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.

Lisa Polak Edgar,
President NARUC

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2014 National Energy Risk Lab

2014 National Energy Risk Lab

A NARUC Policy / Training Workshop

February 12-13, 2014

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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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Compendium Highlights State Initiatives to Bolster Pipeline Safety Oversight

The State officials responsible for carrying out pipeline safety regulations are pleased to release an updated compendium of the gas pipeline rules and requirements implemented in all 50 States. Originally released in November 2011, and updated in September 2013, the compilation demonstrates how the large majority of State safety programs go well above and beyond those required by federal law.
This compendium includes the detailed sections of the federal pipeline safety code that are exceeded by the local statutes. Additionally, it shows instances where the State has identified a particular provision as necessary to address a specific situation. These situations can include a company’s history of specific risky practices, new State laws and regulations, landscape or geography, and much more. 

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

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