The Cold Weather Rule (CWR) helps protect and reconnect your heat from October 15 through April 15.
The Public Utilities Commission's Consumer Affairs Office (CAO) helps resolve disputes between customers and utility companies.
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Department of Energy
Sets policy and collects statistics on national energy matters
Environmental Protection Agency
Establishes and enforces environmental protection standards
Federal Communications Commission
Regulates telecommunications, radio, television, cable
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Regulates electricity transmission and natural gas pipelines
National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners
Provides links to other state commissions
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Regulates operation of nuclear power plants
Attorney General's Office
Advocates and enforces consumer rights and protections
Department of Commerce
Proposes policies, enforces Commission orders, provides Commission-related documents
Department of Natural Resources
Manages natural lands, waters and fish and wildlife. Reviews energy facilities proposals for possible natural resource impacts.
Office of Administrative Hearings
Conducts contested case hearings
Pollution Control Agency
Monitors environmental quality, enforces environmental regulations
Revisor of Statutes
The Office of the Revisor of Statutes is a legislative office that provides services to members of both houses of the legislature as well as all constitutional offices and all state agencies and departments.