Energy is a highly regulated and policy-driven industry, in part because it affects the livelihood of each person who flips a switch, drives a car, or holds a cell phone.

In Iowa, energy policy is overseen largely by the Legislature and the Iowa Utilities Board (IUB), a governor-appointed board of 3 individuals. The mission of the IUB is to “regulate utilities to ensure that reasonably priced, reliable, environmentally responsible, and safe utility services are available to all Iowans.”

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State Representative Michael Bergan

District 63
Capitol Phone: 515.281.3221

State Senator Mike Klimesh

District 32
Capitol Phone: 515-281-3371

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