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 and the News Journal newspapers) under the heading "Public Notices - Legal". Regulated utilities may from time to time be required to publish notice, but those notices may not be available on this site.
Public Notice of Proposed TV Cable Rate Changes
IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION’S REVIEW OF DELMARVA POWER’S RETAIL ELECTRICITY PRICING AND POTENTIAL LONG-TERM APPROACHES TO SECURE LOWER PRICED ENERGY (OPENED AUGUST 19, 2014)- PSC DOCKET NO. 14-0283
Please see the public notice for more information.
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF CHESAPEAKE UTILITIES CORPORATION FOR APPROVAL OF CHANGES TO THE TRANSPORTATION AND BALANCING RIDER AND THE GAS SUPPLIER SCHEDULE OF ITS TARIFF (FILED OCTOBER 1, 2013) - PSC DOCKET NO. 13-383
A Hearing Examiner of the Delaware Public Service Commission will conduct a public evidentiary hearing concerning the above-captioned case on Monday, April 27, 2015. Please see the public notice for more information.
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF DELMARVA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY TO CHANGE THE METHODOLOGY FOR THE CALCULATION OF BALANCING FEES ASSOCIATED WITH THE GAS COST RATE (FILED FEBRUARY 3, 2015) - PSC DOCKET NO. 15-0671
A public workshop will be held on Tuesday, August 4, 2015. Please see the public notice for more information.
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Annual New Motor Vehicle Dealers' Assessment
Pursuant to 6 Del. C. ' 4915(g), the Delaware Public Service Commission had determined an assessment against new motor vehicle dealers to defray anticipated costs for administering the provisions of 6 Del. C. ' 4915 is not necessary for fiscal year 2011. The unexpended amount remaining from previous fiscal years is deemed sufficient to defray the projected costs of administration in fiscal year 2011.