Minnesota Public Utilities Commission

The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) regulates three cornerstone service industries in Minnesota's economy, i.e., electricity, natural gas and telephone. Commission staff consists of approximately 50 permanent full-time staff.  The Commission's mission is to protect and promote the public's interest in safe, adequate and reliable utility services  at fair, reasonable rates.  It does so by providing independent, consistent, professional and comprehensive oversight and regulation of utility service providers. One of the key functions of the commission in performing this mission is to balance the private and public interests affected in each docket, and to make decisions  that appropriately balance these interests in a manner that is “consistent with the public interest.” 
- Minnesota Public Utilities Commission

State Commissioners

Nancy Lange
Chair

Dan Lipschultz
Vice-Chair

Matt Schuerger
Commissioner

John Tuma
Commissioner

Katie Sieben
Commissioner

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Location

Minnesota PUC
121 7th Place E 
Suite 350 
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101

Contact

Phone: 651-296-0406 
Toll Free:1-800-657-3782
Email: consumer.puc@state.mn.us

Minnesota

Updated on 2018-01-30T13:56:20+00:00, by Bailee Warsing.