To file a new case using ePUC:
- Log in to ePUC (how to create an ePUC account)
- Select the appropriate type of case you would like to file from the list in the left navigation menu
- Fill out and submit the form, attaching public documents as necessary
- Do not use ePUC to file any documents that contain confidential information. Instead file all documents that contain confidential information either in paper or by email with the clerk and provide one copy of each document to each party in the case who is authorized to see the document. Also provide the content of the email or paper cover letter to all other parties in the case. See Commission Rule 2.226(B) for more information about how to file documents that contain confidential information with the Commission. If, after reading that Rule, you have questions about how to file documents that contain confidential information, contact the Clerk of the Commission or call (802) 828-2358.
Please note that depending on the type of case, you may need to provide notice of or a copy of your filing to other people. More information about such requirements is available in the statutes and Commission rules applicable to the particular type of case and, for the most common types of cases filed with the Commission, in the documents summarizing the typical procedures for those cases.
In ePUC, you may save cases that you have initiated but have not yet submitted to the Commission. When you save an unsubmitted case, information entered in a field is saved in your draft; no attached documents are saved. To see such cases, click the My Cases link and go to the My Unsubmitted Drafts tab.
Commission Rule 2.204 contains more information about the procedures to be followed when using ePUC to make a filing with the Commission.