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View Case Filings for: 2012-00428


Case Number:2012-00428
Service Type:Electric
Filing Date:10/1/2012
Category:Administrative
Utilities:

Smart Grid and Smart Meter Technologies


Case Nature:

Smart Grid and Smart Meter Technologies









Case Filings
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1/17/2019 11:33:14 AM

Order Entered: 1. EKPC's June 13, 2016 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. EKPC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, EKPC shall have 30 days from receipt of written notice of the request to demonstrate that the materials still fall within the exclusions from disclosure requirements established in KRS 61.878. EKPC is unable to make such demonstration, the requested materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the designated materials available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow EKPC to seek a remedy afforded by law.


4/13/2016 10:11:16 AM

Final Order Entered: 1. Neither the EISA Smart Grid Information Standard nor the EISA 2007 Smart Grid Investment Standard shall be adopted. 2. The Joint Utilities shall develop policies and procedures that provide customers access to historical information regarding their energy use and tariff rate and shall endeavor to provide this information to customers in as close to real-time as practical. Furthermore, the Joint Utilities shall provide aggregated information to CAC upon its reasonable request. 3. The Joint Utilities shall develop internal policies and procedures governing customer privacy, customer education, and cybersecurity as set forth in this Order. 4. Within 60 days of the date of this Order, the Joint Utilities shall file with the Commission their internal procedures governing customer privacy and customer education. 5. Within 60 days of the date of this Order, the Joint Utilities shall certify to the Commission that they have developed internal cybersecurity procedures. 6. The jurisdictional electric utilities shall not be required to develop Dynamic Pricing programs and tariffs, but they are encouraged to do so. 7. Customer participation in any Dynamic Pricing program or tariff shall be voluntary. 8. Provisions allowing customers to opt out of smart meter deployments shall be considered as they are proposed by individual utilities.


11/2/2015

Kenergy Supplemental Letter of Kenergy Customer and Response


9/14/2015

Kenergy Corp Response to Don Crosley


9/11/2015

Kenergy Corp. Notice of 4 Received Public Comments


4/7/2015 1:46:06 PM

Order Entered: nunc pro tune, that: 1. The March 23, 2015 Order is corrected by deleting the letter in the Appendix thereto and substituting the formal complaint that was filed on February 26, 2015, which is attached hereto as an Appendix. 2. All other provisions of the March 23, 2015 Order shall remain in full force and effect.


3/23/2015 2:57:41 PM

Order Entered: that Ms. Holloway's formal complaint shall be filed as public comment and placed into the case file in this proceeding.


2/27/2015

Joint Utilities Brief


12/30/2014 8:10:23 AM

Response E-mails to Nathan Bowman and Joe Zarantonello


12/17/2014 12:04:00 PM

Public Comment Meetings Memo


12/8/2014 10:52:01 AM

Order Entered: (1) The December 17, 2014 Public Hearing is cancelled. (2) Parties, either individually or jointly, shall have an opportunity to submit a brief, at their option, no later than February 27, 2015. (3) Public meetings shall be held in Hearing Room 1 at the Commission's offices in Frankfort, Kentucky, on December 16, 2014, at 6:00 p.m. EST, and on December 17, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. EST, for the purpose of taking comments from the public.


12/3/2014

Joint statement concerning need for Evidentiary Hearing


11/25/2014 2:35:45 PM

Order Entered: (1) All parties, either individually or jointly, shall file on or before December 5, 2014, a written statement either that the Public Hearing should be conducted as scheduled on December 17, 2014, or that the matter can be submitted to the Commission for a decision based on the existing evidentiary record. Any statement that the Public Hearing should be conducted as scheduled shall set forth with specificity the issue(s) to be raised and identify the witness(es) to be cross-examined 2. If no party requests that the Public Hearing be conducted as previously scheduled, the December 17, 2014 Public Hearing shall be cancelled and the parties, either individually or jointly, may submit a brief to be submitted on or before February 27, 2015. (3) Public meetings shall be held in Hearing Room 1 at the Commission's offices in Frankfort, Kentucky, on December 16, 2014, at 6:00 p.m. EST, and on December 17, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. EST, for the purpose of taking comments from the public.


