This morning, Public Advocate Drew Slater sent a letter to PJM ahead of their board meeting later this week opposing the cost allocation of the Artificial Island project. You can read the letter here.
The News Journal wrote an article on Artificial Island and the cost to consumers. We appreciate them bringing this important issue to the forefront to inform consumers of the $2-$4 cost per month for the next 40 years. You can read the article here .
This morning the DPA had the opportunity to attend the Regional Legislative Electronic Transmission Cost Equity Committee meeting in the Senate Chamber. This meeting was called by the co-chairs, Senator McDowell and Representative Paradee, to hear from PJM on the Artificial Island proposal. We were afforded the opportunity for public comments and our comments are […]
As of 7:00am, approximately 1,800 customers are without power and should be restored by noon today. If your power is still out and you need assistance with food or lodging, please contact the Red Cross at 1-800-733-2767.
UPDATE on electric outage: DPL has restored power to 90 percent of the reported outages.
An article from Delaware Public Media relating to the Artificial Island Project. PJM revives Artificial Island project.
The DPA participated in the Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee (TEAC) meeting where PJM Staff introduced their proposal to move forward with the LS Power project at Artificial Island at the reduced cost of $278 million (the cost was originally over $400 million). Drew Slater and Ruth Ann Price were in attendance asking many questions, specifically […]
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By appointment of the Governor and confirmation of the Senate, Andrew Slater was sworn in as the Public Advocate taking the place of the retiring Dave Bonar.
Public Advocate Dave Bonar comments on the potential impact of a FERC decision on the allocation of Artificial Island costs to Delaware customers (The News Journal)