North Dakota Public Service Commission

The Public Service Commission is a constitutional agency with varying degrees of statutory authority over abandoned mine lands, coal mine reclamation, electric and gas utilities, telecommunications companies, energy conversion facility siting, transmission facility siting, railroads, grain elevators, facility-based grain buyers, roving grain buyers, auctioneers, auction clerks, weighing and measuring devices, pipeline safety, and underground damage prevention.
- North Dakota Public Service Commission

State Commissioners

Randy Christmann

Julie Fedorchak

Brian Kroshus

North Dakota Public Service Commission News

@NDPSC Commissioner Kroshus taking time to speak with rural electric employees & directors. I love how accessible ND’s elected officials are.

We’re hearing about increased scam activity using our company name. We’ll never call or email demanding immediate payment via cash or reloadable debit cards while falsely threatening to disconnect your electric service. #Scams

Join us at the @bismarcklarks game this Sat, July 28 to see the @811OnTheRoad vehicles.
Right after they make their appearance at the @NDStateFair they will be heading over the Larks game with us to spread the damage prevention message to baseball fans! #DamagePrevention

A #BoreholeCamera was critical to the North Dakota #AbandonedMineLand program. The footage provided detailed info on underground conditions & develop a cost effective #MineReclamation solution. The project won a 2016 #AbandonedMineLandReclamation award #ToolsOfTheTrade #MineTech

Kicking off the @OtterTailPwrCo electric rate case hearing this morning @NDPSC. You can watch the hearing online by going to and clicking on the webstream link.

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North Dakota PSC
600 E. Boulevard, Dept. 408
Bismarck, ND 58505-0480


Phone: 701-328-2400
Toll Free: 877-245-6685

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Updated on 2018-01-30T15:41:20+00:00, by Bailee Warsing.