On September 1, 2017, the Public Service Commission (PSC) filed with in the Delaware Register of Regulations to promulgate regulations specifically regarding procedures for freezing the Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) should the cap of three percent be reached in any one year. Why this is important: Your voice needs to be heard at the PSC. We have filed comments regarding this docket but it’s important to hear from members of the public. We hope you will take the time to write your thoughts to the PSC on the issue of freezing the RPS should the cost cap of three percent be reached. You can read our comments on why these regulations should include a Qualified Fuel Cell Provider (QFCP), i.e. Bloom, in Delafile at comments 61 and 62.
You can review the proposed revised Rules through the Register of Regulations or through delafile.delaware.gov by searching ‘Reg. 56’. Written comments can be filed electronically in Delafile or by e-mail to Joseph.Delosa@state.de.us with the subject line Regulation Docket No. 56. Should you have any questions, please contact the DPA or PSC.