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Request for Proposal (RFP) for a Consultant to administer the PUC's Rules and Regulations governing the implementation of Rhode Island’s Renewable Energy Standard

Review of National Grid (Narragansett Electric) Storm Preparedness and Restoration Efforts related to the October 30, 2017 Storm

Application to Change Electric and Gas Distribution Revenue Requirements and Associated Rates (filed 11/28/17) (Docket 4770)

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Power Sector Transformation Initiative - (learn more)

Rhode Island Power Sector Transformation- Phase One Report to Governor Gina M. Raimondo - November 2017

Proposed Power Sector Transformation (PST) Vision and Implementation Plan (Docket 4780)

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nvestigation Into Issues Related to the Changing Electric Distribution System- Docket No. 4600

Annual RES Compliance Report for Compliance Year 2015 

BIPCo Waiver Request Under R.I.Gen. Laws § 39-1-27(g)

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

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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 Competitive Electricity Supply?

Residential - Price to Compare: National Grid's Standard Offer effective April 1, 2018 through September 30, 2018- 8.486 cents/kWh..

Small Commercial - Price to Compare: National Grid's Standard Offer (fixed) Effective April 1, 2018 through September 30, 2018 8.048 cents/kWh.

Compare rates at :

http://www.ri.gov/empowerri

For a listing of Commercial and Industrial suppliers (click here).

 

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