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About the MPSC
About the MPSC
The mission of the Michigan Public Service Commission is to serve the public by ensuring safe, reliable, and accessible energy and telecommunications services at reasonable rates.
We are committed to developing action-oriented strategies that reinforce the Michigan Public Service Commission as a safe, welcoming work environment and an organization that serves all Michiganders equitably. We address systemic and overt racism, both internally and externally, prevent discrimination, and adjust how we interact with one another as well as our community. We are dedicated to providing the necessary resources and leadership that will support the further development of the Michigan Public Service Commission's diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, and we will continue to address institutional or cultural barriers that historically have inhibited or may inhibit progress toward these goals, including both within our organization and in the energy and telecommunications industries we oversee.
About the Commission
The Commission is composed of three members appointed by the Governor to serve staggered six-year terms. No more than two Commissioners may represent the same political party. One commissioner is designated as chairman by the Governor.
Contact the Commissioners at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Industries We Regulate
The MPSC is comprised of eight divisions with Staffers specialized in engineering, law, economics, finance, accounting, and technical and administrative support.