Public Service Commission of Wisconsin

The PSC works to ensure that, in the absence of competition, adequate and reasonably priced service is provided to utility customers. PSC approval is required before utilities can change rates, build large power plants, or construct major transmission lines.  The PSC has specific rules it must follow prior to making decisions during its application review process.

To carry out our mission, the PSC:

  1. Values diversity in the work place, allowing employees to fully develop and contribute their individual skills in meeting the needs of our diverse customer base;
  2. Ensures fair pricing for utility services to customers and to utility investors;
  3. Sets quality standards for utility services and ensures that the standards are met or exceeded;
  4. Ensures reliability so there will be sufficient resources, facilities and alternatives available to meet the needs of present and future utility customers at a reasonable price;
  5. Ensures utility services are provided in an efficient and environmentally responsible manner;
  6. Protects the interests of both investors and customers and ensures that securities issued by utilities meet the needs of utilities;
  7. Provides fairness in transactions between utilities and their customers, other utilities, and other entities specifically provided protection by law;
  8. Adjusts our oversight of utilities according to the level of competition in their markets and according to the degree of customer satisfaction with their services;
  9. Educates Wisconsin citizens on utility issues and promotes their involvement in our decision-making process.

In all of the above, the PSC considers and balances diverse perspectives and endeavors to protect the environment, public interest, and public health and welfare. 

- Public Service Commission of Wisconsin

State Commissioners

Ellen Nowak
Chairperson

Mike Huebsch
Commissioner

Lon Roberts
Commissioner

Public Service Commission of Wisconsin News

Our State Broadband Director, Angie Dickison, presented the Ben Adank, the Town Chairman of Milton, a Certificate of Achievement for becoming a #Broadband Forward! community. More information on the program can be found here: https://t.co/GsTe3advI4 #WiWorking Congrats Milton!

The Commission received 78 applications for the current round of #broadband grants. We will be awarding these grants later this spring! #WIWorking #AccountableGov

Congratulations to @MGEMadison & @focusonenergy, winners of the 2018 Inspiring Efficiency Innovation Award https://t.co/RMRN7H1zEG

Congrats to @GKNSinterMetal of Germantown, WI on completing our Strategic Energy Management program! Once fully implemented, GKN will save $531K annually on their energy costs. Thank you to @we_energies for your partnership in this project! Read more: https://t.co/c3qZOPWyxZ

Commission Huebsch served on this morning’s policy makers panel. He detailed how his views of the energy market have changed over time. #AccountableGov

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Location

Public Service Commission of Wisconsin
610 North Whitney Way
Madison, WI 53705

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 7854 
Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7854

Contact

Phone: (608) 266-5481  
Toll Free: (888) 816-3831 
Fax: (608) 266-3957  

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Updated on 2018-01-30T17:45:13+00:00, by Bailee Warsing.