There are 5 Public Service Commissions in Charleston County, South Carolina, serving a population of 387,847 people in an area of 916 square miles. There is 1 Public Service Commission per 77,569 people, and 1 Public Service Commission per 183 square miles.
In South Carolina, Charleston County is ranked 4th of 46 counties in Public Service Commissions per capita, and 1st of 46 counties in Public Service Commissions per square mile.
Find Charleston County, South Carolina public service commissions (PSC).
Charleston Public Service Commission 2 George Street Charleston, SC
James Island Public Service Commission 1622 Camp Road Charleston, SC
James Island South Carolina Public Service Commission 1739 Signal Point Road Charleston, SC
Mount Pleasant Public Service Commission 100 Ann Edwards Lane Mount Pleasant, SC
St Andrews Public Service Commission 1775 Ashley River Road Charleston, SC
Charleston County Public Service Commissions (PSC) are offices of a South Carolina State agency that is responsible for regulating the rates and services of public utilities in Charleston County, SC. It may also be known as a Charleston County Public Utility Commission, Utility Regulatory Commission, or Public Corporation Commission. Regulated utilities include services where there is limited competition or where other market conditions require a regulatory authority to address social concerns and the public interest. The purpose of a Public Service Commission is to ensure that consumers receive safe, reliable, and reasonably priced services from competent and financially viable companies. Services that commonly fall within the jurisdiction of Public Service Commissions, include electric, natural gas, water, sewer, and telecommunications utilities. Public Service Commissions are executive branch agencies that operate independently and have elected or appointed boards of commissioners.You may contact the Department of Public Service for questions about: