Proposed Orders and Legal Briefs were filed with the IURC 12/18/2020 in the Vectren EDG Tariff case to replace net metering
INDIANA OFFICE OF UTILITY CONSUMER COUNSELOR’S AND THE JOINT PARTIES’ BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF PROPOSED ORDER
The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor (“OUCC”), Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana, Inc., Environmental Law & Policy Center, Indiana Distributed Energy Alliance, Solar United Neighbors, Solarize Indiana, and Vote Solar, by counsel, submit this brief in support of its proposed order recommending that the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (“Commission”) deny the proposal by Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company d/b/a Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana, Inc. (“Vectren”) for an Excess Distributed Generation (“EDG”) Tariff, as the proposal does not comply with the statutory requirements of Ind. Code ch. 8-1-40 et seq. Click links below to read both the Proposed Order and Legal Brief.
SUBMISSION OF AND BRIEF IN SUPPORT
OF FINDINGS RELATING TO DETERMINATION OF
“EXCESS DISTRIBUTED GENERATION” IN PROPOSED ORDER
Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company d/b/a Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana, Inc., a CenterPoint Energy Company (“Vectren South” or “Petitioner”), by counsel, respectfully submits for the Commission’s consideration and use the form of proposed Order attached hereto. The principal issue in this proceeding is whether Vectren South’s proposal to instantaneously net the two components of “excess distributed generation” set forth in Ind. Code § 8-1-40-5 is consistent with that statute and in the public interest.
The next filing is January 15, 2021, when all parties will file their Reply Briefs and Exceptions with the IURC.