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PJM Provides New Artificial Island Cost Allocation Analysis

Earlier today, PJM held a special Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee (TEAC) meeting to discuss alternative methodologies to the Artificial Island project. They provided two new methodologies which would greatly reduce the burden on Delaware consumers. However, we are not done yet. We need to continue to work with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) asking […]

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PSC Regulated Utilities

Below are the utilities under the jurisdiction of the Public Service Commission (“PSC”). The Division of the Public Advocate may intervene in cases filed at the PSC by any of these utility providers. Don’t wait for a disconnection notice! If you have difficulty paying your utility bill, contact your service provider as soon as you […]

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About the Division of the Public Advocate

The Division of the Public Advocate (DPA) was established in 1978 after public outcry over steadily and sharply increasing electricity rates. In establishing the DPA, the General Assembly charged the Public Advocate with representing consumer interests whenever PSC-regulated utility companies in Delaware seek changes in the delivery of services or changes in rates for electric […]

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Delmarva Power’s Proposed Reliability Investments

The DPA files comments on the PSC Staff Report regarding Delmarva Power’s proposed reliability investments. Read Comments…

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