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

Commissioner Christmann had a great time meeting with the Cass County Youth Commission this afternoon. Thanks for stopping by and learning about @NDPSC!


Check out our blog page for the latest blog posts, this month it's about National Safe Digging Month! #NDSM #Call811

Governor @DougBurgum has proclaimed April as Safe Digging Month in North Dakota. In recognition, @NDPSC is reminding everyone of the potential dangers and consequences of digging without first calling 8-1-1, North Dakota's Call-Before-You-Dig number.

Are you an @OtterTailPwrCo customer? If so, we want your input regarding their request to increase their electric rates. A public input session will be held tomorrow (4/5) at noon. You can join from any computer or phone. Visit this webpage for details:

I got to tag along on a tour in our marketing area today. @NDPSC Brian Kroshus is learning more about how @Basin_Electric electricity is bought and sold in the power market. #coopspowerus @jschaf495

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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.