Delaware Public Service Commission

Created in 1949 to regulate investor-owned public utilities, the Delaware Public Service Commission (PSC) works to ensure safe, reliable and reasonably priced cable, electric, natural gas, wastewater, water and telecommunications services for Delaware consumers. For those services that are moving toward competitive markets, the Commission makes rules to level the playing field between competing providers, and resolves disputes between these providers. The PSC also supports the Division of the Public Advocate in the complaint process.
- Delaware Public Service Commission

State Commissioners

Dallas Winslow

Joann Conaway

Harold Gray

Kim Drexler

Manubhai "Mike" C. Karia

Delaware Public Service Commission News

Take a look at these 8 energy-saving tips for Spring on our website.

What’s the name of your one call center? You can find out at #call811 #DEPSC #SafeDigMonth #NSDM

SPOILER ALERT: It's Miss Utility

#TipTuesday We may not need to heat our house during the spring, but we still use hot water to shower and wash dishes. Drain a quarter of your water heater tank to remove sediment and debris at least once a year and adjust the thermostat to 120 degrees, and cut down energy costs

Happy Friday from Delaware Electric Cooperative! Spring weather has finally arrived, enjoy temps in the mid 70s this weekend! (Photo credit: Stephaie Lu)

Be sure to call 811 several days before any digging project. Hitting an underground utility line while digging can cause serious injuries, disrupt service to entire neighborhoods, and potentially result in fines and repair costs. #call811 #NSDM #SafeDigMonth #DEPSC

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Delaware Public Service Commission
861 Silver Lake Boulevard
Cannon Building, Suite 100
Dover, DE 19904


Phone: (302)736-7500
In State: (800)282-8574


Updated on 2018-01-29T17:08:56+00:00, by Bailee Warsing.