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Connecticut Electricity Provider - Deregulation

State Compliance

 

Docket No. Docket Title
04-06-11 Application of Tractebel Energy Services, Inc. for an Electric Supplier License
08-02-06 DPUC Investigation into the CL&P’s Billing Issues
08-09-15 Annual Review of CT Electric Suppliers’ & Electric Distribution Companies’ Compliance with CT’s Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards in the Yr 2007
09-10-09 Annual Review of CT Electric Suppliers’ & Electric Distribution Companies’ Compliance with CT’s Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards in the Yr 2008
10-03-14 Application of GDF Suez Energy Resources NA, Inc. for a Renewal of an Electric supplier License
10-06-24 DPUC Review of the Current Status of the Competitive Supplier & Aggregator Market in CT & Marketing Practices & Conduct of Participants in that Market
10-09-06 Annual Review of CT Electric Suppliers’ & Electric Distribution Companies’ Compliance with CT’s Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards in the Yr 2009
11-09-03 Annual Review of CT Electric Suppliers’ & Electric Distribution Companies’ Compliance with CT’s Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards in the Yr 2010
12-09-02 Annual Review of CT Electric Suppliers’ & Electric Distribution Companies’ Compliance with CT’s Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards in the Yr 2011
13-07-18 PURA Establishment of Rules for Electric Suppliers & Electric Distribution Companies Concerning Operations & Marketing in the Electric Retail Market
14-05-38 PURA Investigation into Electric Suppliers’ Compliance with Conn. Gen. Stat. §16-245O(G)(1)
14-07-19 PURA Investigation into Redesign of the Residential Electric Billing Format
97-01-15RE02 DPUC Review of Electric Companies Cost of Service & Unbundled Tariffs-Further Unbundling

Standard Service Contracts

 

Contact the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA)
Ten Franklin Square, New Britain, CT 06051
Directions
Phone:  860-827-1553   |  Fax:  860-827-2822
pura.information@ct.gov
 
Consumer Services:
Toll Free in Connecticut:  800-382-4586
TDD:  860-827-2837

 

GDF SUEZ Energy Resources was licensed in Connecticut by the Department of Public Utility Control as a competitive electricity supplier in March of 2007. Currently, we provide electricity service to commercial and industrial customers in Connecticut including businesses residing in the following service territories:

View our service areas in Connecticut
Deregulation in Connecticut
On January 1, 2000, generation was opened and customers were automatically placed on Standard Offer, which was 10 percent less than the prices from 1996. The Standard Offer rate did not encourage customers to switch to a retail electricity provider.

In 2003, the Transitional Standard Offer (TSO) was designed to ensure stable rates, encourage the development of renewable energy and continue an orderly transition to a competitive marketplace. The TSO rate expired January 1, 2007.

Customers can solicit competitive electricity suppliers, such as GDF SUEZ Energy Resources, for market-priced generation service. The other components of electric service (transmission and distribution) have not been opened to competition and will continue to be provided by the traditional electric companies.

What happens when a Connecticut buyer chooses a new commercial electricity supplier?

For more on the history, structure and future of Connecticut’s deregulated electricity market, visit the Department of Public Utility Control

 

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