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National Grid - Standard Offer Service (SOS) Rate Filing Pursuant to SOS Procurement Plan - Docket No. 4393

Docket No. 4443 - RI Energy Efficiency and Resource Management Council (EERMC) - Proposed Energy Efficiency Savings Targets for National Grid's energy efficiency procurement for the period 2015 - 2017

Docket No. 4451 - Narragansett Electric Co. d/b/a National Grid - 2014 Energy Efficiency Program Plan (EEPP) for Electric & Gas (filed November 1, 2103)

Pascoag Utility District Annual Reconciliation filing for 2015 - Docket 4529

Docket No. 4450 - Rules and Regulations Governing the Termination of Residential Electric and Natural Gas Service (initiated October 25, 2013)

A &R Marine Corp. d/b/a/ Prudence & Bay Islands Transport-Application for Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) License to Operate a Ferry to Prudence Island

Docket 13 MC 121 Review of Rule D(1) Establishing Minimum Allowable Charge in Rules Governing the Transportation of Passengers Via Public Motor Vehicles

Docket D-13-147 Proposed Amendment to Rules and Regulations Prescribing Standards for Water Utilities

D-13-51 Rhode Island Fast Ferry Application to Operate a fast ferry between Quonset and Block Island

Providence Water Supply Board rate filing

Docket 13 MC 08 Proposed Rules Governing the Transportation of Passengers Via Public Motor Vehicles

National Grid Annual Gas Cost Recovery filing - Docket 4436

United Water Rate Filing - Docket 4434

National Grid Gas and Electric Distribution Rate Filing - Docket 4323

Stray and Contact Voltage Detection- Docket 4237

National Grid-2013 System Reliability Procurement Report

National Grid 2013 Energy Efficiency Program Plan

National Grid - 2013 Standard Offer Service Procurement Plan and 2013 Renewable Energy Standard Procurement Plan - Docket No. 4315

National Grid Infrastructure Safety and Reliability Plan - Gas - Electric

Docket D-11-94 - Review Of Preparedness And Restoration Efforts By The State's Electric Utility Companies Related to the Recent Damages Sustained in Tropical Storm Irene

In recent months, a number of wireless companies have applied for Commission approval to provide Lifeline telephone service in the state of Rhode Island (more information)

This web site may not contain links to other related documents that may be included in the docket. The complete dockets are available for examination at the Clerk's Office.


The Public Utilities Commission comprises two distinct regulatory bodies: a three-member Commission (Commission) and the Division of Public Utilities and Carriers (Division).

Although two distinct regulatory bodies, the Commission and Division generally operate in concert. This is evidenced by the Division’s status as an indispensable party in all Commission proceedings, and the Division’s statutory charge to enforce all directives of the Commission. Both entities may conduct inquiries, investigations and hearings to effectuate their respective duties. Both may issue orders that have the force and effect of law.

The Division is also legislatively required to maintain a website in accordance with RIGL section 39-1-18. The Division makes every effort to insure that this legislative mandate is carried out.

Considering Residential Competitive Electricity Supply?

Price to Compare: National Grid Residential Standard Offer July 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014

8.379 cents/kWh* Includes RES charge

On 11/19/14 National Grid filed proposed rates for the period starting January 1,2015. As proposed, the National Grid Standard Offer effective January 1 would be:

12.705 cents/kWh* Includes RES charge - pending review of the Commission

If you have questions about residential competitive energy supply (click here) or contact Joseph Shilling (E-mail) - (401) 780-2121


Meet the Commissioners

Meet the Administrator of the Division

Energy Facility Siting Board

Renewable Energy Resources: Certification Forms, Rules, Certification Filing Guide, and RES Application Status Report


Energy Saving Tips

National Do-Not-Call Registry

National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners

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Henry Shelton Act offers arrearage forgiveness plans for eligible low-income households (learn more).


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