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State law gives the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) the authority to regulate the rates and services of public utilities within the state. By law, public utilities are defined as electric, common carrier, pipeline, gas, telephone, telegraph and water corporations that supply their services to the public.

From here viewers may access newly posted industry information that may include annual reports and forms, notices of industry rulemaking, and/or reports concerning utilities from the Federal government. More industry-related information is available under the Regulated Utilities button off of the PUC homepage.

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Colorado's New Energy Economy - Town Meetings
- Report of Staff issued December 19, 2007- PDF

Coloradans discussed “Colorado’s New Energy Economy – the Path Forward” at town meetings held throughout Colorado during August and September of this year. As part of the state “listening tour”, 269 interested citizens, citizen groups, utility representatives, and industry affiliates discussed concerns, issues, and potential solutions for moving forward with Governor Ritter’s New Energy Economy agenda.

Telecommunications Industry, Conditions and Trends

Commission 2007 Survey of Telecommunications Market

In order to understand the telecommunications market in Colorado, the Commission issued an audit questionnaire in 2007 to all telecommunications carriers in the state. An audit report by Commission Staff has been provided to the Commissioners for their information and use and is not otherwise available.

Thank you to those who participated in the Commission's recent survey.

 
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