Regulated Utility Filings

All 2015 Regulated Utility Filings can be found on the Commission’s DelaFile website. 2014 Regulated Utility Filings (by utility service offered) 2013 Regulated Utility Filings (by utility service offered) 2012 Regulated Utility Filings (by utility service offered) 2011 Regulated Utility Filings (by utility service offered) 2010 Regulated Utility Filings (by utility service offered) 2009 Regulated […]

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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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