File or Obtain Information
All formal documents must be filed with the Secretary of the Commission. Documents must be eFiled, mailed or hand delivered. All filings should be addressed to the Secretary, Commonwealth Keystone Building, 400 North Street, Harrisburg, PA 17120. The Commission will not accept documents delivered by fax or by e-mail.
For overnight delivery, certified and priority mailings, it is best use the following address:
Commonwealth Keystone Building - 2nd Floor
400 North Street
Harrisburg PA 17120
FAQ Regarding Electronic Submission of Testimony - Frequently Asked Questions regarding the electronic submission of pre-served testimony.
Large Filing Guidelines - Guidelines when filing 250+ pages with the Commission.
For detailed information on filing and obtaining information visit the Pennsylvania Code website at www.pacodeandbulletin.gov and search under Title 52 Public Utilities.
Consumers can review files in the Harrisburg office. There is also a kiosk with a public computer available to use for research. You can use the public computer to assist you. When requesting to see a particular document, please provide the file docket number or date of a specific order.
Copies of officially filed documents can be obtained at the cost of 75 cents per page. Request for copies should be made to the Public Records Section by phone (717) 772-7777, fax (717) 787-0974 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. DO NOT file Right to Know requests via this email.
Consumers can pay by check or money order. Unfortunately at this time we cannot accept credit card payments. Companies may have a corporate account billed for their copies. Call the Public Records Section for help in establishing a corporate account.
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