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View Case Filings for: 2019-00206


Case Number:2019-00206
Service Type:Gas & Electric
Filing Date:6/28/2019
Category:Regular
Utilities:

Louisville Gas and Electric Company


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ELECTRONIC EXAMINATION BY THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL SURCHARGE MECHANISM OF LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY FOR THE TWO-YEAR BILLING PERIOD ENDING APRIL 30, 2019









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10/22/2019 2:20:31 PM

Final Order Entered: 1. The environmental surcharge amounts determined by LG&E for the review period ended April 30, 2019, are just and reasonable. 2. In the second full billing month following the date of this Order, LG&E shall increase its jurisdictional environmental revenue requirement by $292,006 for one month. 3. LG&E shall roll $4,784,265 of incremental environmental surcharge amounts found to be just and reasonable herein into its existing base rates, for a total base rate environmental component of $131,340,413. The roll-in shall be allocated to the customer classes as described in the Settlement Agreements approved in Case Nos. 2011-00162, 2011-00232, and 2018-00295. 4. LG&E shall use an overall rate of return on capital of 6.99 percent, a return-on-equity rate of 9.725 percent, a tax gross-up factor of 0.75050, and an overall grossed-up return of 8.70 percent in all monthly environmental surcharge filings beginning in the second full billing month following the date of this Order. 5. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, LG&E shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariffs reflecting the changes to its base rates as a result of the roll-in of environmental surcharge amounts described herein; the same type of supporting documentation it filed in Case No. 2011-00232; and a red-lined version of its tariffs. 6. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.


10/4/2019 2:46:13 PM

Louisville Gas and Electric Company respectfully requests the Commission to take the above-referenced matter under submission for decision and issue an Order by October 30, 2019.


Derek A Rahn Louisville Gas and Electric Company

Letter_Requesting_Decision_10-04-2019.pdf

READ FIRST - LG&E Request for Decision

7/26/2019 8:52:21 AM

Direct Testimony of Derek A. Rahn and the Response of Louisville Gas and Electric Company to the First Request for Information in Appendix B of the Commissions Order dated June 28, 2019.


Michael E. Hornung LGE and KU

01-_READ_FIRST_-_LGE_ECR_Filing_Letter_07262019.pdf

READ FIRST – LG&E ECR Filing Letter

04_-_LGE_ECR_DR1_Attach_to_Q1_and_Q2_-_2019-00206.xlsx

LG&E ECR DR1 Attachment to Question 1 and 2

05_-_LGE_ECR_DR1_Attach_to_Q3_-_2019-00206.xlsx

LG&E ECR DR1 Attachment to Question 3

06_-_LGE_ECR_DR1_Attach_to_Q4_-_2019-00206.xlsx

LG&E ECR DR1 Attachment to Question 4

07_-_LGE_ECR_DR1_Attach_to_Q5_-_2019-00206.xlsx

LG&E ECR DR1 Attachment to Question 5

08_-_LGE_ECR_DR1_Attach_to_Q6_-_2019-00206.xlsx

LG&E ECR DR1 Attachment to Question 6

7/10/2019 8:44:22 AM

Written Statement of Louisville Gas and Electric Company in response to Ordering Paragraph 2 in the Commissions June 28, 2019 Order.


Derek A Rahn Louisville Gas and Electric Company

1-_READ_FIRST_-_LGE_Filing_Letter_07102019.pdf

READ FIRST - LG&E Filing Letter

7/3/2019 2:32:36 PM

Order Entered nunc pro tunc, that: 1. The Commission hereby initiates the two-year review of LG&E's environmental surcharge mechanism as billed from May 1, 2017, to April 30, 2019. 2. All other provisions of the Commission's June 28, 2019 Order not in conflict with this Order shall remain in full force and effect.


6/28/2019 1:54:00 PM

Order Entered: 1. Unless otherwise ordered by the Commission, the procedures set forth in 807 KAR 5:001, Section 8, shall be followed when filing papers in this proceeding. 2. Pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001, Section 8(10), within seven days of entry of this Order, LG&E shall file a written statement that it waives any right to service of Commission orders by United States mail and that it or its authorized agent possesses facilities to receive electronic submissions. 3. Unless a party granted leave to intervene states its objection to the use of electronic filing procedures in a motion for intervention, the party shall: a. Be deemed to have consented to the use of electronic filing procedures and the service of all papers, including Orders of the Commission, by electronic means; and b. Within seven days of the entry of an Order of the Commission granting its intervention, file with the Commission a written statement that it waives any right to service of Commission orders by United States mail and that it or its authorized agent possesses the facilities to receive electronic submissions. 4. If a party objects to the use of electronic filing procedures and the Commission determines that good cause exists to excuse that party from the use of electronic filing procedures, service of documents on that party and by that party shall be made in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(8). 5. The procedural schedule set forth in Appendix A to Order shall be followed in this proceeding.