Aug 19, 2014
Indianapolis Power & Light Co. (IPL) is requesting IURC approval of an alternative regulatory plan that would facilitate the City of Indianapolis' proposal to create an electric vehicle car sharing program for public use.
According to the utility's testimony, an average residential customer's monthly bill (for 1,000 kilowatt hours) would rise by 44 cents to pay for the program.
The OUCC has filed testimony & exhibits supporting the project but opposing the requested use of ratepayer funding. Please see the agency's June 20, 2014 news release for a summary.
- OUCC Testimony: Stippler (20 pages)
- OUCC Testimony: Rutter (131 pages)
- OUCC Testimony: Gruca (18 pages)
To review testimony filed by IPL and the City, along with other case documents, please visit the IURC's Electronic Document System and enter docket number 44478.
The OUCC issued news releases on May 27 and August 4 to invite consumer comments. An IURC public field hearing was held on Wednesday, August 13 at Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School
The July 23 evidentiary hearing in this case has been continued to Friday, August 22, 2014 at 9:30 a.m., in Room 222 of the PNC Center (101 W. Washington St.) in Indianapolis.
For an overview of the case process, please see the OUCC's Guide to State Utility Regulatory Proceedings. This page will be updated based on case developments.
NOTE FROM POSTER: To show your support for the OUCC's opposition and get your voice in as additional testimony on this issue, be sure to email email@example.com and reference Cause Number 44478.