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Competitive suppliers and electricity brokers should mail:
If you are requesting that some information in the application be kept confidential, you must also provide:
Download the applicable form below and mail all of the information to:
Department of Public Utilities
c/o Mark D. Marini, Secretary
One South Station, 5th Floor
Boston, MA 02110
After reviewing your application, we will contact the regulatory contact listed on the application by phone or email to schedule a call and clarify any statements and ask questions. We may also follow-up by email with additional questions.
If the DPU approves your new license application, we will notify the regulatory contact listed on the application via email and a letter in the mail.
If the DPU denies your license application, we will notify the regulatory contact listed on the application via phone, email and/or a letter in the mail.
After receiving a license, competitive suppliers and electricity brokers must:
Competitive suppliers must also: