Order approving Duke Energy’s request to Defer COVID Expenses
December 29, 2021

DEC DEP & Piedmont’s Notification of Voluntary Extension of Assistance to Vulnerable Customers
June 28, 2021

NCUC Order reinstating a limited residential disconnection moratorium
April 5, 2021

COVID Moratorium
February 23, 2021

Petition for Approval of Accounting Orders to Defer Incremental COVID-19 Expenses in North Carolina by Duke Energy

Order from the NCUC lifting the disconnect moratorium on September 1.

Petition to Defer Revenue (Aqua)

Public Staff Response (Aqua)

Order Denying Request (Aqua)

Petition for Accounting Order (Duke)

Order Denying Request (Duke)

North Carolina Executive Order No. 142 extends the moratorium to July 31. 

Utilities (regulated and non-regulated) are required to file reports and information about that and other items relating to Commission proceedings are available with links on the main page of the NCUC:  https://www.ncuc.net/

North Carolina Utilities Commission order dismissing the petition by an industrial group looking for relief from minimal demand charges

North Carolina Utilities Commission webpage announcement addressing COVID-19 actions regarding all utilities in the state


Executive Order No. 124 signed by NC Governor Roy Cooper on March 31, 2020

“Assisting North Carolinians by prohibiting utility shut-offs, late fees, and reconnection fees; providing guidance about restrictions on evictions; and encouraging telecommunications providers, banks and and mortgage servicers to provide assistance and flexibility to their customers ”


 NCUC Docket No. M-100, Sub 158

Investigation of Necessary and Appropriate Responses to the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19

Recent petition by Commercial and Industrial customers for temporary adjustments to Electric Billing Demand Charges

NCUC Docket Nos. E-2, Sub 1249; E-7, Sub 1237; and E-22, Sub 585

“CUCA Joint Petition to Adjust Electric Charges”


Docket (with all associated filings)