NARUC is the national association representing the State Public Service Commissioners who regulate essential utility services in your State. NARUC members are responsible for assuring reliable utility service at fair, just, and reasonable rates.

Founded in 1889, the Association is an invaluable resource for its members and the regulatory community, providing a venue to set and influence public policy, share best practices, and foster innovative solutions to improve regulation.

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NARUC and NRRI Release White Paper on Nuclear Industry Challenges

State Approaches to Retention of Nuclear Power Plants addresses the near-term economic, operational, and potential policy challenges to maintain the benefits associated with existing nuclear units.

Although nuclear power offers benefits such as providing a reliable and dispatchable resource, contributing to fuel diversity and is a source of economic stimulus for local areas, there are several challenges facing the industry. Namely, there is economic competition from other resources, such as low-cost natural gas-fired generation.  Nuclear plants in several states have struggled in today’s energy marketplace and regulatory environment, causing closures, abandonment of planned construction, and concerns about future viability.  Read the report here.

Regulatory Agencies

Information on the State, Federal and International Regulatory Agencies can be found here.

Final Multistate Clean Power Plan Resources

View full report: Final Multistate Clean Power Plan ResourcesThe Eastern Interconnection States Planning Council (EISPC) has begun a project to facilitate interstate communication on energy-environmental issues affecting the Eastern Interconnection and the country. The workgroup engaged in this effort is creating resources that State agencies can choose to consider as a starting point for coordinating States' implementation plans for the EPA's Clean Power Plan. This document complies resources and ideas from this working group's' efforts.

Three documents are included: a multistate planning checklist, a legislative language examples checklist, and a sample memorandum of understanding for multistate coordination. See the full report here.

2014 National Energy Risk Lab

2014 National Energy Risk Lab

A NARUC Policy / Training Workshop

February 12-13, 2014

Renaissance Washington Hotel - Hotel - Washington, DC

Online Registration has Closed. On-Site Registration Begins February 9.
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Resilience in Regulated Utilities

Resilience in Regulated Utilities

Resilience is essential for regulated utilities. Read the latest research from NARUC:

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Policy & Advocacy

NARUC represents the interests of State public utility commissions before the three branches of the Federal government and the Independent Federal agencies.

Grants & Research

Explore topics affecting State commissions such as transmission, energy efficiency, renewables, infrastructure and cybersecurity.


Find out more about how NARUC is actively engaged with individual regulatory agencies and regional organizations.