Utilities and Transportation Commission
Regulates rates, services, facilities, and practices of state's investor-owned utility and transportation companies to protect consumers ensuring that utility and transportation services are fairly priced, available, reliable, and safe. The Commission also regulates businesses including electric, telecommunications, natural gas, and water, and in-state household movers, solid waste carriers, private ferries, and inter-city busses.
Climate and Energy
Total Board Positions
Public Disclosure Required?
Senate Confirmation Required?
Term Length (years) 6
Statutory Term Limits
The commission shall be composed of three members appointed by the governor. No more than two members can belong to the same political party.