The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC) is composed of three full-time Commissioners who decide the cases brought to the PSC for changes in utility operations, rates and for construction projects after a complete and thorough review of all the records compiled in the case, including public comments. Commissioners are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the State Senate for staggered, six-year terms.
One of these Commissioners is appointed chairperson by the Governor for a two-year term. The Commissioners’ Office, under the direction of the Chairperson, has oversight of all PSC staff-related activities.
Warning: rules regarding ex parte communications
Any communications with individual Commissioners on contested cases before the Commission may constitute a prohibited ex parte communication [Wis. Stat. § 227.50]. If you wish to comment on the record on a pending matter, please do not contact individual commissioners. The PSC has established an official method for receiving public comments that can be accessed at
PSC Public Comments. Only comments submitted in this manner will be officially recorded and reviewed by Commissioners before deciding pending cases.
Chairperson Rebecca Cameron Valcq
Rebecca Cameron Valcq (Becky) was appointed by Governor Tony Evers to serve as a Commissioner at the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC or Commission) on January 7, 2019 for a six-year term. In March 2019 she was appointed Commission Chairperson for a two-year term and subsequently reappointed as Chairperson in 2021 and 2023. She is the first Latina to hold the position of Chairperson.
Prior to accepting her position at the PSC, Becky was a Partner at Quarles & Brady in the Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources practice group. Previously, Becky was Regulatory Counsel for Wisconsin Electric Power Company, where she advised management on all areas of regulatory law in multiple jurisdictions and compliance matters.
As a member of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, Becky serves on the Water Committee and the Select Committee on Regulatory and Industry Diversity. Becky also serves on the National Utilities Diversity Council Board of Directors as Co-Chair. She previously served on the Advisory Committee of the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO), a Regional Transmission Organization which administers the wholesale electricity market in all or parts of 11 U.S. states and the Canadian province of Manitoba. She also served on the Board of Directors of the Organization of MISO States.
In 2013, Becky was named a “40 Under 40" by the Milwaukee Business Journal and received a Girl Scout Leadership G.I.R.L. award in 2019. She has served on several non-profit boards of directors, including Centro Legal, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee, and the Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast. She was a member of the United Way's Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Committee and Marquette University Law School's Diversity Committee.
Becky earned her undergraduate degree from Drake University and her law degree from Marquette University. She lives in Whitefish Bay, WI with her husband Rob and their two daughters.
Commissioner Valcq can be reached via her Executive Staff Assistant, Heather Young at: Heather.Young@wisconsin.gov.
Commissioner Tyler Huebner
Tyler Huebner was appointed by Governor Tony Evers to be a Commissioner at the Public Service Commission in March 2020, and was re-appointed by Governor Evers to a six year term which began March 2, 2021. He is a member of the Energy Resources & the Environment Committee in the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, and is currently Wisconsin’s representative on the Board of the Organization of MISO States.
Prior to joining the Commission, Tyler had been Executive Director of RENEW Wisconsin, a statewide renewable energy nonprofit organization, since June of 2013. Prior to that, Tyler worked at the State of Wisconsin Division of Energy Services, and before that, at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy division. For both the State of Wisconsin and federal DOE, Tyler worked in the low-income weatherization program helping citizens reduce their energy bills. He started his career as a consultant with ICF International.
Tyler earned his Master’s Degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering in the Atmosphere & Energy Program at Stanford University, and his Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Iowa. He resides in Madison with his wife Heather and their two children.
Commissioner Huebner can be reached via his Executive Staff Assistant, Jacqueline Gilardez at:
Commissioner Summer Strand
Summer Strand was appointed by Governor Tony Evers to serve as a Commissioner at the Public Service Commission on March 2, 2023 for a six-year term. Prior to joining the PSC, Summer was the Director of Government Affairs for the Walbec Group, a Wisconsin-based construction and engineering firm. Previously, Summer oversaw the State of Wisconsin Building Program as Administrator of the Division of Facilities Development at the Wisconsin Department of Administration. She has also served as an advisor to and citizen member of the State Building Commission.
Summer began her career in the Wisconsin State Senate. Summer earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her law degree from the Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. Summer lives in Waunakee, WI with her husband Brandon and their two children.
Commissioner Strand can be reached via her Executive Staff Assistant, Jacqueline Gilardez at: