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The Pennsylvania Utility Commission has jurisdiction over the many electric distribution companies and electric supply companies that serve the majority of the Commonwealth. By regulating electric utilities & balancing the needs of consumers and the industry, the PUC aims to ensure safe and reliable service at reasonable rates.


Consumers, such as home owners and business owners, can find helpful information on electricity savings and conservation.

Electric Safety

To ensure safety, the PUC conducts observations, inspections, audits and investigations on regulated electric distribution companies.

Energy Efficiency & Conservation

Explore ways to save energy through Energy Efficiency and Conservation programs offered by the PUC.

Renewable Energy

Renewable energy comes from naturally replenished sources, such as solar, geothermal, wind, hydropower and biomass.

Consumer Education

Learn about resources available to consumers, like community education events and tips on saving energy and money.

Utility Assistance

Do you need financial assistance for utility services? Find out what programs are available.


Shop for an electric supplier for your home or business. You may be able to save money on your electric bill.

Utility Professionals

Utility professionals, including utility employees and attorneys, can review important information on electric utility issues and policies.

Electric Companies & Suppliers

All public electric companies and licensed suppliers regulated by the PUC.

Retail Markets

Understand the evolving competitive retail electricity market place in Pennsylvania.

Sustainable Energy Fund

These funds promote renewable energy programs and clean-air technologies.

Act 129

This important law has many implications for electric distribution companies.


Links to utility provider websites to view details on current rates and tariffs.


Read annual reports, as well as reports on electric service reliability, AEPS and electric power outlooks.

Cooperatives and Municipal Utilities

Rural electric cooperatives and most utilities owned and operated by cities, boroughs or townships are not regulated by the Commission. For information on these, contact the electric co-op, Pennsylvania Rural Electric Association, or your local municipality.

Need More Help?

If you can't find what you're looking for here, please contact the PA Public Utility Commission. Call us at 1-800-692-7380 or contact us online.

Document Search

Public utility documents available electronically include case dockets, public meeting orders and more.

Filing & Resources

Find utility-related reports, laws and regulations, federal filings, tariffs, procedures and more.


Consumers, utilities and attorneys can save time by submitting documents to the PUC electronically.