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Duke Energy Energy Progress South Carolina Index of Rate Schedules

The Public Service Commission of South Carolina has approved new fuel factor and DSM/EE charges for all South Carolina retail customers effective for bills rendered on and after July 1, 2013. The net effect of the Commission's decision is an increase of $4.11 per 1,000 kWh of usage for residential customers.

 

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Residential Rate Schedules *Date Effective
RES-25 Residential Service 07/01/2013
R-TOUD-25 Residential Service Time-of-Use 07/01/2013
R-TOUE-25 Residential Service All-Energy Time-of-Use 07/01/2013
 
General Service Rate Schedules
SGS-25 Small General Service 07/01/2013
MGS-25 Medium General Service 07/01/2013
SI-25 Seasonal or Intermittent Service 07/01/2013
SGS-TOU-25 Small General Service Time-of-Use 07/01/2013
SGS-TES-25 Small General Service Thermal Energy Storage 07/01/2013
LGS-25 Large General Service 07/01/2013
LGS-TOU-25 Large General Service Time-of-Use 07/01/2013
LGS-RTP-252 Large General Service (Experimental- Real Time Pricing) 07/01/2013
LGS-CUR-TOU-25 Large General Service-Curtailable Time-of-Use 07/01/2013
CSG-251 Church and School Service 07/01/2013
CSE-251 Church and School Service 07/01/2013
GS-25 General Service 07/01/2013
 
Lighting Rate Schedules
TSS-25 Traffic Signal Service 07/01/2013
TFS-25 Traffic Signal Service (Metered) 07/01/2013
ALS-25 Area Lighting Service 07/01/2013
SLS-25 Street Lighting Service 07/01/2013
SLR-25 Street Lighting Service - Residential Subdivisions 07/01/2013
SFLS-25 Sports Field Lighting Service 07/01/2013
 
Retail Riders
7Z1 Standby and Supplementary Service 07/01/2013
9L Highly Fluctuating or Intermittent Loads 07/01/2013

18L

Public Housing Project Service 07/01/2013
28P Military Service 07/01/2013
DSM/EE-5 Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency 07/01/2013
39D Adjustment for Fuel and Variable Environmental Costs 07/01/2013
42E Cotton Ginning 07/01/2013
PaCE-1A Palmetto Clean Energy Program 07/01/2013
58L Curtailable Load 07/01/2013
CL-9A Curtailable Load 07/01/2013
68H1 Dispatched Power (Experimental) 07/01/2013
RECD-2C Residential Service Energy Conservation 07/01/2013
SS-46 Standby Service SS 07/01/2013
NFS3 Supplementary and Non-Firm Standby Service (Experiemental) - NFS 01/01/2014
IPS-6B Incremental Power Service - IPS 07/01/2013
ED-10A Economic Development - ED 07/01/2013
ERD-6A Economic Redevelopment ERD 07/01/2013
US-4A Unmetered Service-US 07/01/2013
PPS-8A Premier Power Service-PPS 07/01/2013
MROP Meter-Related Optional Programs - MROP 10/01/2013
NM-5A Net Metering for Renewable Energy Facilities - NM 07/01/2013
MCM-2A Merger Capacity Mitigation - MCM 07/01/2013
 
Retail DSM/EE Programs
LC-SUM-4A Residential Service -- Load Control 07/01/2013
RS-NES-2A Residential Service Neighborhood Energy Saver Program 07/01/2013
HEIP-4A Residential Service Home Energy Improvement Program 07/01/2013
RS-ARP-2A Residential Service Appliance Recycling Program 07/01/2013
EEL-2A Energy Efficient Lighting Program 07/01/2013
RS-EEB-2A Residential Service Energy Efficient Benchmarking Program 07/01/2013
RNC-2 Residential New Construction - NC 07/01/2013
 
General Service DSM/EE Programs
DRA Demand Response Automation Rider 01/01/2014
DSDR-1A Distribution System Demand Response Program 07/01/2013
CIG EE-4A Commercial, Industrial and Governmental EE Program 07/01/2013
SBES-2A Small Business Energy Saver Program 07/01/2013
     
Administrative Procedures
  Street Lighting Service Regulations 07/01/2013
  Service Regulations 07/01/2013
  Line Extension Plan E-57 07/01/2013
  Standard Service Voltages 07/01/2013
     
Other Tariffs, Contract Forms & Procedures
  Application for Supply of Electricity  
  Application for Sreet Lighting Service and Exhibit No. 1, Company-Owned Street Lighting System  
  Application for Elecric Service for Traffic Signals and Exhibit No. 1, Customer's Traffic Signals Form  
  Application for Standard Contract By a Qualifying Cogenerator or Small Power Producer  
  Premier Power Service Contract Form  
     
Cogeneration Classification
CSP-30A Cogeneration and Small Power Producer 07/01/2013
  Standard Terms and Conditions for the Purchase of Elecric Power 07/01/2013
  Standard for Interconnecting Small Generation 100 kW or Less with Electric Power Systems (EPS) 12/19/2006
     
Load Research Project
EVSE-14 Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program 11/02/2011

*Date Effective represents the most recent date each rate schedule was updated due to fuel cost adjustments, wording changes, rate revisions, etc.
1Not available for new applications
2Experimental tariff ends Dec. 31, 2015
3Experimental tariff ends Dec. 31, 2013