Michigan Public Service Commission - 641-0170-13F

Description of Agency

The Michigan Public Service Commission, Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, is the State regulatory body charged with protecting the public by ensuring safe, reliable, accessible energy and telecommunications services at reasonable rates. The Commission regulates the rates and services of investor-owned natural gas and electric utilities, authorizes energy infrastructure proposals, implements State law governing competition and other aspects of the energy and telecommunications industries, and monitors the safety of inter- and intrastate natural gas pipelines. The Commission is a three-member body with commissioners appointed by the Governor for staggered, six-year terms.

The Michigan Department of State Police’s Regulatory and Credentialing Section utilizes the Intrastate Carrier Authority Registration System to process applications for new or expanded operating authority for intrastate for-hire motor carriers.


Estimated Release Date: July 2019

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