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Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor

OUCC > Featured Topics > Electric Utility Energy Efficiency Programs > Duke Energy Efficiency Plan Duke Energy Efficiency Plan

Duke Energy is offering energy efficiency programs under IURC orders issued in December 2014, December 2015, and March 2016.

In the most recent case, the OUCC recommended denial of Duke Energy’s request to recover lost revenues and shareholder incentives through rates. The IURC’s March 2016 order denied shareholder incentives. It approved the recovery of lost revenues through customer rates, capping the recovery at a 4-year period. To review the case file, visit the IURC website, enter Cause Number 43955, and then click the “DSM 3” link for more information.

Duke Energy is seeking approval of a new plan to continue through 2019, with the case pending as IURC Cause Number 43955 - DSM 4. The OUCC filed testimony (Rutter and Thacker) on March 21, 2017.

The OUCC's website offers an overview of energy efficiency cases including the agency's role.