Title 66 of the Public Utility Code is available online at Unofficial Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes from West. Scroll down to Title 66 Pa. C.S.A. Public Utilities, and select that link. Title 66 is also available through the Pennsylvania General Assembly website.
Public utilities are regulated under Title 52 (Public Utilities) of the Pennsylvania Code, available online at www.pacode.com.
- Chapter 1 - Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure
- Chapter 3 - Special Provisions
- Chapter 5 - Formal Proceedings
Any proposed regulation or changes to existing regulations must go through a lengthy review process. They are printed in the Pennsylvania Bulletin for public comment and are reviewed by the Independent Regulatory Review Commission House Consumer Affairs Committee, Senate Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure Committee, Attorney Generals Office, and Governors Budget Office.
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- Act 120 of 2018 Working Group
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- Verizon PA and Verizon North Joint Petition for Reclassification
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- System Improvement Charges Act 11 of 2012
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- Policies to Mitigate Potential Electricity Price Increases
- Natural Gas Competition
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