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How to Get Involved

Our decision-making is better when we hear from Minnesotans like you. Public input is essential to a fair and reasonable decision making process.

How to Submit a Comment

1. Submit a comment online by using our online open docket Comment Form.

2. Complete and submit a Written Form. Be sure to reference the docket number associated with the case.

3. Mail comments to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, 121 7th Place East, Suite #350, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55101.

4. Email comments on any docket to consumer.puc@state.mn.us. Comments relating to Energy Facilities, may be directed to publicadvisor.puc@state.mn.us.

5. Fax comments to 651-297-7073.

6. EFile comments directly by creating your own account in eDockets . You must register and create an account in order to submit comments directly to the docket.

 

 

Members of the public are encouraged to provide comments on any case before the MN PUC at any time and are also welcome to send comments to, or to contact, the MN PUC about regulatory matter or subject of interest related to the MN PUC’s work.

The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission welcomes and encourages public participation. If you have questions about, or need help with the public comment process, contact us at:
651-296, 0406 or 1-800-657-3782.

Attend a Meeting or Hearing

The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission welcomes and encourages interested members of the public to attend any of our public hearings. Is this your first time going to a Commission meeting? Find out what to expect so you are prepared.

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Watch a Meeting Online

All PUC meetings are webcast & archived for future viewing.

All online meetings are webcast with the link on the PUC’s official calendar. Click the button below to go to the official PUC calendar page and view a list of upcoming events that are available to attend online.

Ask for Help

The PUC might be able to help if you are having problems with your utility service. If you are having a problem, need help, or want to make a complaint against your utility provider, you can contact our consumer affairs office and they will try to help. Your information will be kept private, and our team of professional mediators will work with you and your utility to try and resolve the problem.

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Access eDockets Online Document System

All filings are available via the Commission’s electronic document management system, eDockets. With a very robust search tool, you can easily access documents of interest by a variety of searches.

Dockets of interest

Docket 21-33 - Minnesota Power 2021-2035 Integrated Resource Plan (Original Notice of Comment Period with Topics Open for Comment)

Docket 19-368 - In the Matter of Xcel Energy’s 2020-2034 Upper Midwest Integrated Resource Plan

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