Implementation of Reporting Requirements of Executive Orders No. 142 and 124
Executive Order No. 124, issued March 31, 2020, requires all Electric, Gas, Water and/or Wastewater Utility Service Providers to report information to the North Carolina Utilities Commission. That Executive Order was extended by E.O. 142 on May 30, 2020. Utility Service Provider reports for the month ending June 30 will be accepted starting July 1 and are due by end of day July 7. Utility Service Providers that provide more than one type of service should complete the form separately for each service, if possible. While all questions are important and should be answered if possible, the form only requires answers to questions marked with an *.

If your accounting systems and/or customer classifications do not allow you to report on residential and non-residential accounts separately, enter all account Information as residential and enter 0 for non-residential.
Utility Service Provider Name *
Utility Service Being Reported on. Utility Service Providers that provide more than one type of service should complete this form separately for each service type, if possible. *
Choose the ownership type that best describes your utility’s ownership/governance structure. *
For Investor Owned Utilities, the prefix of Utility Service Provider's NCUC Docket Number if known (e.g. E-2, W-218)
Contact Name *
Email Address of Contact Person *
Do your systems allow you to report residential and non-residential account information separately? (If no, enter all account information as residential, and enter 0 for non-residential, in subsequent questions.) *
Total amount of residential account billings (dollars) that were considered past due as of June 30, 2020.
Total amount of non-residential billings (dollars) that were considered past due as of June 30, 2020.
Total number of residential accounts that were considered past due as of June 30, 2020.
Total number of non-residential accounts that were considered past due as of June 30, 2020.
Total number of residential accounts as of June 30, 2020. *
Total number of non-residential accounts as of June 30, 2020. *
Total number of residential accounts that were past due last year on June 30, 2019.
Total number of non-residential accounts that were past due last year on June 30, 2019.
Total amount of billings (dollars) from all accounts (residential and non-residential) that were considered past due last year as of June 30, 2019.
Number of residential accounts that became eligible to be disconnected in the month ending June 30, 2020 that were not disconnected. *
Number of non-residential accounts that became eligible to be disconnected in the month ending June 30, 2020 that were not disconnected. *
Number of residential reconnections implemented in the month ending June 30, 2020. *
Number of non-residential reconnections implemented in the month ending June 30, 2020. *
Amount of late fees or other penalties not charged to residential customers in the month ending June 30, 2020. *
Amount of late fees or other penalties not charged to non-residential customers in the month ending June 30, 2020. *
Number of residential accounts for which extended repayment plans were established in the month ending June 30, 2020. *
Number of non-residential accounts for which extended repayment plans were established in the month ending June 30, 2020. *
Primary actions the Utility Service Provider took during June to notify customers of the provisions related to utility service in Executive Orders 124/142. *
Other information that you’d like to provide at this time:
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