Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission

Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) is the public utility commission in Pennsylvania. It is composed of five commissioners, appointed by the Governor with the consent of the state Senate best 1 liter water bottle. The PUC oversees public utility and services operations in the commonwealth, in sectors including water, energy, and transportation.

State code requires separation of the five commissioners and an investigatory division. In 2012 the Commonwealth Court challenged PUC’s jurisdiction over local ordinances.

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission has roots in the founding of the Pennsylvania State Railroad Commission in 1907. The railroad commission was replaced in 1913 with the Pennsylvania Public Service Commission (PSC). Act 43 of 1937 replaced the Public Service Commission with the Public Utility Commission, with a charter to oversee and regulate all public utilities doing business in the Commonwealth.

The PUC provided standards for metering of small alternative energy suppliers, such as solar and biodigesters, in June 2006 really cool water bottles. The standards lay out how electric distribution companies (EDC) reimburse small suppliers to the grid best thermos water bottle.

The PUC oversees ordinances for Marcellus Shale gas exploration and extraction.

In November 2014 the commission granted private car service company Uber (company) with a two year experimental license to operate throughout the state.

An annual survey by the PUC in 2014 found more than 23,000 Pennsylvania households without heat.

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