The schedules listed here reflect what is established in statute, rules, or Orders.
However, PUCs and utilities sometimes deviate from these schedules.
Please check the most recent proceeding by going to the "Important Recurring Proceedings" section for each utility below.
Policy AreaRenewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS)
ScheduleFormerly, the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) was required to submit a report to the Governor, the Environmental Review Commission, and the Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations on activities taken by the Commission to implement the REPS and activities by electric power suppliers to comply with these requirements by October 1 of each year. This requirement was repealed by House Bill 217 effective May 17, 2021.
Policy AreaRenewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS) Compliance Plan
ScheduleEach electric power supplier shall file its REPS compliance plan with the Commission on or before September 1 of each year.
Policy AreaIntegrated Resource Plan
ScheduleBy September 1, 2008, and every two years thereafter, each utility subject to this rule shall file with the Commission its then current integrated resource plan, together with all information required bysubsection (i) of this rule. This biennial report shall cover the next succeeding two-year period. (2) By September 1 of each year in which a biennial report is not required to be filed, an annual report shall be filed with the Commission containing an updated 15-year forecast of the items described in subparagraph (c)(1), as well as significant amendments or revisions to the most recently filed biennial report, including amendments or revisions to the type and size of resources identified, as applicable.
Policy AreaEnergy Efficiency and Demand-Side Management Programs Report
ScheduleThe Commission shall submit a biennial report to the Governor, the Environmental Review Commission, and the Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations as of September 1 2013.