11/21/2014 3:15:41 PM

Order Entered: (1) Duke Kentucky's motion to allow Mr. Sailers to adopt and revise the testimony of Mr. Duff is hereby granted. (2) Duke Kentucky's motion to allow Mr. Rainear to adopt and revise the testimony of Mr. Wyatt is hereby granted. (3)The Direct Testimonies of Bruce L. Sailers and James R. Rainear are accepted for filing as of the date of this Order


11/18/2014

Duke Energy Kentucky, Inc. Motions to Adopt Testimony of Mark Wyatt and Timothy Duff and Direct Testimony of James Rainear and Bruce L. Sailers


10/7/2014

Licking Valley response to PSC second request for info


10/3/2014

Taylor County RECC response to PSC staff second request for info


10/3/2014

LG&E and KU response to PSC staff second request for info


10/3/2014

Big Rivers, Jackson Purchase, Kenergy, Meade Co, response to PSC staff second request for info


10/3/2014

Blue Grass Energy Cooperative Response to Commission Staff Second Request for Information


10/3/2014

Kentucky Power Company Responses to Commission Staff's Second Set of Data Requests


10/3/2014

Farmers RECC Response to Commission Staff's Second Request for Information


10/3/2014

Duke Energy Kentucky, Inc. Response to Commission Staff's Second Request for Information


10/3/2014

Clark Energy Cooperative, Inc. Response to Commission Staff's Second Request for Information


10/3/2014

EKPC response to PSC staff second request for info


10/3/2014

Big Sandy RECC response to PSC staff second request for info


10/3/2014

Fleming-Mason Energy Response to Staff's Second Information Request


10/3/2014

Grayson RECC response to PSC second request for info


10/3/2014

Nolin RECC response to PSC staff second request for info


10/3/2014

Owen Electric response to PSC staff second request for info


10/3/2014

Inter County RECC response to PSC second request for info


10/3/2014

Columbia Gas of Kentucky response to PSC staff second request for info


10/3/2014

South Kentucky RECC response to PSC second request for info


10/3/2014

Jackson energy response to PSC second request for info


10/3/2014

Shelby Energy response to PSC second request for info


10/3/2014

Salt River RECC response to PSC staff second request for info


10/3/2014

AG response to PSC staff second request for info


10/2/2014

Cumberland Valley Electric Response to Commission Staff's Second Request for Information


10/2/2014

Atmos Energy responses to the PSC staff second request for info


10/1/2014

Delta Natural Gas Company, Inc.'s Response to Staff's Second Request for Information


9/30/2014

Community Action Council Response to Commission Staff's Second Information Request


9/18/2014 2:27:39 PM

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information


9/17/2014 3:29:02 PM

Order Entered: Ordering paragraph 4 of the Commission's September 5, 2014 Order is deleted in its entirety and the procedural schedule appended to that Order is amended by deleting the last date for the Joint Utilities to publish notice of the hearing. 2. All other provisions of the Commission's September 5, 2014 Order not in conflict with this Order shall remain in full force and effect.


9/11/2014 11:13:43 AM

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that CAC's motion to allow Mr. Ratchford to adopt and revise the testimony of Mr. Lanter is hereby granted.


9/5/2014 1:58:07 PM

Order Entered: The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order, which is attached hereto and incorporated herein, shall be followed.


9/4/2014

Motion to adopt testimony on behalf of CAC for Lexington Fayette Bourbon Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Inc.


8/6/2014 12:13:05 PM

Memorandum dated 8/06/2014 for Informal Conference of 7/30/2014; Comments, if any, due within five days of receipt


7/23/2014 10:15:58 AM

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference


7/9/2014

Attorney General's Signature Page for Collaborative Smart Grid Report Filed June 30, 2014


7/7/2014

Grayson RECC response to joint report


6/30/2014

Joint Parties Report per the Report Development Schedule presented at the August 23, 2013 Informal Conference


6/19/2014 1:31:37 PM

Order Entered: that the motion to intervene is denied.


