PURA: Electric

Electric
 
All filings submitted by Connecticut’s two regulated electric distribution companies; The Connecticut Light and Power Company and The United Illuminating Company are processed by the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) in accordance with applicable statutes and regulations.
 
These filings address such issues as
  • distribution,
  • transmission and generation rates,
  • wholesale procurement of electricity,
  • energy efficiency,
  • conservation and load management,
  • cost-of-service,
  • rate design,
  • revenue requirements,
  • metering accuracy, and
  • the safety and reliability of the electric distribution system.
In addition, PURA is responsible for the licensing of electric suppliers, registration of electric aggregators, and the oversight of renewable energy and renewable portfolio standards.
 
Complaints Scorecard - Suppliers and Aggregators
Electric Supplier Complaints (Received by PURA)
 
Information on the state's past transition to a deregulated electric supply environment.
 
Information on Connecticut's Renewable Portfolio Standards and related laws and decisions.
 
 
Content last updated August 2013