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Duke Energy Progress South Carolina Rates & Tariffs

Duke Energy Energy Progress South Carolina Index of Rate Schedules

The Public Service Commission of South Carolina approved new fuel factor for all South Carolina retail customers effective for bills rendered on and after July 1, 2016. The net effect of the Commission's decision is a decrease of $2.56 per 1000 kWh of usage for residential customers. The new Series 38 rates reflect this decrease. Bill messages are being printed on all bills for the next 30 days advising customers of this change.


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Residential Rate Schedules *Date Effective
  Residential Service/RES 07/01/2016
  Residential Service Time-of-Use/R-TOUD 07/01/2016
  Residential Service All-Energy Time-of-Use/TOU 07/01/2016
General Service Rate Schedules
  Small General Service/SGS 07/01/2016
  Medium General Service/MGS 07/01/2016
  Seasonal or Intermittent Service/SI 07/01/2016
  Small General Service Time-of-Use/SGS-TOU 07/01/2016
  Small General Service Thermal Energy Storage/SGS-TES 07/01/2016
  Large General Service/LGS 07/01/2016
  Large General Service Time-of-Use/LGS-TOU 07/01/2016
  Large General Service/LGS-RTP (Experimental - Real Time Pricing)2 07/01/2016
  Large General Service-Curtailable Time-of-Use/LGS-CUR-TOU 07/01/2016
  Church and School Service/CSG1 07/01/2016
  Church and School Service/CSE1 07/01/2016
  General Service/GS 07/01/2016
Lighting Rate Schedules
  Traffic Signal Service/TSS 07/01/2016
  Traffic Signal Service (Metered)/TFS 07/01/2016
  Area Lighting Service/ALS 07/01/2016
  Street Lighting Service/SLS 07/01/2016
  Street Lighting Service - Residential Subdivisions/SLR 07/01/2016
  Sports Field Lighting Service/SFLS 07/01/2016
Retail Riders
  Standby and Supplementary Service/Rider 71 08/01/2015
  Highly Fluctuating or Intermittent Loads/Rider 9 08/01/2015
  Public Housing Project Service/Rider 18 08/01/2015
  Military Service/Rider 28 08/01/2015
  Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency/Rider DSM-EE 01/01/2016
  Adjustment for Fuel, Variable Environmental, Avoided Capacity and DERP Program Costs/Rider 39 07/01/2016
  Cotton Ginning/Rider 42 08/01/2015
  Palmetto Clean Energy Program/Rider PaCE 08/01/2015
  Curtailable Load/Rider 58 07/01/2016
  Curtailable Load/Rider CL 07/01/2016
  Dispatched Power (Experimental)/Rider 681 08/01/2015
  Residential Service Energy Conservation/Rider RECD 08/01/2015
  Standby Service/Rider SS 07/01/2016
  Supplementary and Non-Firm Standby Service (Experimental)/Rider NFS3 10/21/2015
  Incremental Power Service/Rider IPS 08/01/2015
  Economic Development/Rider ED 08/01/2015
  Economic Redevelopment/Rider ERD 08/01/2015
  Unmetered Service/Rider US 08/01/2015
  Premier Power Service/Rider PPS 08/01/2015
  Meter-Related Optional Programs/Rider MROP 08/01/2015
  Net Metering for Renewable Energy Facilities/Rider NM 08/12/2015
  Renewable Net Metering Rider RNM 08/10/2016
  Residential Solar Rebate Program RSRP 08/10/2016
  Nonresidential Solar Rebate Program NSRP 08/10/2016
  Shared Solar Rider SSR 07/15/2015
Retail DSM/EE Programs
  Residential Service – Load Control/Rider LC-SUM 08/01/2015
  Residential Service Neighborhood Energy Saver Program/RS-NES 08/01/2015
  Residential Service Home Energy Improvement Program/HEIP 04/20/2016
  Residential Service Appliance Recycling Program/RS-ARP 08/01/2015
  Energy Efficient Lighting Program/EEL 08/01/2015
  My Home Energy Report Program/RS-HERP 08/01/2015
  Residential New Construction/RNC 03/09/2016
  Energy Efficiency Education Program/EEE 08/01/2015
  Residential Multi-Family Energy Efficiency Program/MEE 08/01/2015
  Residential Save Energy and Water Kit Program/SEW 09/23/2015
  Residential Energy Assessment Program/REA 03/09/2016
General Service DSM/EE Programs
  Demand Response Automation Rider/DRA 01/01/2016
  Distribution System Demand Response Program/DSDR 08/01/2015
  Commercial, Industrial and Governmental EE Program/CIG-EE 01/01/2016
  Small Business Energy Saver Program/SBES 01/01/2016
  Business Energy Report Program/BER 08/01/2015
  Energy Wise for Business Rider EWB 01/01/2016
Administrative Procedures
  Street Lighting Service Regulations 08/01/2015
  Service Regulations 08/01/2015
  Line Extension Plan E 07/01/2016
  Standard Service Voltages 08/01/2015
Other Tariffs, Contract Forms & Procedures
  Application for Supply of Electricity  
  Application for Street Lighting Service and Exhibit No. 1, Company-Owned Street Lighting System  
  Application for Electric Service for Traffic Signals and Exhibit No. 1, Customer's Traffic Signals Form  
  Purchase Power Agreement By a Qualifying Cogenerator or Small Power Producer  
  Premier Power Service Contract Form  
Cogeneration Classification
  Purchased Power Schedule PP 07/01/2016
  Terms and Conditions for the Purchase of Electric Power 07/01/2016
  South Carolina Generator Interconnection Procedures, Forms and Agreements 04/26/2016

*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, 2018
3Experimental tariff ends Dec. 31, 2018