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The Public Service Board is an independent, three-member, quasi-judicial board that regulates the siting of electric and natural gas infrastructure and supervises the rates, quality of service, and overall financial management of Vermont's public utilities: electric, gas, energy efficiency, telecommunications, cable television (terms of service only, not rates), water and large wastewater companies.

Name Change to Public Utility Commission!

The Public Service Board’s name is changing.  As of July 1, 2017, our new name will be the Public Utility Commission, which will be abbreviated as the PUC or as the Commission.  Our new name more clearly reflects our existing statutory responsibilities and will reduce confusion about the difference between us and the separate state agency known as the Public Service Department.

Other changes that will occur starting July 1, 2017, include:

Please note that all content on our current website will be available from the new address; links to our current website will be automatically redirected to our new site.  Our telephone numbers and mailing and physical addresses are not changing.

Net-Metering Cases May Be Filed in ePSB Starting July 3, 2017

ePSB is an electronic filing and case management system that you can use to find information about Board cases and read documents related to those cases. Many types of new cases can be filed in ePSB; subsequent phases of ePSB will go live later in 2017. Information on how to use ePSB, including the Board’s Procedures for Electronic Filing Using ePSB and recordings of online trainings conducted by Board staff, is available.

Starting July 3, 2017, new net-metering cases may be filed in ePSB.  Starting June 12, 2017, the Board will accept a limited number of new net-metering cases in ePSB as part of a pilot program.  Board staff will conduct online training sessions on this new system on June 27 and 29.  Information about the training opportunities

List of cases filed with the Board prior to January 17, 2017, that will be processed in ePSB

Contact Information

Judith C. Whitney
Clerk of the Board
112 State Street
Montpelier, VT  05620-2701
(802) 828-2358
Email the Clerk

Cases and ePSB




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