Update on the Proposed Green Source Advantage Program

As an intervenor in the docket to approve Duke Energy's Green Source Advantage Program, NCSEA (and others) filed a Joint Motion for Leave to file Sur-reply Comments on Friday, May 4, 2018. You can read the full text of this filing here. This motion is a collaboration between the NC Clean Energy Business Alliance (NCCEBA); NCSEA; the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (UNC-Chapel Hill); and the Department of Defense and all other Federal Executive Agencies (DoD/FEA), and is required to allow the petitioners to comment on the items contained within Duke's reply comments, which were filed on April 20, 2018.

Duke Energy did not include its proposed contract terms and conditions, as required by the GSA Program Statute, in its original filing on January 23, 2018. Rather, the proposed contract terms and conditions were included in their reply comments filed on April 20, 2018. As such, NCSEA and other petitioners did not have the opportunity to consider the proposed contract terms before the original reply comments were due on April 20, 2018. You can read NCSEA's original reply comments in full here.

NCSEA has some concerns about the proposed contract terms, and considering Duke's failure to follow the NC General Statute for utilities, NCSEA is eagerly awaiting the Commission's decision. Please be sure to follow along as we will update our members and partners once we have more information.

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