NOTICE OF FILING
Application of Duke Energy Progress, LLC for Approval of Residential Income-Qualified Energy Efficiency and Weatherization Program
Docket No. 2022-266-E
Why is this Notice Important?
• This Notice is for customers of Duke Energy Progress, LLC and interested persons.
• Duke Energy Progress, LLC (the Company) requests the Public Service Commission of South Carolina (the Commission) review Duke Energy Progress, LLC’s proposed Residential Income-Qualified Energy Efficiency and Weatherization Program as an energy efficiency and demand-side management program (EE/DSM) during this case.
• The purpose of the Residential Income-Qualified Energy Efficiency and Weatherization Program is to assist low-income customers with targeted energy efficiency measures in their homes to reduce energy usage.
• To increase adoption of energy efficiency measures, the Residential Income-Qualified energy Efficiency and Weatherization Program will provide payments to local weatherization program providers and non- profit organizations that provide weatherization to eligible income-qualified residential households in Duke Energy Progress, LLC’s territory.
• The Company proposes that the costs incurred by Duke Energy Progress, LLC associated with the proposed Residential Income-Qualified Energy Efficiency and Weatherization Program be recovered through the Company’s annual EE/DSM Mechanism.
• The case was filed according to S.C. Code Ann. Section § 58-37-20, S.C. Code Ann. Regs. 103-823, and Commission Order No. 2021-33.
For the Company’s complete proposal visit: https://dms.psc.sc.gov/Attachments/Matter/4027089b-a12a-4f3b-aa4a-28e0f2d6d439
For the entire Case Visit: https://dms.psc.sc.gov/Web/Dockets/Detail/118301
Who can I talk to about this Notice?
Duke Energy Progress, LLC: 803-988-7132
Office of Regulatory Staff: 803-737-5230 or 1-800-922-1531
Department of Consumer Affairs: 803-734-4200 or 1-800-922-1594
Public Service Commission: 803-896-5100
How Can I Participate in this Case?
A customer may participate in the case by any of the ways listed below.
Option A: File a Letter of Protest by:
• Email email@example.com: or
• Mail to 101 Executive Center Drive, Suite 100, Columbia, SC 29210.
More information is available here: https://psc.sc.gov/consumer-info/file-letter-protest
File a Petition to Intervene. An Intervenor becomes a party in the case. Intervenors have the right to testify, cross-examine witnesses, appeal the Commission’s Final Decision, and must follow the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure. To intervene, you must:
• Email a Petition to Intervene to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Thursday, November 10, 2022; or
• Mail a Petition to Intervene to 101 Executive Center Drive, Suite 100, Columbia, SC 29210 no later than Thursday, November 10, 2022. Please include your email address.
**You must give a copy of your Petition to Intervene to all Parties in this case. Petitions to Intervene must meet the requirements of Commission Regulation 103-825 and must be approved by the Commission.
In the above referenced case, if the proposed tariffs contain any request for a change of rates, the proposed rates may be changed by the Commission.
Persons seeking further information about these procedures should contact the Commission at 803-896-5100 or visit its website at www.psc.sc.gov.