STATE OF NORTH CAROLINARALEIGHDOCKET NO, E-2, SUB 1144BEFORE THE NORTH CAROLINA UTILITIES COMMISSIONIn the Matter ofApplication of Duke Energy Progress, LLC, for Approval of Renewable Energyand Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard CostRecovery Rider Parsuant to G.S. 62-133.8and Commission Rule R8-67SECOND PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the North Carolina Utilities Commission has scheduled a publichearing in the annual Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS) cost recoveryproceeding for Duke Energy Progress, LIC (DEP). The public hearing has been scheduled to beginimmediately following the hearing in Docket No. E-2, Sub 1146, which is scheduled to begin at 930a.m, on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, in Commission Hearing Room 211S, Dobbs Building. 430 NorthSalisbury Street, Raleigh, North Carolina. This proceeding is being held pursuant to the provisionsof G.S. 62-1338 and Commission Rule R8-67 for the purpose of determining whether an incrementor decrement rider is required to allow DEP to recover all reasonable and prudent incremental costsincurred to comply with the statutory REPS requirement and to consider DEP's annual REPS compliancereport. Public witness testimony will be received in accordance with Commission Rle RI-21g)On June 21. 2017, DEP led direct testimony and exhibits in support of its application for REPS costrecovery and 2016 REPS compliance report. By its application, DEP proposes to implement the followingmonthly REPS rates, excluding regulatory fee, effective for service rendered on and after December I,2017: a $0.62 charge for residential customers, a $5.98 charge for general service and lighting customersand a $6330 charge for industrial customers. DEP's proposed nevw monthly REPS rates, if approved, willresult in the following changes to DEP's current monthly REPS rates, excluding regulatory fee a decreaseof $067 for residential customers; a decrease of $4.67 for general service and lighting customers; anda decrease of $19.83 for industrial customers. Through supplemental testimony and exhibits filed onSeptember 1, 2017, after the notice of the original proposed changes had been published pursuant tothe Commission's Order Scheduling Hearing, Requiring Filing of Testimony, Establishing DiscoveryGuidelines, and Requiring Public Notice, DEP revised its proposed monthly REPS rates, resulting ina decrease in other incremental costs of approximately $22.000, as compared to the original exhibitfiled on June 21, 2017, In addition, DEP made adjustments that resulted in reallocation of cost amongcustomer classes. The combined effects of these adjustments are revisions to DEP's proposed monthlyper account REPS rider rates, excluding the regulatory fee, as follows: a decrease of 007 for residentialcustomers; an increase of $0.43 for general service/Lighting customers; and a decrease of $4.67 forindustrial customers, If approved by the Commission, these adjusted charges, as compared to the REPSrider charges in effect through November 30, 2017 would result in decreases in DEPs monthly peraccount REPS rider rates excluding the regulatory fee, as follows: $0.74 for residential customers $4.24for general service/lighting customers; and $24.47 for industrial customers.Further information may be obtained from the Office of the Chief Clerk. North Carolina UtilitiesCommission, 430 North Salisbary Street, Raleigh, North Carolina, where a copy of DEP's applicationand its annual REPS compliance report are available for review by the public. Also, documents may beviewed on the Commissions website at www.ncuc.net.The Public Staff is authorized by statute to represent consumers in proceedings before the Commission.Correspondence concerning the REPS rider proceeding and the hearing scheduled thereon should bedirected to the Public Staff. Written statements to the Public Staff should include any information thatthe writers wish to be considered by the Public Staff in its investigation of the matter. Such statementsshould be addressed to Christopher J. Ayers, Executive Director, Public Staff. 4326 Mail Service Center,Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-4300.The Attorney General is also authorized by statute to represent consumers in proceedings before theCommission. Statements to the Attorney General should be addressed to The Honorable losh Siein,Attorney General, clo Consumer Protection-Utilities, 9001 Mail Service Center. Raleigh, NorthCarolina, 27699-9001.Written statements are not evidence unless the writers appear at a public hearing and testify concerningthe information contained in their written statementsPersons desiring to intervene in this proceeding as formal parties should file a petition to intervenepursuant to Commission Rules R1-S and RI-19.ISSUED BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSIONThis the 5th day of September, 2017NORTH CAROLINA UTILITIES COMMISSIONLinnetta Threalt, Acting Deputy Clerk

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA RALEIGH DOCKET NO, E-2, SUB 1144 BEFORE THE NORTH CAROLINA UTILITIES COMMISSION In the Matter of Application of Duke Energy Progress, LLC, for Approval of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard Cost Recovery Rider Parsuant to G.S. 62-133.8 and Commission Rule R8-67 SECOND PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the North Carolina Utilities Commission has scheduled a public hearing in the annual Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS) cost recovery proceeding for Duke Energy Progress, LIC (DEP). The public hearing has been scheduled to begin immediately following the hearing in Docket No. E-2, Sub 1146, which is scheduled to begin at 930 a.m, on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, in Commission Hearing Room 211S, Dobbs Building. 430 North Salisbury Street, Raleigh, North Carolina. This proceeding is being held pursuant to the provisions of G.S. 62-1338 and Commission Rule R8-67 for the purpose of determining whether an increment or decrement rider is required to allow DEP to recover all reasonable and prudent incremental costs incurred to comply with the statutory REPS requirement and to consider DEP's annual REPS compliance report. Public witness testimony will be received in accordance with Commission Rle RI-21g) On June 21. 2017, DEP led direct testimony and exhibits in support of its application for REPS cost recovery and 2016 REPS compliance report. By its application, DEP proposes to implement the following monthly REPS rates, excluding regulatory fee, effective for service rendered on and after December I, 2017: a $0.62 charge for residential customers, a $5.98 charge for general service and lighting customers and a $6330 charge for industrial customers. DEP's proposed nevw monthly REPS rates, if approved, will result in the following changes to DEP's current monthly REPS rates, excluding regulatory fee a decrease of $067 for residential customers; a decrease of $4.67 for general service and lighting customers; and a decrease of $19.83 for industrial customers. Through supplemental testimony and exhibits filed on September 1, 2017, after the notice of the original proposed changes had been published pursuant to the Commission's Order Scheduling Hearing, Requiring Filing of Testimony, Establishing Discovery Guidelines, and Requiring Public Notice, DEP revised its proposed monthly REPS rates, resulting in a decrease in other incremental costs of approximately $22.000, as compared to the original exhibit filed on June 21, 2017, In addition, DEP made adjustments that resulted in reallocation of cost among customer classes. The combined effects of these adjustments are revisions to DEP's proposed monthly per account REPS rider rates, excluding the regulatory fee, as follows: a decrease of 007 for residential customers; an increase of $0.43 for general service/Lighting customers; and a decrease of $4.67 for industrial customers, If approved by the Commission, these adjusted charges, as compared to the REPS rider charges in effect through November 30, 2017 would result in decreases in DEPs monthly per account REPS rider rates excluding the regulatory fee, as follows: $0.74 for residential customers $4.24 for general service/lighting customers; and $24.47 for industrial customers. Further information may be obtained from the Office of the Chief Clerk. North Carolina Utilities Commission, 430 North Salisbary Street, Raleigh, North Carolina, where a copy of DEP's application and its annual REPS compliance report are available for review by the public. Also, documents may be viewed on the Commissions website at www.ncuc.net. The Public Staff is authorized by statute to represent consumers in proceedings before the Commission. Correspondence concerning the REPS rider proceeding and the hearing scheduled thereon should be directed to the Public Staff. Written statements to the Public Staff should include any information that the writers wish to be considered by the Public Staff in its investigation of the matter. Such statements should be addressed to Christopher J. Ayers, Executive Director, Public Staff. 4326 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-4300. The Attorney General is also authorized by statute to represent consumers in proceedings before the Commission. Statements to the Attorney General should be addressed to The Honorable losh Siein, Attorney General, clo Consumer Protection-Utilities, 9001 Mail Service Center. Raleigh, North Carolina, 27699-9001. Written statements are not evidence unless the writers appear at a public hearing and testify concerning the information contained in their written statements Persons desiring to intervene in this proceeding as formal parties should file a petition to intervene pursuant to Commission Rules R1-S and RI-19. ISSUED BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION This the 5th day of September, 2017 NORTH CAROLINA UTILITIES COMMISSION Linnetta Threalt, Acting Deputy Clerk