DelaFile is the Delaware Public Service Commission's repository for all filings, including applications, complaints, inquiries, and comments.
This website and all of the content contained within DelaFile are provided as a convenience to the public. All information on this website and contained within Delafile is intended to be accurate, complete and timely; however, the Delaware Public Service Commission (Commission) and its staff do not warrant, expressly or by implication, the accuracy of the information contained herein nor are they responsible for any errors or omissions. The Commission and its staff assume no liability for the use or misuse of any information on this website or obtained through Delafile. All filings made by an electronic record (e-filing) shall have the same effect as a paper filing. In addition, all filings are subject to a review by the staff of the Commission to determine if the filing meets the minimum filing requirements set forth in the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure, 26 Del. Admin. C. §1001. You may review a copy of these Rules here
All documents that are e-filed using DelaFile are publically available to anyone who logs into the DelaFile website. The Commission and its staff assume no liability (expressly or implicitly) if any person mistakenly e-files any confidential document or confidential information as a public comment or document using the DelaFile website.
You may request that the Commission accord confidential treatment to some or all of the information contained in a document that you wish to e-file using the DelaFile website. See Section 1001-1.11 of the Rules
for the requirements to follow for requesting such confidential treatment of documents (including the attestation required). For a listing of materials that are exempt from public disclosure, see 29 Del. C. §10002(l)
DO NOT E-FILE ANY CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION USING THE DELAFILE WEBSITE UNLESS YOU SIMULTANEOUSLY ALSO E-FILE 1) A REDACTED, PUBLIC VERSION OF THE SAME DOCUMENT; AND 2) AN ATTESTATION THAT THE INFORMATION IS NOT SUBJECT TO PUBLIC INSPECTION OR DISCLOSURE.
If you e-file any confidential documents without a corresponding redacted, public version and attestation, your filing will not meet the Commission’s minimum filing requirements and will be rejected. All rejected documents are not considered as legally filed documents per the Commission’s Rules and do not start any time limits set for a response from the Commission or its staff.