Third Party Suppliers
This site has been created to assist third party suppliers with the necessary information to become a certified supplier in the Delaware Electric Cooperative service territory. In general DEC serves the rural areas of both Kent and Sussex counties of Delaware. Competitive electricity suppliers that would like information about registering to serve Delaware Electric Cooperative consumers should contact DEC\'s Electric Supply Coordinator:
For additional information on Customer Choice please contact the following organzations.
Delaware Electric Cooperative has created 10 class profiles reflecting the various rates and revenue codes currently in use by the Cooperative. The profiles have been created utilizing statistical random sampling of accounts collecting hourly usage data over a period of time. For more information please contact Mark Nielson, V.P. Staff Services, 302-349-3147 or email at email@example.com. Accounts with a peak demand of 300 kW or greater have interval (15 minute) data and are not part of a profile class.
|Profile Class||Tariff Description||Tariff Description|
|PRES||Residential||1A1, 1A2, 1B2, 1C2|
|PREH||Residential / Electric||1E1, 1E2, 1E3 House|
|PPH||Poultry House||1P1, 1P2, 1P3|
|PRSEA||Residential / Seasonal||2N1, 2N2|
|PIRRLM||Irrigation / Load Management||3G3|
|PCOM||Commercial||4G1, 4G2, 7G3, 5L1, 5L4, 5L5|
|PCOMLM||Small Commercial||5G6, 5P6, 5L6, 5L7, 5L8|
|PLGPWR||Large Power||5L2, 5L3|
Third Party Supplier Certification Process
How do I become a certified supplier with Delaware Electric Cooperative?
- You must complete and execute the necessary requirements for licensing and certification by the Delaware Public Service Commission and the PJM Interconnection.
- Upon certification by the Delaware PSC and PJM, download, complete and return the following documents to to DEC:
- Send the completed forms to:
Delaware Electric Cooperative, Inc.
c/o Energy Supply Coordinator
P.O. Box 600 Greenwood, DE 19950