Notice of energy facility permitting milestones and opportunities for participation are sent to citizens who sign up
for the project mailing list. Notices are sent via regular U.S. mail
or by electroncic mail (email), whichever you prefer.
Project Mailing Lists. Persons who sign up for a project mailing list receive all
public notices for that project. To sign up for a project
mailing list, contact the public advisor in the consumer affairs
office at the Commission –
email@example.com, 651-296-0406 or 1-800-657-3782. If
you send an email or leave a phone message, please be sure to
include: (1) how you would like to receive notices (regular mail
or email) and (2) your complete mailing or email address.
You can sign up for a project mailing list in three ways:
- By signing up on the project docket page (click on the tab above describing the type of energy facility (e.g., transmission line), click on the project, then click on "Mailing List"),
- By creating an account (below) and then using your user profile to subscribe to a project list, or
- By contacting the state permit manager or public advisor for the project (these folks are listed on the project docket page).
General Contact List. Persons who sign up for the
general contact list receive a notice when an application for an
energy facility is submitted to the Commission. This list covers
projects statewide. Additionally, this list receives only an
initial notice and no subsequent notices; to get subsequent
notices for a project, you must sign up for the appropriate
project mailing list.
If you've never been on a mailing list for an energy facility,
you'll need to register and establish an account. If you've
already established an account you can sign on and proceed to
sign up for the mailings list(s) that you're interested in.
eDockets and Electronic Subscriptions.
(if you have never established an account) Or
(if you already have established an account for other mailing lists)
All documents and
proceedings of a permitting process are collected in an
electronic docket (eDocket). You can subscribe to a docket such
that you receive an email every time a submission to the docket
is made. Thus, you can receive notice of permitting milestones
and opportunities for participation by email if you subscribe.
However, subscribers receive all docket submissions and this can
be a lot of email. You can subscribe to an