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Chairman Winslow’s Reading Recommendations

Chairman’s Reading Recommendations   Electrifying America by I. David Rosenstein. The author is a forty year industry veteran  retiring as Vice-President and General Counsel of Essential Power. The book presents the evolution of electric service from Edison to present day issue of climate change. It’s an informative and easy to read history of legal, corporate […]

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Governor Carney, PSC Chairman Winslow Visit PJM

l-r: Chairman Winslow, Darlene Phillips (PJM), Lori Murphy-Lee (PJM), Governor Carney On August 18, 2017, Governor John Carney and PSC Chairman Dallas Winslow visited PJM Interconnection in Audubon, Pennsylvania to discuss regional energy issues impacting Delaware. PJM operates a competitive wholesale electricity market and manages the reliability of the transmission grid in all or part […]

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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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Public Notices

The dates, times and locations of all public meetings and hearings can be found on the Commission’s Calendar of Events. The following public notices are offered for your information, and contains only the public notices ordered by the Commission. Official notice is published in the classified section of certain newspapers, (generally the Delaware State News […]

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Commission Orders

DISCLAIMER: Every effort has been made to accurately transcribe and convert the Commission’s Orders; however, these are not the actual Orders. For an official copy, please contact the Commission. Commission Orders by date signed 2016 and later can be found using our Delafile e-filing system 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 […]

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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 GREEN POWER PRODUCTS COMPLIANCE Retail Suppliers with retail sales of marketed Green Power Products need to submit a report by Sept. 30, 2020 26 Del. Admin. C. Sections 3001-13.0 Voluntary Renewable Energy Credits (VREC)s, RECs or SRECs retired cannot be used to meet compliance in successive years. Green Power Products Compliance Report 2019 – […]

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Electric Regulation

Table of Contents Role of the Commission Opens in new window Regulated Utilities Opens in new window Consumer Information Opens in new window Important or Pending Cases at the Commission Opens in new window Local, Regional, and National Issues Opens in new window Delmarva Power Bloom Energy Fuel Cell Opens in new window New Electric […]

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Customer Electric Choice

Table of Contents Active Electric Suppliers in Delaware Active vs. Certified Electric Suppliers Consumer Protection What is 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 […]

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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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