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The PSC Approved a 0.06% Increase

The PSC approved a 0.06% increase – from 0.31% to 0.37% – to Tidewater Utility’s Distribution System Improvement Charge (“DSIC”) effective July 1, 2015. The DSIC rate remains subject to review, audit, and an annual reconciliation by Staff based on a 12-month period ending December 31, 2015. Search for Docket No. 15-1000 on the PSC’s […]

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Approval of Merger Between Pepco Holdings and Exelon Corp.

The PSC entered Order No. 8746 approving the merger between Pepco Holdings, Inc. (Delmarva Power’s parent company) and Exelon Corporation under the terms and conditions contained in an Amended Settlement Agreement (dated April 7, 2015) and to which the the Public Advocate is a party. The PSC will issue a final order once decisions in […]

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Support of FERC’s Decision to Appeal a May 23, 2104 D.C. Circuit Court Ruling

The DPA, along with the consumer advocates of Indiana, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and the District of Columbia, sent a letter to both FERC and to the PJM Board voicing their support of FERC’s decision to appeal a May 23, 2104 D.C. Circuit Court ruling impacting the participation of demand response in PJM’s […]

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Exelon, Pepco Holdings Inc., File With FERC for Approval

Exelon, Pepco Holdings Inc., File with FERC for Approval to Combine Their Businesses Read PHI Press Release…

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Tidewater Utilities, Inc. Filed an Application

Tidewater Utilities, Inc. filed an application seeking an overall revenue increase of $3,903,338, or approximately 14.42%.

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Public Interactive Discussion Forums and Comment Session

The Public Service Commission hosted the third, and final, “Public Interactive Discussion Forums and Comment Session” on October 16, 2013 in Wilmington, DE. The purpose of the sessions was to hear from the public about their expectations for reliable power delivery and the potential costs for that reliability. Delmarva Power is planning to spend $397 […]

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