Electronic filing information and links
NOTE: A Participation Agreement must be received by Docketing before documents can be electronically filed. See the Electronic Filing Manual & Technical Requirements for further details. By E-filing in a particular case, the participant is agreeing to be served via email notification for all subsequent filings in that case.
E-Filing is now permissable for all PUCO and Power Siting cases and documents, except confidential filings, pursuant to the Commission's November 9. 2011 entry in Case No. 06-900-AU-WVR, and the Power Siting Board's entry in Case No. 10-2404-GE-WVR. CONFIDENTIAL documents MUST NOT be electronically filed.
E-filers must only provide hard copies as directed by the Attorney Examiner or in accordance with Rule 4901-1-02(C), O.A.C., for the applications, attachments, and testimony filed by an applicant in an application:
- to increase rates (AIR/AEM case code)
- for a standard service offer (SSO case code); and
- for alternative regulation (ALT case code).
All copies submitted to Docketing should be clearly marked and include a cover letter that such copies are "for distribution only." Confidential documents for which a motion for protective treatment is sought under Rule 4901-1-24, O.A.C., must not be e-filed. Such documents may be submitted in digital format on compact or video disc, but three hard copies must also be filed in accordance with Rule 4901-1-24(D)(2), O.A.C.
E-Filing Process & Technical Information Links:
- Remove Hidden Data for Word 2010, Word 2013, Word Starter
Microsoft Office Word 2003 Redaction Add-in - You can mark text to redact and then create a new, redacted version of the document in which the marked text is replaced with a black bar that cannot be converted back to text.
Older Cases involving E-Filing: