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Employment Opportunities

07 February 2018
The Vermont Public Utility Commission seeks an experienced Utility Engineer to review regulatory filings. The majority of the work involves reviewing petitions to construct electrical transmission and generation facilities, with responsibility for identifying significant issues within his or her areas of expertise. Other duties include: participating in site visits and evidentiary hearings; assisting the Commission and its staff in evaluating engineering aspects of proposed facility construction; and advising the Commission on engineering issues in other proceedings

Staff Attorney Job Vacancy

26 January 2018
The Vermont Public Utility Commission seeks to fill a vacant Staff Attorney position. The Public Utility Commission regulates electric, energy efficiency, natural gas, telecommunications and water utilities in Vermont.


14 December 2017
The December 14, 2017, report to the Vermont Legislature - Progress on "Increasing Ease of Citizen Participation in Public Utility Commission Proceedings"

PUC Report to Legislature on Act 174 Working Group Recommendations

14 December 2017
This report summarizes the steps taken to make it easier for citizens to participate in the processes of the Vermont Public Utility Commission (Commission). It comes in response to Act 53 of 2017, which required a report to the Vermont Legislature by December 15, 2017, on progress made in implementing the recommendations of the “Access to Public Service Board Working Group,” which had been created by Act 174 of 2016 to review the quality of citizen participation in Public Service Board (now Commission) proceedings.


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Judith C. Whitney
Clerk of the Commission
112 State Street
Montpelier, VT  05620-2701
(802) 828-2358
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