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The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (Commission) is an administrative agency that hears evidence in cases filed before it and makes decisions based on the evidence presented in those cases. An advocate of neither the public nor the utilities, the Commission is required by state statute to make decisions in the public interest to ensure the utilities provide safe and reliable service at just and reasonable rates.
The Commission also serves as a resource to the legislature, executive branch, state agencies, and the public by providing information regarding Indiana’s utilities and the regulatory process. In addition, Commission members and staff are actively involved with regional, national, and federal organizations regarding utility issues affecting Indiana.
2015 Billing Symposium
On Nov. 2, 2015, the Commission hosted the 2015 Billing Symposium. This first-of-its-kind event was attended by roughly 75 participants representing 25 organizations and succeeded in its goal of engaging utility stakeholders and fostering an atmosphere of open dialogue about utility billing practices. Click here to learn more.
On Dec. 2, 2015, the IURC held the Transmission Distribution System Improvement Charge (TDSIC) Technical Conference. You can access the conference agenda, presentations, and comments submitted, as well as watch the live recording of it, on our Conference Information page. ǀ Conference Information
Commission Field Hearings
There are no field hearings scheduled at this time.
Demand Side Management Report to the Indiana General Assembly
On August 15, 2014, the IURC submitted the Demand Side Management (DSM) Report to the Indiana General Assembly, pursuant to Ind. Code 8-1-8.5-9(j) (enacted as SEA 340 in 2014). The DSM Report contains information on energy efficiency (also called demand side management) programs in Indiana. The Report was prepared by the Energy Center of Wisconsin, who has been involved since 2006 in the IURC's investigations on this subject, from data provided by Indiana utilities and the State Utility Forecasting Group. The IURC's final report can be found here.