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  • PUC Launches iPads as Assistive Telecommunications Devices

    The O
    regon Public Utility Commission announced earlier this year, it was recruiting Oregon residents to participate in a pilot project for the Telecommunication Devices Access Program (TDAP).  More...
  • OPUC Launches Live Video Streaming
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    The O
    regon Public Utility Commission has a new feature available.  We now have live streaming video.  You will be able to view all of our public meetings and hearings using this link. We hope this feature gives added convenience when you are not able to attend in person. For off-site participation we will continue to offer conference calling. Please call 503-378-6611 to request the conference bridge at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
  • Avista Utilities General Rate Case Request
    The Oregon Public Utility Commission of Oregon met with Avista on April 30, 2015.
    Avista informed the Commission they will file a new rate case on May 1, 2015.​ More...
  • Cascade Natural Gas Files Request to Raise Customer Rates UG 287

    On April 1, 2015, Cascade Natural Gas filed a request with the Oregon Public Utility Commission to raise customer rates by 5.11 percent or $3.6 million annually.    More...
  • Idaho Power Seeks Rate Decrease

    On March 20, 2015, Idaho Power submitted its Annual Power Cost Updates with the Commission. The filings include net power costs including fuel expenses, purchased power and sales for resale.   More...

    Portland General Electric (PGE) filed a general rate case with the Commission on February 13, 2015 requesting an overall price increase of 3.7 percent effective in 2016, primarily to recover the costs associated with the Carty Generating Station.   More...

  • Consumers - Did you know?

    Video - ​Did you know the Oregon Public Utility Commission can help with your complaints?   More...
  • Pipeline Inspection

    Pipeline are usually buried underground -- out of sight, out of mind for most people, but not for the state and federal inspectors who enforce safty regulations for the nation's 2.6 million mile energy pipeline network.  More...

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