Eduardo E. Balbis
|Eduardo E. Balbis|
|Florida Public Service Commission|
|November 2010 - December 2014|
|Elections and appointments|
|Appointed by||Governor Charlie Crist|
|Bachelor's||University of Florida (Environmental Engineering)|
Balbis holds a B.S. in environmental engineering from the University of Florida.
- B.S. in environmental engineering - University of Florida
Florida Public Service Commission (2010-2014)
Balbis began his four-year term as a member of the Florida Public Service Commission following his appointment by Governor Rick Scott (R) in September 2010. In September 2014, with his term scheduled to expire in January 2015, Balbis announced he would not seek reappointment to the regulatory board.
In 2011, Gov. Rick Scott (R) reappointed Balbis to the Florida Public Service Commission to serve a four-year term ending January 1, 2015. He declined to apply for a second term on the commission.
Balbis was appointed to the Florida Public Service Commission in September 2010 by Gov. Charlie Crist. Crist stated, "Eduardo's duties overseeing municipal utilities and public works during the past three years have already given him the opportunity to demonstrate his commitment to protecting consumers. As an engineer, he also understands the importance of safeguarding Florida's fresh water supply."
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- Sun Sentinel, "PSC: Crist appoints Julie Brown and Eduardo Balbis to regulate utilities," September 21, 2010
- The Tampa Tribune, "Scott taps close supporters for board that regulates utilities," September 18, 2014
- Project Vote Smart, "Commissioner Eduardo E Balbis's Biography," accessed September 19, 2012
- West Palm Beat, "West Palm advertises for one top aide as another laid off," August 3, 2012
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- Florida Public Service Commission, "Commissioner Eduardo E. Balbis," accessed August 17, 2012
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