Michigan Public Service Commission

Goals of the Michigan Public Service Commission:

  1. Establish fair and reasonable rates for regulated services and adopt and administer fair terms and conditions of service for Michigan's utility customers consistent with state and federal law and regulations.
  2. Assure adequate and reliable supplies of regulated services to all Michigan customers, and the safe and efficient production, distribution, and use of the State's energy and telecommunications services.
  3. Assure the security of Michigan's critical infrastructure by promoting physical and cyber security with regulated utilities.
  4. Support adoption of advanced technologies like broadband telecommunications, efficient renewable energy resources, and energy waste reduction innovations.
  5. Provide customers with the opportunity to choose alternative electric, natural gas, and telecommunications providers.
  6. Provide regulatory oversight in a prudent and efficient manner while implementing legislative and constitutional requirements.
  7. Maintain open communication to external stakeholders, customers, and the general public.

- Michigan Public Service Commission

State Commissioners

Sally A. Talberg

Norman J. Saari

Rachael A. Eubanks

Michigan Public Service Commission News

Join @michiganLARA on Thursday, June 28 at 9 am for LARA Live: MAPS and New Michigan Opioid Laws, with LARA Deputy Director, Kim Gaedeke. https://t.co/pidYPC1tpG

Increase the Percent of Michigan's Energy Generated by Renewables and Reduce Energy Waste, via @onetoughnerd : https://t.co/nIc1Gud3V8

In the Great Lakes region, immigrants made up 27% of physicians and surgeons in 2015, despite being only 7.3% of the region’s population! Learn the benefits of immigrants to our local economy: https://t.co/hecDPeZC4U

The #811 hot air balloon will be at the #Michigan Challenge #Balloonfest in Howell this weekend to promote #safedigging. Tweet us a selfie with the balloon. Details about @balloonfestMI: https://t.co/uaDcCSjbRF #811Balloon

Join us for LARA Live on Facebook discussing MAPS and New Michigan Opioid Laws, with Kim Gaedeke next Thursday, June 28 at 9AM: https://t.co/6JxCzGtnKw

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Michigan Public Service Commission
7109 W. Saginaw Highway
Lansing, MI 48917


Phone: 517-284-8100
Toll Free: 517-284-8304
Email: mpsc_commissioners@michigan.gov


Updated on 2018-01-30T13:49:39+00:00, by Bailee Warsing.