Proposed Rulemaking

The following proposals will be considered at the December 14, 2022 Board of Trustees meeting:

  • LIPA proposes to modify the Tariff for Electric Service to implement rate adjustments as determined through LIPA's annual budget process. The resulting rate adjustments will increase the annual aggregate delivery revenues of LIPA by an amount not to exceed two and one-half percent and will be effectuated through a pro rata increase to all Service Classifications. To view the entire proposal, click here.
  • LIPA proposes to modify the Small Generator Interconnection Procedures for Distributed Generators and/or Energy Storage Systems Less than 10 MW Connected in Parallel with LIPA's Radial Distribution Systems, to implement an interconnection cost sharing framework. To view the entire proposal, click here.
  • LIPA proposes to modify the Tariff to implement a Large Renewable Host Community Benefit Program. The Program will provide an annual bill credit to eligible residential electric utility customers in a Renewable Host Community where a Major Renewable Energy Facility is located for each of the first ten years of such Facility's operation in the Renewable Host Community. To view the entire proposal, click here.
  • LIPA proposes to modify the Tariff to enhance LIPA's Long Island Choice Program. This proposal will create a Merchant Function Charge, applicable to all customers receiving supply from LIPA-and not applicable to retail choice customers-and establish the purchase of receivables rate for energy service companies that participate in Long Island Choice and utilize the Consolidated Bill Option with Purchase of Receivables. To view the entire proposal, click here.
  • LIPA proposes to modify the Tariff to adopt policies concerning bill credits and food and medicine spoilage reimbursements for residential and small business customers following widespread prolonged outages, so that customers are provided with prolonged outage credits and reimbursements on the same terms as customers of New York's investor-owned utilities. To view the entire proposal, click here.
  • LIPA proposes to modify the Tariff to authorize the distribution of bill credits to eligible low and moderate income customers based on the output of solar photovoltaic renewable resources participating in the Solar Communities Feed-In Tariff. To view the entire proposal, click here.

Written comments on the above six proposals can be emailed to [email protected] by November 28, 2022. Comments will be provided to the Board of Trustees for their consideration.

Approved Rulemaking