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Duke Energy Indiana, LLC (“Duke”), a utility company, filed with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (“IURC”) a petition to set retail rates and charges for electric services. The Indiana Office of the Utility Consumer Counselor (“OUCC”) and intervenors opposed Duke’s petition. After holding several public hearings and receiving evidence, the IURC issued an order granting in part and denying in part Duke’s petition. The OUCC and a group of Duke’s industrial customers (“the Group”), along with several other intervenors, appeal the IURC’s order. The OUCC and the Group collectively argue the IURC committed three errors: (1) allowing Duke to recover costs related to remediation of coal ash waste; (2) accepting Duke’s proposal for allocating costs between wholesale and retail electricity customers; and (3) allowing Duke to recover certain operating costs for its Edwardsport Plant.
The scheduled panel members are Judges Pyle, Tavitas, and Sr. Judge Baker.