Based in our nation's Capital, 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.
President Nick Wagner of Iowa
NARUC Commends Bipartisan Farm Bill Aimed at Closing Broadband Gaps
The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners issued the following statement applauding the bipartisan efforts of the Farm Bill Committee and Congress to pass legislation that will improve broadband Internet access in agricultural communities. Read more
Vermont Public Utility Commissioner Hofmann Appointed to NARUC Executive Committee
Commissioner Sarah Hofmann, of the Vermont Public Utility Commission, was appointed to the Executive Committee of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners by President Nick Wagner. She serves on NARUC’s Telecommunications Committee and the Subcommittee on Nuclear Issues-Waste Disposal and also chairs the Nuclear Waste Strategy Coalition.
PURA Vice Chairman Betkoski Completes Successful Term as NARUC President
Under his 15-month leadership, NARUC passed decisive resolutions, updated its constitution, appointed committee chairs and board members and convened several highly successful national meetings.
NARUC Committee on Gas Publishes Updated Liquefied Natural Gas Handbook
The new handbook is a tool for regulators and others to understand the basics behind today’s LNG market and facilitate a thoughtful discourse among producers, regulators and consumers.
Iowa’s Nick Wagner is ‘Leading the Way’ as NARUC’s New President
NARUC installed Iowa Utilities Board Member Nick Wagner as its new president during the 130th Annual Meeting and Education Conference held in Orlando, Fla., November 11-14.
NARUC and NASEO Establish New Joint Task Force on Comprehensive Electricity Planning
NARUC President Nick Wagner has announced the formation of a new task force in partnership with the National Association of State Energy Officials. The task force will help develop new approaches to better align distribution system planning and resource planning processes.