The Commission, through its Energy Division, monitors and evaluates regulatory and policy initiatives affecting the electricity industry, as well as reviews and analyzes regulatory proceedings initiated by Indiana’s electricity utilities. These proceedings can be complex, sometimes taking 12-18 months to complete. These proceedings include, but are not limited to, rate changes (including quarterly fuel adjustment costs, environmental compliance cost reviews, and general rate changes), certificates of need for new power plants, demand side management (DSM) programs, service area matters, renewable energy and conservation initiatives, and integrated resource planning (IRP). The Energy Division also monitors and reviews U.S. EPA rulemakings.
The Research, Policy, and Planning Division provides research and technical support to the Energy Division and the Commission, focusing on federal and state policy and legislation that may impact Indiana utilities and ratepayers. If you would like more information regarding the Research, Policy and Planning Division, or would like to access utilities’ IRPs, please click here.
Information about net metering can be found here.
Below you will find links to rate comparison data, utility tariffs, 30-day filings, lists of jurisdictional and withdrawn utilities, and administrative materials and forms for regulated utilities.
To contact the Energy Division with any questions or to request copies of electricity utility tariffs and annual reports submitted by regulated electricity utilities, please call 317-232-2703.
Rates, Charges, Rules and Regulations
- Utility Rates and Charges: Tariffs
- Residential Bills for Jurisdictional Utilities
- 30-Day Filings: List | Process | Guidelines for Submitting an Objection
- Changes to IURC Rules and Regulations: Rulemakings
- Tree Trimming Rules
- Periodic Review of Basic Rates & Charges
Jurisdictional and Withdrawn Utilities
Certain utilities may withdraw from some aspects of Commission regulation, such as rates, charges, and financing. The Commission retains authority over all Indiana electric utilities regarding service territories and new generation facilities.
- Jurisdictional Utilities: Electricity
- Withdrawn Utilities
Administrative Materials and Forms
- Annual Report Filing Process: Forms
- Public Utility Fee Report: Forms
- Outage Reporting: Form
- Geographic Information System Permission Form (Inactive): Form
- Utility Outage Webpages
Electric Service Territory Map
- Viewing the Map
The electric service territory map can be viewed on the IndianaMap site. On the home page, click View the Map. When the map is visible, click the Add Content button near the upper-left corner of the screen. Click Infrastructure, scroll down to Energy Electric Service Territories, and select the box next to it. Scroll back to the top of the list to close it. Other layers can be added from the list if needed. The base map can be changed by clicking the Basemaps button near the upper-left corner of the screen.
Zooming in and out can be accomplished with your mouse wheel or by using the tool on the left side of the map. The map can be re-centered by holding down the left mouse button and moving the mouse in the desired direction. The map area displayed can be printed clicking the Print button in the upper-right portion of the screen. This feature creates a PDF file that can be saved and printed.
- Obtaining Shapefiles
ArcMap users can download shapefiles of the electric service territories from IndianaMap’s layer gallery here. New shapefiles are posted periodically throughout the year.
- Editing the Service Territory Map
After the Commission has approved a change to a service territory boundary, the utilities involved are responsible for editing the map. Submission of edits is restricted to users authorized by the Commission. Users must complete and submit this form to obtain a username and password. Users who were provided with a username and password prior to Nov. 1, 2014, must obtain new credentials due to the conversion of a new mapping application. Once authorized, the user will be sent login information via email.
If you were provided a username and password after Nov. 1, 2014, and are unable to access your account or if you have general questions about using the map or editing application, call (317) 232-4269 or send an email. Additional instructions for editing within the mapping application can be found here.
For additional information about electricity industry and utility regulation, please click here.