Public Utilities Commission, responsible for approval of at-grade crossings of railroads among other things
public utility commission. A regulatory authority at state level.
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Ultimate state regulatory body for electricity and natural gas. Establishes rates for service, determines stranded cost recovery, plant divestitures, etc.. Operates in the public's interest.
State body charged with regulating phone companies. Also called Public Service Commission.
The state agency that regulates electric utilities and competitive power supply sales.
Public Utility Commission. A state government agency responsible for the regulation of public utilities within a state or region. A state legislature oversees the PUC by reviewing changes to utility laws, rules and regulations and approving the PUC's budget. The commission usually has five Commissioners appointed by the governor or legislature. The PUC focuses on adequate, safe, universal utility service at reasonable rates while also trying to balance the interests of consumers, environmentalists, utilities, and stockholders.
Public Utility Commission, a state agency which regulates utilities. In some areas known as Public Service Commission (PSC).
Public Utility Commission. In Pennsylvania the PUC is headquartered in Harrisburg and is responsible for the regulatory oversight of the telecommunications and utility industries.
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. regulates intra-state electricity transactions and retail electricity service. Although the various PUCs work independently of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Ferc), hey must still abide by Ferc guidelines, as established by various federal statutes. They are also commonly known as Public Service Commissions or PSCs.
Public Utilities Commission. State agency that regulates telecommunications companies.
The California Public Utilities Commission.
Public Utility Commission. A state commission, also sometimes called Public Service Commission, that regulates all types of utilities, including electricity generators. State PUCs have jurisdiction over intrastate trade of electricity, regulate retail rates for customers, approve sites for generation facilities, and issue State environmental regulations.
Public Utilities Commission - The agency regulating intrastate phone service.
Public Utilities Commission, typically governs intrastate regulations with respect to telecommunications.
Public Utilities Commission. The state regulatory agency which regulates a state's utilities, including intrastate telecommunications. Each state has its own PUC.
Public Utility Commission These guys regulate your in-state long distance service.
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. Regulates intrastate electricity transactions and retail electric service. Although the various PUCs work independently of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, they still must abide by Federal Energy Regulatory Commission guidelines as established by various federal statutes. They are also commonly known as Public Service Commissions or PSCs.
Public Utilities Commission. The state agency responsible for regulating public utilities in New Hampshire. The PUC will continue to regulate electric distribution companies and will also have limited regulation over energy suppliers to ensure consumer protection and the safety and reliability of service.
Public Utility Commission. The state regulatory agency that provides oversight, policy guidance and direction to electric public utilities.
Public Utility Commission. The PUC will attempt to negotiate whatever service problems consumers have with their utilities. The toll free number is 1-800-692-7390.
Public Utility Commission. A state commission, also sometimes called Public Service Commission, that regulates all types of utilities, including the telecommunications industry.
(Public Utilities Commission) - A United States government agency, usually at the state level, that regulates telecommunication companies and other utilities.
Public Utilities Commission. A state or provincial utility regulatory commission which provides oversight, rate regulation policy guidance and direction to electric public utilities within its jurisdiction. In Ontario, PUC also refers to a public utility that may be established through municipal bylaw as a local board or commission to provide services such as water, public transit and/or electricity.
Public Utility Commission. The regulatory agency which sets rates and governs all utilities.
The State regulatory agency that provides oversight, policy guidance and direction to public utilities and suppliers.
Public Utility Commission. The state regulatory body charged with regulating utilities, including telecommunications.
Public Utility Commission. A state commission formed to administer public utility activities falling within the jurisdiction of the state.