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03/02: The North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) issued an interim report regarding the Investigation of Green and Public Benefit Fund Voluntary Check-Off Programs to the Study Commission on the Future of Electric Service in North Carolina. According to the report, the NCUC requested "that the Commission continue to work with the stakeholders to implement a statewide green power program for North Carolina," but "not adopt a voluntary public benefit fund check-off program at this time." The Commission wanted to concentrate voluntary contributions on green power because public benefit programs were already successful and well established at the time.

2/01: The North Carolina Utilities Commission issued an order that initiates an investigation "on the creation of voluntary "green" and "public benefit fund" check-off programs." The NCUC will issue a report to the Study Commission on the Future of Electric Service. A hearing will be held on April 3, 2001 to discuss the comments of the Carolina Power & Light Company, Duke Power, Dominion North Carolina Power, North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation, ElectriCities of North Carolina, Inc.

9/97: The PUC reopened electric restructuring Docket concerning emerging issues in the electric industry.

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