The Louisiana Public Service Commission (LPSC) is a constitutionally established regulatory agency dedicated to serving the public interest by assuring safe, reliable and reasonably priced services are provided by the public utilities and common carriers subject to its jurisdiction. As outlined by Article IV, Section 21 of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974, the LPSC consists of five elected Commissioners who serve overlapping six-year terms, as well as central and district office staffs.
The LPSC strives to ensure a regulatory balance that allows regulated utilities and common carriers an opportunity to earn a fair rate of return on their investments while also ensuring customers are provided safe, adequate and reliable service, at rates that are just and reasonable, equitable and economically sound.
March 3, 2023
TogetherLA - Presentation at Febuary 16, 2023 B&E
February 16, 2023
American Sugar Cane League - Presentation regarding solar development and agricultural issues
Next Business and Executive Session:
April 26, 2023 - Grand Opera House of the South, 505 North Parkerson Avenue, Crowley, LA
February 16, 2023 B&E - Minutes - Transcript
Listing of current RFPs issued by the PSC