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PSC To Soon Vote On Final Consideration Of Proposed New Electric Purchase Of Receivables (POR) Program

July 27, 2018

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Copyright 2010-17 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
Reporting by Paul Ring • ring@energychoicematters.com

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During the National Energy Marketers Association's July 26 Mid-Atlantic Energy Summit, Dallas Winslow, Chair of the Delaware PSC, provided an update on several retail market issues under consideration in the state

Winslow noted that, as previously reported, the PSC is considering implementation of purchase of receivables (POR) at Delmarva Power. A hearing examiner earlier this year had recommended adoption of a POR program (PSC Docket No. 15-1693).

Winslow also said that the PSC may receive recommendations that retail suppliers may put "advertisements", to use Winslow's description, in the Delmarva bill. Winslow said such recommendation may be for once a year or every month. A hearing examiner earlier this year had recommended that the past practice of allowing third party supplier company neutral inserts being permitted in Delmarva’s bills should continue. The inserts could describe choice options available to customers, the Commission’s website, or the suppliers’ website, the hearing examiner had recommended

Winslow said that such retail market issues may come before the Commission for final consideration next month or in September

Winslow said that the PSC would hold on further retail market enhancements, which he did not specifically identify, until the Maryland PSC completes an ongoing review of similar issues, with a goal of uniformity (given Delmarva's multi-state service area). The Maryland PSC has an ongoing review of various enhancements including instant connects, seamless moves, enroll-by-wallet and/or account number online look-up tools, and third-party access to customer usage history, among other issues. The Maryland PSC also has a separate open proceeding on supplier consolidated billing

Winslow said that the PSC continues to work to enhance its website regarding electric choice

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