5/16/2014

Susan Hedgecock Request to Intervene


4/1/2014 2:19:06 PM

Order Entered: 1. Movant's motion for confidential protection is hereby granted. 2. The information for which Movant seeks confidential treatment shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for the period of time ending March 20, 2028, or until further Orders of this Commission. At the end of this period, the material shall be placed in the public record. The Movant may request that the material continue to be treated as confidential but must demonstrate that the material still falls within the exclusions established in KRS 61.878. 3. If Movant objects to the time limits that the Commission has placed on the confidential treatment for the materials in question, it must seek either rehearing pursuant to KRS 278.400 or judicial review of this Order pursuant to KRS 278.410. Failure to exercise either of these statutory rights will be deemed as agreement with the Commission's determination of the period for which the material is afforded confidential treatment and will require Movant to demonstrate a change in circumstances in any subsequent motion for continued confidential treatment of the material in question after the end of the period set forth in ordering paragraph 2. 4. Use of the materials in question in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9).


10/17/2013 9:41:27 AM

Memorandum dated 10/17/2013 for Tour of Duke Energy's EnVision Center on 10/15/2013; Comments, if any, due within five days of receipt of letter


10/11/2013 3:07:08 PM

Memorandum dated 10/11/13 for Informal Conference of 10/10/13; Comments, if any, due 10/18/13.


10/9/2013 10:46:40 AM

Memorandum dated 10/09/2013 for Informal Conference to be held on 10/10/2013; Comments, if any, due within five days of receipt


10/8/2013 1:52:15 PM

Memorandum dated 10/08/2013 for Informal Conference to be held on 10/10/2013; Comments, if any, due within five days of receipt


9/26/2013 10:53:49 AM

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference


9/9/2013 12:00:06 PM

Memorandum dated 9/09/2013 for Informal Conference of 8/23/2013; Comments, if any, due within five days of receipt of letter


8/14/2013 1:28:21 PM

COMMISSION STAFF’S NOTICE OF INFORMAL CONFERENCE


8/1/2013

Joint Parties Response to Commission's July 17, 2013 Order


7/17/2013 12:54:41 PM

Order Entered: The request to decline to adopt the EISA 2007 Smart Grid Investment Standard and the EISA 2007 Smart Grid Information Standard is denied as premature. 2. The Collaborative shall give further consideration to the adoption of the EISA 2007 Smart Grid Investment Standard and the EISA 2007 Smart Grid Information Standard as part of its review. 3. The Commission authorizes the Collaborative to proceed to address the topics set forth in the Joint Comments as amended by the findings in this Order 4. With the condition noted above, the procedure and related events set forth in the Joint Comments shall be followed. 5. The Informal conference scheduled for Tuesday, July 23, 2013 is canceled. 6. Within 15 days of the date of this Order, the Joint Parties shall propose a new date for an organizational meeting.


7/1/2013

Goss Samford PLLC Notice of Change of Address


5/20/2013

Joint Comments


5/3/2013 2:57:15 PM

Order Entered: Motion of Kentucky Utilities Company and Louisville Gas and Electric Company Concerning Adopting Testimony is hereby granted.


4/26/2013 2:44:28 PM

Memorandum dated 4/26 for Informal Conference of 4/19; Comments, if any, due Within 5 days of receipt


4/18/2013

KU and LG&E Motion to Adopt Testimony


4/11/2013 3:14:01 PM

Order Entered; The informal conference that was scheduled for April 19, 2013, by Order issued on October 1, 2012, shall commence on the scheduled date at 1O:OO a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky. 2. Issues to be discussed at the informal conference shall include, but not be limited to: (a) The need for, and feasibility of, uniform standards for Smart Grid Investment and Smart Grid Information; (b) A process for the identification of reasonable standards and programs for the implementation of Smart Grid Investment, Smart Grid Information, reliability improvements, and dynamic pricing; and (c) The willingness of all parties to work in a collaborative manner to identify reasonable standards and programs consistent with a Smart Grid and the principles set forth in the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007. 3. Each party shall have one or more representatives in attendance at the informal conference who are knowledgeable of all aspects of Smart Grid and the issues in this case, and who have authority to address procedural matters.


