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Before the IURC may add or make changes to its existing rules, it must follow the formal rulemaking process. By doing so, it ensures the opportunity for public comment and allows the issues at hand to be fully vetted. To view how the rulemaking process works, please click here.
Rulemakings are listed in order by the IURC's rulemaking number (RM#), with those most recently initiated being displayed first. By clicking on the "Details" link, you'll be taken to another page that provides additional information about that specific rulemaking, including how to participate and who to contact.
Emergency rules are sometimes necessitated either to address an emergency under Ind. Code § 8-1-2-113 (emergency alteration, amendment, or suspension of rates or services) or as required by a new statute. The emergency rule process is greatly truncated, and the rule normally expires within 90 to 180 days. Emergency rules generally function as place holders until a formal rulemaking process can occur.
At this time, there are no emergency rules in effect or pending before the IURC.
Revisions to Integrated Resource Planning
RM# 11-07 | Status: Rule Development | Details
RM# 15-01 | Status: Notice of Intent filed with publisher | Details
Various Rule Readoptions
RM# 13-03 | LSA# 13-227 | Details
Municipal Procedures for Outside City Rates
RM# 12-06 | LSA# 12-442 | Details
RM# 10-04 | LSA# 12-42 | Details
Electricity and Telecommunications Interconnections
RM# 12-05 | LSA# 12-114 | Details
Attorney Appearances in Commission Proceedings
RM# 11-08 | LSA# 11-590| Details
Indiana Voluntary Clean Energy Portfolio Standard Program
RM# 11-05 | LSA# 12-97 | Details
Practice before the Commission Creditworthiness, Deposits, and Refunds for Natural Gas Customers
RM# 12-03 | LSA# 12-199 | Details
To view final rules from past years, please click here.