California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), was established in 1911 and it is an agency that monitors private and public utilities in the state of California, United States. The agency has specialties in energy, telecommunications, transit, renewable energy, transportation, natural gas, and safety. Also, the agency regulates household goods movers, transportation companies, and crossing safety. The California Public Utilities Commission has five commissioners, and each of them serves a six-year term as the governing body. It doesn't regulate the rates of utilities and has no part in government policymaking agencies. CPUC provides incentives for solar system installations under the California Solar Initiative (CSI) project. Employees at CPUC receive dental insurance, medical insurance, and vision insurance, flex cash options, and more. It offers jobs for Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst, Environmental Scientist, C. E. A., and more.