Regulator Issues Preliminary Finding Of RPS Non-Compliance To Retail Suppliers
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The Connecticut PURA has issued a notice of preliminary findings and determination regarding each retail supplier's and EDC's RPS compliance in the year 2017
"This notice is not intended to provide a complete accounting of noncompliance and that because a company is not listed does not mean the Authority finds that the company is in full compliance," PURA said
The notice process provides an avenue for suppliers to contest any inaccuracies prior to issuance of a draft order.
In the notice, Exhibits 5, 5a, 5b, 5c, 6 and 7, show, respectively, each company’s RPS compliance, RECs banking and required alternative compliance payments. The Authority’s preliminary findings and determination are based on the 2017 RPS Reports submitted by the companies in this docket.
Suppliers are encouraged to review PURA's notice for accuracy and/or cure any deficiencies