The IURC's Electronic Document System (EDS) allows users to browse past and present docketed case files. Each case file includes the procedural schedule (if applicable), testimony submitted by the parties, and decisions reached by the Commission.
So that docketed cases can be tracked, they are assigned a five-digit case or cause number. In some cases, a subdocket may also be opened. Subdockets allow the Commission to review related matters separately.
To access the Electronic Document System, please click here.
To search for a case of interest, visit our Electronic Document System. Once the database is open, click on the "Cases" tab or the "Search Cases" link. The next screen to appear will have a series of fields. If you have the five-digit docket number, you may enter it into the first field. At this point, no additional information is necessary, simply click "Search." In some instances, multiple cases may appear with the same docket number. These are subdockets.
If you do not know the case's five-digit docket number, there are ways to search for it. For example, you may select an industry, a petition type, or case's status. You may also enter the name of the utility or dates related to the petition, order, or hearings. Once you have finished entering the criteria, click “Search."
If you have any questions about the use of the EDS, please contact the IURC's Document Center Coordinator at 317-232-2642.