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Formal Cases

A formal case is a proceeding before the DC Public Service Commission to determine the rates a utility may charge and related service requirements the utility must meet such as reliability standards. The utility presents its case to the Commission through prepared testimony. OPC and official intervenors such as the District of Columbia government, business and other interest groups are permitted to ask questions, require additional information, present alternative testimony, and make specific recommendations to the Commission to ensure that rates are set at just and reasonable levels.

Formal Case No. 1169 - WGL Requests its Largest Rate Increase in Decades

Formal Case No. 1154 - OPC Investigates WGL’s Progress On “ProjectPipes”

The Evidentiary Phase of Pepco’s Unusual Rate Case Closes with OPC, All Active Intervenor Parties, and Hundreds of Consumers Calling for Rejection of Pepco’s Proposals

Formal Case No. 1143 MEDSIS Update

Formal Case No. 1137 -- Washington Gas Rate Case

Formal Case No. 1139 -- Pepco Rate Case

OPC federal matters since 2014

List of cases opened from January 1, 2014 through current that OPC has litigated

Pepco-Exelon Merger Arrearage Management Program