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The OUCC's primary responsibility is to represent the interests of all utility consumers in cases before regulatory agencies, mainly the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC). The OUCC’s External Affairs Division is a resource for Indiana's utility consumers, provides consumer education on a wide range of utility-related topics, and assists consumers with filing comments on pending cases.
If you would like information on a specific case or would like to comment for the case record, please click here.
If you have a specific problem, concern or complaint in need of dispute resolution about a regulated utility in Indiana, the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission’s (IURC’s) Consumer Affairs Division can assist. Examples of complaints include billing, deposit, metering and service quality disputes.
If you have received a disconnection notice, call the IURC Consumer Affairs Division directly at (317) 232-2712. The IURC can also be reached toll-free at 1-800-851-4268.
Before filing a complaint, you must contact the utility first and give it the opportunity to address your concerns. Generally, the most effective way to resolve your problem is to first contact the utility (noting when you made the contact and the person with whom you spoke).
The OUCC is also referring all consumer complaints regarding telecommunications and video service providers to the IURC Consumer Affairs Division. While the IURC has limited jurisdiction on telecommunications matters, it may be able to assist in certain situations. In addition, information gathered and tracked by the IURC may help identify trends and problems for the Indiana General Assembly to consider when reviewing Indiana’s telecommunications laws in the future.
Please note that the state does not regulate all or most aspects of the utilities and services listed below. While the OUCC may be able to assist you on a case-by-case basis, we suggest you also contact your local Better Business Bureau or the other agencies listed for specific industries to help you with your concern.
Cable television, Cellular/Wireless telephones, Internet services
Long distance pre-paid calling cards
Municipal sewer utilities
Utilities that have withdrawn from IURC jurisdiction as allowed by Indiana law.