4/5/2013

Jackson Energy Cooperative Response to Attorney Generals Initial Data Request


4/5/2013

Jackson Energy Cooperative's Response to Commission Staffs First Data Request


4/1/2013

Shelby Energy Cooperative, Inc.'s Response to Commission Staff's First Request for Information


4/1/2013

Shelby Energy Cooperative, Inc.'s Response to AG's Initial Request for Information


3/29/2013

Big Sandy RECC Correction to Response to Commission Staff's First Request for Information


3/27/2013

Grayson RECC Response to AG's First Request for Information


3/27/2013

Grayson RECC Response to Commission Staffs First Request for Information


3/25/2013 10:08:13 AM

Order Entered: 1. Jackson Energy’s request for an extension of time to file responses to the discovery requests of Commission Staff and the Attorney General is granted. 2. Jackson Energy shall file such responses on or before April 5, 2013.


3/25/2013 9:00:44 AM

Order Entered: 1. Shelby Energy’s motion for an extension of time is granted. 2. Shelby Energy shall file responses to the first discovery requests propounded by Commission Staff and the Attorney General on or before April 1, 2013.


3/22/2013

Licking Valley RECC Response to AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

CAC's Response to Commission Staff's First Information Request


3/20/2013

CAC's Response to East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Inc.’s Information Request


3/20/2013

Duke Energy Kentucky Response to Commission and AG Request for Information and Petition for Confidentiality


3/20/2013

Kentucky Power Company's Response to Commission Staff and Attorney General First Information Request


3/20/2013

Kentucky Power Company's Response to Commission Staff and Attorney General First Information Request


3/20/2013

South Kentucky RECC Responses to Attorney Generals First Request for Information


3/20/2013

Blue Grass Energy Responses to Commission Staff and AG First Information Request


3/20/2013

Blue Grass Energy Responses to Commission Staff and AG First Information Request


3/20/2013

Nolin RECC Responses to Commission Staff and AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

Nolin RECC Responses to Commission Staff and AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Inc. Responses to Commission Staff and AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Inc. Responses to Commission Staff and AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

Columbia Gas of Kentucky, Inc.'s Response to Commission Staff and AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

Columbia Gas of Kentucky, Inc.'s Response to Commission Staff and AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

Salt River Electric Response to Commission Staff and AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

Salt River Electric Response to Commission Staff and AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

LG&E and KU Responses to Commission Staff and AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

LG&E and KU Responses to Commission Staff and AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

Fleming Mason Energy Responses to Commission Staff and the Attorney General Request for Information


3/20/2013

Delta Natural Gas Company Response to Commission Staffs First Request for Information


3/20/2013

Big Rivers, JPEC, Kenergy Corp. and Meade County RECC Response to Commission Staff and AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

Big Rivers, JPEC, Kenergy Corp. and Meade County RECC Response to Commission Staff and AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

Owen Electric Cooperative Inc_Response to Commission Staffs First Request for Information


3/20/2013

Owen Electric Cooperative Response to AG Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

Farmers RECC Responses to Attorney Generals Initial Data Request


3/20/2013

Delta Natural Gas Company Response to Attorney Generals First Information Request


3/20/2013

Licking Valley RECC Response to Commission Staff Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

Big Sandy RECC Responses to the AGs Request for Information


3/20/2013

South Kentucky RECC Response to Commission Staffs First Request for Information


3/20/2013

Big Sandy RECC Response to Commissions First Request for Information


3/20/2013

Inter County Energy Cooperative Responses to AG's Initial Requests for Information to the Companies


3/20/2013

Inter County Energy Cooperative Responses to Commissions Staffs First Request for Information


3/20/2013

Farmers RECC Responses to Commission Staffs First Request for Information


3/20/2013

Atmos Energy Corporation Responses to Commissions Staffs First Request for Information


3/20/2013

Atmos Energy Corporation Responses to the Initial Request for Information by the Attorney General


3/20/2013

Cumberland Valley Electric Response to the Attorney General's Initial Request for Information


3/20/2013

Cumberland Valley Electric Response to Commission Staffs First Request for Information


