State Public Utility Commissions

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Alaska Department of Commerce and Economic Development

The mission of the Department of Commerce and Economic Development is to promote an active, healthy and expanding business community in Alaska. This goal is accomplished through two main tasks: consumer protection through regulation of business; and econo mic development through advocacy programs which develop, strengthen, and diversify Alaska's economic base, increase employment opportunities, and stimulate private enterprise.
PO Box 110800
Juneau AK USA 99811-0800
Phone: 907 465 2500 Fax: 907 465 5442


Regulatory Commission of Alaska

The Commission works to ensure just and reasonable rates and high quality, reliable service.
1016 West Sixth Avenue
Suite 400
Anchorage AK USA 99501-1963
Phone: (907) 276-6222 Fax: (907) 276 0160




Alabama Public Service Commission

Post Office Box 991
Montgomery AL USA 36101-0991
Phone: (334) 242-5866r Fax: (334) 242-0207




Arkansas Public Service Commission

1000 Center
P.O. Box 400
Little Rock AR USA 722 03-0400
Phone: (501) 682-2051 Fax: (501) 682-1717




Arizona Corporation Commission

The Arizona Corporation Commission was created by the Arizona Constitution. Only 7 states have constitutionally formed Commissions. Arizona is one of only 13 states with elected Commissioners. In the 37 other states, Commissioners are appointed by either the governor or the legislature.
1200 W. Washington
Phoenix AZ USA 85007
Phone: (602) 542-4251


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California Energy Commission

The California Energy Commission was established in 1974 to address the energy challenges facing the state. Created by the Warren-Alquist State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Act (normally called the Warren-Alquist Act and which was signed into law by then-Governor Ronald Reagan), the Commission is the state's principal energy policy and planning organization. Since 1974, successive administrations with bipartisan legislative support have enacted more than 100 separate laws to assist the Commission in implementing state energy policy.
1516 Ninth Street
Sacramento CA USA 95814-2950
Phone: (916) 654-4033 Fax: (916) 654-4420


California Public Utilities Commission

Our business planning process was developed as part of Vision 2000 to clearly identify goals, and project and program priorities, allocate staff accountable to achieve them, measure progress in achieving them with Key Performance Indicators, and be the vehicle for Commissioners and Management to plan and adjust the Commission's workload and allocation of resources. We track our progress in achieving the goals and objectives outlined here, both as individual divisions and as an agency, and report our progress to the Commission and to the public at Commission decision-making meetings, and in our agency's annual report.
505 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco CA USA 94102
Phone: (415) 703-2782 Fax: 415 703 1758




Colorado Public Utilities Commission

The purpose of the PUC is to achieve a regulatory environment which provides safe and reliable utility services to all on just and reasonable terms. The Commission strives to assure that the public receives utility services at affordable prices. It also assures that utilities have the opportunity to receive a reasonable return on their investments. This return on investments allows Colorado utilities to obtain the necessary funds to build new facilities or to restore existing ones. The PUC is also responsible for regulating the safety of utility services.
Logan Tower
Office Level 1
1580 Logan Street
Denver CO USA 80203
Phone: (303) 894-2000 Fax: (303) 894-2065




Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control

As the regulatory agency overseeing these utilities, we are committed to insuring that all customers have the greatest possible access to reliable utility services at the lowest possible cost.
Ten Franklin Square
New Britain CT USA 06051
Phone: (860) 827-1553 Fax: (860) 827-2613




Delaware Public Service Commission

Our mission is to provide public access to information on our proceedings and decisions concerning major issues affecting Delaware's investor-owned utilities and their customers. We are committed to keeping the public aware of the Commission's evolving role and processes, and to provide the public with easy access to information. This is essential as Delaware's utilities make the transition from monopoly to competitive providers of services. Please browse our Web site and let us know how we can improve our communication effort. Although our regulatory role is changing, the responsibility of the Commission remains the same -- to assure safe and reliable service to the customers of Delaware's investor- owned utilities at fair and reasonable rates. The Commission must render decisions that strengthen and support the ability of utilities to serve while contributing to the economic development of the First State.
861 Silver Lake Boulevard
Cannon Building, Suite 100
Dover DE USA 19904
Phone: (302) 739-4247 Fax: (302) 739-4849




