PURA has released its first Annual Report to underscore the agency’s work in 2022 and preview major topics in the current year. Click here to view and download each section of the 104-page report.

Unit Summary

The Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) is divided into multiple offices, each of which specialize in the execution of different portions of PURA’s broad statutory authority and mission statement to ensure safe, adequate, and reliable utility service at reasonable rates.

The Reliability, Security, and Resilience (RSR) unit, a division of the Office of Technical and Regulatory Analysis, is responsible for the administration of programs and regulatory oversight of Connecticut’s efforts regarding emergency response and cybersecurity, reliability and vegetation management, and telecom services. In conjunction with the Clean and Affordable Energy (CAE) unit, the RSR team supports the state’s Equitable Modern Grid Initiative, in addition to having oversight of storm and related investigation, interconnection procedures, and physical security related to the state’s investor-owned utilities. 

Supervisor: Stephen Capozzi