The Pennsylvania Utility Commission regulates more than 35 natural gas utilities that provide energy to homes and businesses across the state.
Consumers, such as home owners and business owners, can find helpful information on natural gas energy savings and conservation.
The PUC enforces safety standards of pipeline facilities, including the design, operation, inspection and maintenance.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Discover ways to save energy through Energy Efficiency and Conservation programs offered by the PUC.
Shop for a natural gas supplier for your home or business. You may be able to save money on your energy bill.
Learn about resources available to consumers, like community education events and tips on saving energy and money.
Do you need financial assistance for utility services? Find out what programs are available.
Utility professionals, including utility employees and attorneys, can review important information on natural gas utility issues and policies.
Natural Gas Companies & Suppliers
All public natural gas companies and licensed suppliers regulated by the PUC.
Understand the evolving competitive retail natural gas marketplace in Pennsylvania.
Combined Heat & Power
The PUC is increasing its focus on combined heat and power (CHP) technology.
Natural Gas Laws
Many important laws affect how natural gas companies are regulated throughout the state.
Links to utility provider websites to view details on current rates and tariffs.
Read annual reports, as well as reports on natural gas service reliability and customer service.
Bottled Propane Gas and Municipal Utilities
The PUC does not have jurisdiction over bottled propane gas, and most utilities owned and operated by cities, boroughs or townships are not regulated by the Commission. For information on these, contact your local municipality or the state Attorney General Office's Bureau of Consumer Protection.
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Learn how to submit a complaint with a public utility. You can also search existing formal complaints.Get Details
811: PA One Call
Homeowners and contractors must call 8-1-1 before starting any digging or excavation project.Get Details
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Public utility documents available electronically include case dockets, public meeting orders and more.
Filing & Resources
Find utility-related reports, laws and regulations, federal filings, tariffs, procedures and more.
Consumers, utilities and attorneys can save time by submitting documents to the PUC electronically.