ND (Stacy Eberl) – The North Dakota Public Service Commission (PSC)
will hold a public hearing in Bismarck on Monday, Feb. 27, regarding
proposed rule changes related to wind development in North Dakota.
Commission is proposing rule changes that impact wind development,
including the following requirements:
Requiring new aircraft
detection and lighting systems subject to Federal Aviation
Administration approval. Click on the following link to view proposed
69-06-08-01 and 69-09-02-35.
decommissioning requirements and requiring decommissioning plans with
financial assurances be filed for Commission approval prior to
construction. Click on the following link to view proposed changes:
for the public hearing are as follows:
Monday, Feb. 27, 2017 – 8:30 a.m. Central
Commission Hearing Room, 12th Floor, State Capitol Building
E. Boulevard Ave., Bismarck, ND 58505
of the public are encouraged to attend the hearing to share any
concerns, questions or support/opposition to these proposed rules.
Written comments will also be accepted and must be received by close
of business on March 9, 2017.
North Dakota Public Service Commission is a constitutionally created
state agency with authority to permit, site and regulate certain
business activities in the state including electric and gas
utilities, telecommunications companies, power plants, electric
transmission lines, pipelines, railroads, grain elevators,
auctioneers, commercial weighing devices, pipeline safety and coal
mine reclamation. For more information, contact the Public Service
Commission at (701) 328-2400 or www.psc.nd.gov.