Florida Public Service Commission

The Public Service Commission is the regulatory force that tries to maintain a balance between the utilities and the ratepayers in the state of Florida. It's an important balance to maintain. New technology and changes in federal regulatory policies continually create more and more complex issues that the commission must consider and weigh, fully aware at all times that balance must be kept in the regulatory process. Commissioners' decisions involve hundreds of millions of dollars and affect the lives of millions of people. That's why the PSC wants to help ratepayers better understand the functions of the commission and how the consumer can participate in the ratemaking process.
2540 Shumard Oak Boulevard
Tallahassee FL USA 32399-0870
Phone: (850) 413-6044




Georgia Public Service Commission

The Georgia Public Service Commission has exclusive power to decide what are fair and reasonable rates for services under its jurisdiction. It must balance Georgia citizens' need for reliable services and reasonable rates with the need for utilities to earn a reasonable return on investment. The Commission protects consumers' interests while abiding by legal standards in setting rates. All matters scheduled for public hearing are heard by the Commissioners or in special cases, by an appointed hearing officer in open session.
42 Trinity Avenue
Atlanta GA USA 30334
Phone: (404) 656-4501 Fax: (404) 656-2341




Iowa Utilities Board

Lucas State Office Building, 5th Floor
321 E. 12th Street
Des Moines IA USA 50319
Phone: (515) 281-5979 Fax: (515) 281-5329




Idaho Public Utilities Commission

PO Box 82720
Boise ID USA 83720-0074
Phone: (208) 334-0300 Fax: (208) 334-3762




Illinois Commerce Commission

527 E. Capitol Avenue 527 E. Capitol Avenue
P.O. Box 19280
Springfield IL USA 62794-9280
Phone: (217) 782-7295




Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission

In its current role, the IURC no longer regulates vehicular transportation but does oversee more than 700 utilities that operate in Indiana. The IURC does not regulate municipal sewer utilities. Indiana statutes allow municipal utilities, not-for-profit corporations, co-operative telephone and electric companies to remove themselves from the Commission's jurisdiction by ordinance of the local governing body or a majority vote of the people in the municipality. As of March 1995, about 324 municipalities had removed their utilities from the Commission's jurisdiction.
302 Washington Street, Suite E3
Indianapolis IN USA 46204
Phone: (317) 232-2701 Fax: (317) 232-6758




Kansas Corporation Commission

1500 SW Arrowhead Road 1500 SW Arrowhead Road
Topeka KS USA 66604
Phone: 785.271.3140




Kentucky Public Service Commission

730 Schenkel Lane
P.O. Box 615
Frankfort KY USA 40602 - 0615
Phone: (502) 564-3940 Fax: (502) 564-3460




Louisiana Public Service Commission

P.O. Box 91154
Baton Rouge LA USA 70821-9154
Phone: (225) 342-4404 Fax: (225) 342-2831




Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications and Energy

One South Station
Boston MA USA 02110
Phone: (617) 305-3500 Fax: (617) 723-8812




Maryland Public Service Commission

William Donald Schaefer Tower
6 St. Paul Street
Baltimore MD USA 21202
Phone: (410) 767-8000




Maine Public Utilities Commission

242 State Street
18 State House Station
Augusta ME USA 04333-0018
Phone: (207) 287-3831 Fax: 207 287 1039




Michigan Public Service Commission

P.O. Box 30221 (mailing)
6545 Mercantile Way, Suite 7 (Street)
Lansing MI USA 48909
Phone: (517) 334-6445


Michigan Public Service Commission

6545 Mercantile Way Suite #7
Lansing MI USA 48909
Phone: (517) 334-6445 Fax: (517) 882-5002




Minnesota Public Utilities Commission

121 7th Place East, Suite 350
St. Paul MN USA 55101-2147
Phone: (612) 296-7124 Fax: (651) 297-7073




Missouri Public Service Commission

Truman State Office Building
301 West High Street
Jefferson City MO USA 65101
Phone: (573) 751-9300




Mississippi Public Service Commission

Scientific and educational organization seeking to publicize the practical applications of alternative technologies for the independent power porduction industry. Is primarily concerned with alternative power technologies in cogeneration, biomass, waste-to-energy, geothermal, wind power, hydropower, and photovoltaics
Walter Sillers State Office Building
P.O. Box 1174
Jackson MS USA 39215-1174
Phone: (601) 961-5431 Fax: (601) 961-5469




Montana Public Service Commission

1701 Prospect Avenue
P.O. Box 202601
Helena MT USA 59620-2601
Phone: (406) 444-6199


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