The Office of Communications is responsible for informing the public of Board decisions, meetings and activities. It correlates information from various divisions to respond to the media, general public, utility customers, the Legislature and State, local and federal government officials and agencies. The Office of Communications oversees the development and implementation of the Board's statewide energy deregulation consumer education program.
The Office of Communications also coordinates the Board's participation with various consumer groups, neighborhood associations, and private and public organizations to help educate the public about utility issues and how to make informed decisions in the newly deregulated energy market. It is also responsible for updating, designing, and monitoring the Board's website.