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Rulemaking to establish - Rules and Regulations Governing the Transportation of Passengers via Transportation Network Companies

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Power Sector Transformation Initiative - (learn more)

Initial Proposals for Distribution System Planning Improvements and Request for Stakeholder Comment -
Following the Distribution System Planning Stakeholder Meeting held on August 16, 2017, stakeholders are invited to submit comments in response to the initial proposals and additional questions provided in this document to inform the ongoing inquiry into distribution system planning. Comments should be submitted by September 1, 2017.

Initial Considerations on Utility Compensation and Request for Stakeholder Comment - Following the Utility Business Model Stakeholder Meeting held August 16,2017 stakeholders are invited to submit comments by September 8, 2017.

Grid Connectivity and Capabilities Work Stream Advanced Grid Capabilities and Questions for Stakeholders - In response to technical meetings held on May 9th, June 15th and July 31st, stakeholders are invited to provide responses . Responses should be submitted by email by September 8th, 2017.

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

Kent County Water Authority - Docket No. 4611

National Grid - Energy Efficiency Program Plan, Docket No. 4654 and System Reliability Procurement Report, Docket No. 4655

Pascoag Utility District - Annual Reconciliation of the Standard Offer Service, Trasmission and Transition Charge - Docket No. 4664

Providence Water Supply Board - Docket No. 4618

Thursday, October 13,2016 EFSB Show Cause Hearing related to the Invenergy Thermal Development, LLC Application. View Video of Hearing

Docket- 4627 The Narragansett Electric Company d/b/a National Grid Request for Approval of a Gas Capacity Contract and Cost Recovery Pursusant to R.I. Gen. Laws Sec. 39-31-1 to 9

Notice of Pre-Hearing Conference, Intervention Deadline, and Public Comment Hearing

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Annual RES Compliance Report for Compliance Year 2015 

National Grid 2017 Standard Offer Service Procurement Plan and 2017 Renewable Energy Standard Procurement Plan

National Grid Infrastructure Safety and Reliability Plan (Gas) (Electric)

National Grid Retail Rate Filing for 2016

Narragansett Bay Commission filing to fund debt service and debt service rate coverage

Office of Energy Resources Budgetary Request for 2017 Ceiling Prices

National Grid - Standard Offer and Renewable Energy Standard Procurement Plan for 2016

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

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

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

National Grid Gas and Electric Distribution Rate Filing - Docket 4323

Stray and Contact Voltage Detection- Docket 4237

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 Competitive Electricity Supply?

Residential - Price to Compare: National Grid's Standard Offer Effective April 1, 2017 through September 30, 2017 6.228 cents/kWh - A proposed rate of 9.515 cents/kWh for 10/1/2017 through 3/31/2018 is pending Commission review

Small Commercial - Price to Compare: National Grid's Standard Offer (fixed) Effective April 1, 2017 through September 30, 2017-of 6.156 cents/kWh - A proposed rate of 9.350 cents/kWh for 10/1/2017 through 3/31/2018 is pending Commission review

Compare rates at :

http://www.ri.gov/empowerri

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

 

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Energy Facility Siting Board

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

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National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners

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