For consideration at the June 23, 2021 LIPA Board of Trustees meeting:
- LIPA proposes to modify its Tariff for Electric Service, effective July 1, 2021, to increase the cap on LIPA customer participation in the NYSERDA Loan Installment Program. To view the full proposal, click here.
To be considered by the Board of Trustees, written comments for the above proposal may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 14, 2021.
- To view the public comment session schedule, click here.
- If you would like to comment on the above proposal at one of the public comment sessions on June 7, 2021, please send an email to email@example.com with (1) your name, (2) your organization (if any), and (3) which public comment session you will be attending.
For potential consideration at a future meeting of the LIPA Board of Trustees:
- LIPA proposed the following enhancements to its Long Island Choice Program: establish an unbundled rate structure consisting of bypassable Market Supply Charges and non-bypassable Local Supply Charges; implement a utility single bill option with purchase of receivables; adopt Uniform Business Practices modeled after the requirements for the rest of the State; implement Consumer Protections that align with State policy; eliminate Switching Fees; and enhance Data Sharing platforms and protocols through the "Green Button" feature that allows ESCO access to relevant billing and AMI load data consistent with State policies on confidentiality of customer information and other EDI capabilities that facilitate the customer enrollment process.
Please click here to see comments filed by stakeholders including LIPA and PSEG Long Island in the Matter of Examining the Potential Benefits of Retail Competition for Long Island Electric Customers, Matter No. 15-02754, a stakeholder collaborative proceeding run by the New York Department of Public Service (DPS).
- 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.