Electronic filing information and links
The Commission Entry in Case Nos. 20-591-AU-UNC and 20-2000-XX-XXX provides for new emergency procedures for electronic filing of confidential documents, effective April 8, 2020. Please review and follow the Entry’s procedures carefully to ensure protection of confidential records.
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 permitted for all PUCO and OPSB cases and documents. During the COVID-19 emergency, the Commission has allowed for electronic filing of confidential documents. Please review and follow the procedures carefully to ensure protection of confidential records.
E-filers must only provide hard copies as directed by the attorney examiner or in accordance with Rules 4901-1-02(D) and 4906-2-02(D) of the Ohio Administrative Code, 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);
- for alternative regulation (ALT case code); and,
- for Ohio Power Siting Board certificate applications.
All copies submitted to Docketing should be clearly marked and include a cover letter that such copies are "for distribution only."
E-Filing Frequently Asked Questions
Past Cases involving E-Filing:
- Case No. 05-548-AU-WVR Request of SBC Ohio to Permit Electronic Filing
Power Siting Board's entry in Case No. 10-2404-GE-WVR