IRRC Submits Comments to the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission


Harrisburg, PA (May 18, 2017)


Comments are available on the IRRC website at:


·         Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission:  #57-315:  Standards and Billing Practices for Residential Public Utility Service



The regulatory review process in Pennsylvania is a two-stage process.  The submission of comments on this regulation concludes IRRC’s formal role at the proposed stage. 


The promulgating agency is required to respond to all comments received on their proposed regulation when submitting the final regulation with or without changes to IRRC and the legislative standing committees.


Commissioners:  Chairman George D. Bedwick

                                Vice Chairman John F. Mizner, Esq.           

                               W. Russell Faber

                            Murray Ufberg, Esq. 

                              Dennis A. Watson, Esq.



The Independent Regulatory Review Commission provides oversight and review of all proposed and existing rules and regulations issued by all departments, boards, commissions, agencies or other authorities of the Commonwealth, excluding the Legislature, Fish and Boat Commission, the Game Commission, and any court, political subdivision, or municipal or local authority.  IRRC also acts as a clearinghouse for complaints, comments and other input regarding existing, proposed, final-form and final-omitted regulations.


For recent news and updates on Commission proceedings or information about IRRC, visit our website at www.irrc.state.pa.us and follow IRRC on Twitter:  @PA_IRRC.  


Contact: David Sumner, Executive Director – 717-783-5417