Rates & tariffs
Select a territory below to view available tariffs and natural gas costs. We cannot guarantee the accuracy or timeliness of these online versions. If you have specific questions regarding Vectren's tariffs, please contact us.
Southwestern Indiana includes Daviess, Dubois, Gibson, Knox, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh and Warrick counties. View our service map
- Southwestern Indiana
2016-2017 Electric Energy Efficiency Plan
Download the 2016-2017 Electric Energy Efficiency Plan (PDF). Questions or comments can be emailed to email@example.com. Details of this proceeding, filed with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commissions (IURC) as Cause No. 44645, may be found at https://iurc.portal.in.gov/legal-case-details/?id=e9506569-db81-e611-8107-1458d04eabe0.
2018-2020 Electric Energy Efficiency Plan
View the filed Electric Energy Efficiency Petition (PDF) and Energy Efficiency Plan Filing (PDF) for Indiana customers with Vectren electric service (PDF). Questions or comments can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Details of this proceeding, filed with the IURC as Cause No. 44927, may be found at https://iurc.portal.in.gov/legal-case-details/?id=d6a11d05-1b1e-e711-8121-1458d04ecfb0.
- Central, northern and southeastern Indiana
Who is involved in the regulatory process?
Vectren's utilities are regulated by state agencies. The commission agencies in both states are the governing bodies over utility services that approve all rates and tariffs. Vectren cannot adjust its rates without approval from these agencies. These agencies work to maximize efficiency for the benefit of all parties. Vectren of Indiana is regulated by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) while Vectren of Ohio is regulated by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO).
Both states also have a consumer advocate agency that acts to protect consumer rights. In Indiana this agency is the Indiana Office of the Utility Consumers' Counsel (OUCC) and in Ohio it is the State of Ohio Office of Consumers' Counselor.
Federal Regulatory Agencies include the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the Department of Transportation (DOT). FERC regulates interstate natural gas pipelines and electric transmission lines. The DOT is the regulator for the Federal Pipeline Safety Act that establishes safe operating practices for pipelines.
Below are supporting documents related to FERC Standards of Conduct:Vectren Standards of Conduct Procedures
Vectren TSO Organizational Chart
Vectren Shared Facilities
Vectren Marketing Affiliates
Vectren Compliance Officer
Vectren Employee Transfers
Vectren Voluntary Consent
Vectren Disclosures of Non Public Transmission Information