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View Case Filings for: 2019-00391


Case Number:2019-00391
Service Type:Electric
Filing Date:11/8/2019
Category:Regular
Utilities:

Duke Energy Kentucky, Inc.


Electronic Case
Case Nature:

AN ELECTRONIC EXAMINATION BY THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL SURCHARGE MECHANISM OF DUKE ENERGY KENTUCKY, INC. FOR THE SIX-MONTH BILLING PERIOD ENDING MAY 31, 2019









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2/6/2020 2:35:20 PM

Final Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky's request to submit this case for a decision on the existing evidence of record without a hearing is granted. 2. The amounts billed by Duke Kentucky through its environmental surcharge from December 1, 2018, to May 31, 2019, are approved. 3. Duke Kentucky's determination that it had no additional over- or under-recovery for the review period is approved. 4. Duke Kentucky shall use a weighted average cost of capital of 6.830 percent, a tax gross-up factor of 1.337304, a return on equity rate of 9.725 percent, and an overall grossed-up rate of return of 8.446 percent in all monthly environmental surcharge filings subsequent to the date of this Order. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.


1/20/2020 3:07:24 PM

Duke Energy Kentucky, Inc.s Request to Submit the Case on the Record


Minna Sunderman Rocco DAscenzo

Read_1st_-_Letter_to_Submit_on_Record.pdf

Read 1st - Letter to Submit on Record

12/12/2019 2:51:00 PM

Duke Energy Kentucky, Inc., hereby submits Direct Testimony of Theodore H. Czupik, Jr. and Commission Staffs First Request for Information


Deborah Gates Rocco O. DAscenzo

Case_2019-00391_Testimony_Staff_1st_set_DR.pdf

Direct Testimony and STAFF-DR-01-001 through STAFF-DR-01-004

STAFF-DR-01-001_Attachment_1.xlsx

STAFF-DR-01-001 Attachment 1

11/14/2019 3:15:51 PM

Duke Energy Kentucky, Inc.s Written Statement in Response to Commissions Order Dated November 8, 2019


Minna Sunderman Rocco DAscenzo

DEK_Written_Statement.pdf

Duke Energy Kentucky Written Statement

11/8/2019 1:01:53 PM

Order Entered: 1. Unless otherwise ordered by the Commission, the procedures set forth in 807 KAR 5:001, Section 8, related to the service and electronic filing of papers shall be followed in this proceeding. 2. Pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001, Section 8(9), within seven days of entry of this Order, Duke Kentucky 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 the 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 date of an Order of the Commission granting its intervention, file with the Commission a written statement that: (1) It, or its authorized agent, possesses the facilities to receive electronic transmissions; and (2) Sets forth electronic mail address to which all electronic notices and messages related to this proceeding should be served. 4. If a party objects to use of electronic filing procedures and the Commission determines that good cause exists to excuse that party from 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).