3/20/2013

Clark Energy Responses to Attorney Generals Initial Data Requests


3/20/2013

Clark Energy Responses to Commission Staffs First Request for Information


3/20/2013

Taylor County RECC Response to Attorney Generals Initial Requests for Information


3/20/2013

Taylor County RECC Response to Commission Staffs First Request for Information


3/18/2013

Shelby Energy Cooperative Motion for Extension of Time


3/18/2013

Jackson Energy Cooperative Motion for Extension of Time


2/27/2013 2:48:04 PM

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST REQUEST FOR INFORMATION


2/27/2013

East Kentucky Power Co information requests to Community Action Council for Lexington-Fayette, Bourbon, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Inc. files responses


2/27/2013

Attorney General's Initial Request for Info to the Companies


1/28/2013

Direct Testimony of Lila P. Munsey and David M. Roush


1/28/2013

EKPC and Member Systems Direct Testimony of Isaac S. Scott


1/28/2013

Joint testimony of Glenn Jennings on behalf of Atmos Energy, Columbia Gas of KY., Delta Natural Gas


1/28/2013

Direct Testimony of Roger d. Hickman


1/28/2013

Direct Testimony of Charles D. Lanter on behalf of CAC


1/28/2013

Direct Testimony of Bellar, Huff, Staton, and Sinclair


1/28/2013

Duke Energy Kentucky Notice of Entry of Appearance and Direct Testimony of Witnesses


1/28/2013

Duke Energy Kentucky Notice of Entry of Appearance and Direct Testimony of Witnesses


11/30/2012 10:15:06 AM

Response letter to David O'Brien, BRIDGE Energy Group


11/5/2012

BRIDGE Energy Group Request to Intervene


10/31/2012

BRIDGE Energy Group Request to Intervene FAX


10/23/2012 10:32:11 AM

Order Entered: The petition of KlUC to intervene is granted. KlUC shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with the Commission’s Orders and with filed testimony, exhibits, pleadings, correspondence, and all other documents submitted by parties after the date of this Order. 3. Should KlUC file documents of any kind with the Commission in the course of these proceedings, KlUC shall also serve a copy of said documents on all other parties of record.


10/23/2012 9:58:21 AM

Order Entered: that the motion is granted, and the Attorney General is hereby made a party to these proceedings.


10/18/2012

Attorney General's Motion to Intervene


10/17/2012 1:35:15 PM

Order Entered: 1. The motion of CAC to intervene is granted, and CAC shall accept the existing procedural schedule. 2. CAC shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with the Commission’s Orders and with filed testimony, exhibits, pleadings, correspondence, and all other documents submitted by parties after the date of this Order. 3. Should CAC file documents of any kind with the Commission in the course of these proceedings, CAC shall also serve a copy of said documents on all other parties of record.


10/17/2012

Petition to Intervene of KIUC


10/10/2012

Motion for full intervention on Behalf of the Community Action Council for Lexington-Fayette, bourbon, Harrison, and Nicholas Counties, Inc.


10/1/2012 2:59:16 PM

Order Entered: 1. This proceeding is opened to develop a record upon which the Commission can consider the issues of implementation of the ElSA 2007 Smart Grid Investment Standard, the ElSA 2007 Smart Grid Information Standard, Smart Grid and Smart Meter technologies, and dynamic pricing. All jurisdictional electric utilities are made parties to this proceeding. All five major jurisdictional natural gas utilities are made parties to this proceeding as set forth in this Order. 4. All five major jurisdictional natural gas utilities shall have 30 days from the date of this Order to submit arguments supporting a request for termination of status as a party to this case. 5. Copies of this Order shall be served upon each utility that was made a party to Admin 2008-00408 and upon each person granted intervention in that case. 6. The documents listed in Appendix A, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are included in the record of this case but shall not be served with this Order. The procedural schedule set forth in Appendix B, attached hereto and incorporated herein, shall be followed. Every utility made a party to this case and not released pursuant to ordering paragraph 4 shall individually or jointly file initial testimony in accordance with the procedural schedule. 7. All requests for intervention shall be filed within 30 days of the date of this Order. 8. Public comments by non-parties shall be in writing and shall be filed prior to any hearing or shall be presented at