Proposed Rulemaking

For consideration at the December 16, 2020 LIPA Board of Trustees meeting:

  • The Long Island Power Authority staff proposes to modify the Authority's Tariff for Electric Service effective January 1, 2021 to implement rate adjustments as determined through the Authority annual budget process. To view the full proposal, click here.
  • The Long Island Power Authority staff proposes to modify the Authority's Tariff for Electric Service effective January 1, 2021 to adjust the Revenue Decoupling Mechanism and the Delivery Service Adjustment to mitigate future volatility. To view the full proposal, click here.
  • The Long Island Power Authority staff proposes to modify the Authority's Tariff for Electric Service effective January 1, 2021 to implement the provision of Public Service Law Section 66-p to allow for landlords and prospective tenants access to the energy usage data of a rental property. To view the full proposal, click here.
  • The Long Island Power Authority staff proposes to modify the Tariff for Electric Service effective February 1, 2021, in accordance with the 2017 Utility 2.0 Filling and the subsequent filing updates to add four residential time-of-use rates and one small commercial TOU rate. To view the full proposal, click here.
  • The Long Island Power Authority staff proposes to modify LIPA's Tariff for Electric Service to allow for Community Distributed Generation ("CDG") net crediting, a billing option through which CDG Hosts may allow their CDG Satellites to receive a single consolidated bill from PSEG Long Island. To view the full proposal, click here.

To be considered by the Board of Trustees, written comments for the above five proposals may be emailed to tariffchanges@lipower.org by November 27, 2020.

  • To view the public comment session schedule, click here.

For potential consideration at a future meeting of the LIPA Board of Trustees:

  • LIPA proposes to modify its Tariff for Electric Service, effective June 1, 2020, to require that each Energy Service Company ("ESCO") proposing to serve mass market customers in the Long Island Choice Program, in order to be eligible, must meet the latest requirements established by the New York Public Service Commission for ESCOs doing business in New York. Specifically, each ESCO must complete a Retail Access Eligibility Application Form with the New York Department of Public Service (the "Department" or "DPS"), receive a finding from the Department of eligibility to sell electricity as an ESCO, and maintain eligibility with the Department at all times during the ESCO's participation in Long Island Choice. To view the full proposal, click here.
Approved Rulemaking