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The Delaware Public Service Commission has established a March 8, 2018 hearing date to consider retail choice enhancements. [caption id="" align="alignright" width="272" class="zemanta-img"] The Delaware General Assembly meets in the Legislative Hall in Dover. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)[/caption] The enhancements include a purchase of receivables program; “seamless moves”...

Maryland’s Community Solar Pilot Program is moving along with dozens of solar facilities in the project queues for Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, Pepco MD, Delmarva Power MD, and Potomac Edison Company. The first year of the program has seen strong interest from the Subscriber Organizations that develop and manage the...

The Maryland Public Service Commission issued a Notice of Opportunity to Comment seeking comments on a new “Retail Supplier Load Shaping RFP.” The Commission want to consider “programs designed to demonstrate the ability to shape residential load profiles using innovative business models.” Comments on the RFP, a...

The Delaware Public Service Commission has approved new Electric Supplier Rules for final publication in the April 1, 2017 edition of the Delaware Register. The rules will become effective April 11, 2017. The new rules replace Delaware’s existing Electric Supplier Rules and introduce numerous provisions that...

This is the first in a two-part series highlighting “Lessons Learned” from the Maryland Public Service Commission’s recent ruling penalizing Starion Energy PA, Inc. for violating various consumer protection laws in Maryland  While these lessons may seem elementary to most retail electricity suppliers, bad actors...

We're grateful for the coverage EnergyChoiceMatters.com put out yesterday about the staff-suggested changes to proposed Delaware rules that the Retail Energy Suppliers Association and the Division of Public Advocate (DPA) worked out earlier this year. We think are these changes in the proposed rules are market...

Breaking news February 2, 2017! The Maryland Senate, minutes ago, voted to override the Governor's veto of SB 921 and HB 1106, the Clean Energy Jobs Act. The bill page has likely not been updated yet, but you can see the vote count here (32-13). The...

(Originally posted at LinkedIn.com) Last week, we introduced Part 1 of our two-part discussion about the importance of retail electricity and natural gas suppliers complying with state laws. We focused on requirements in the contract, the contract summary, certain required disclosures, and so forth. This week,...