Kentucky Public Service Commission

View Case Filings for: 2012-00361

Case Number:2012-00361
Service Type:Electric
Filing Date:8/17/2012

Fleming-Mason Energy Cooperative, Inc.

Case Nature:

Advanced Metering Infrastructure System (AMI)

Case Filings
12/5/2019 8:59:51 AM

Final Order Entered: 1. This case is opened to address certain outstanding petitions for confidential treatment. 2. The petitions for confidential treatment listed in Appendix B to this Order are granted. 3. The granting of these petitions shall not be cited as precedent in other proceedings before the Commission. 4. All movants shall review the petitions to determine if the material for which confidential treatment was requested still warrants confidential treatment. 5. A movant shall inform the Commission in writing, and filed in the original case file, if it determines that the information contained in a petition that is granted by this Order no longer warrants confidential treatment. 6. The Commission shall make available for inspection, upon request, any materials that a movant determines no longer warrants confidential treatment. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

10/11/2012 9:53:38 AM

Order Entered: 1. Fleming-Mason’s request for a CPCN to purchase and install the equipment as set out in its Application is approved. 2. Fleming-Mason’s request for relief from sample testing of single-phase meters, pursuant to 807 KAR 5:041, Section 16, is granted. 3. Fleming-Mason shall ensure that all new meters, and those meters removed from service as a result of this project, shall be tested in accordance with 807 KAR 5:041, Section 17. Any and all meters determined to register inaccurate readings shall be handled in accordance with 807 KAR 5041, Section 17 and all other applicable law. The meter test results for all meters tested as part of this project shall be reported to the Commission on Fleming-Mason’s Quarterly Meter Report and shall include a full explanation of the handling of any and all non-registering meters and a full explanation of any and all billing adjustments resulting from the tests. Any and all meters removed from service as a result of this project shall be retained by Fleming-Mason for a minimum period of six months following removal of the instrument. 4. Notwithstanding any capabilities of the ltron solid state meters with factory installed and tested TUNet systems to monitor voltages, Fleming-Mason shall continue to survey its voltage pursuant to 807 KAR 5:041 Section 7. If Fleming-Mason believes that good cause exists to permit a deviation from these requirements, it may request such deviation pursuant to 807 KAR 51041, Section 22.


Fleming Mason Energy Response to Requests for Info and Motion for Confidentiality

9/6/2012 3:33:20 PM


8/21/2012 3:42:18 PM

Deficiency cured letter


Fleming-Mason Energy's Response to Filing Deficiencies

8/13/2012 2:35:45 PM

Deficiency letter, information due 8/28

8/2/2012 9:24:18 AM

Acknowledge Receipt of Filing


Fleming-Mason Energy's Application for a CPC&N to Install an Advanced Metering Infrastructure System (AMI)