Public Utilities – Energy – S.C. Contract – Civil Practice – Mootness – Customer WithdrawalIn re Duke Energy Carolinas, LLC's Advance Notice of Purchase Power Agreement. Duke Energy proposed selling energy to the S.C. town of Orangeburg, and the N.C. Utilities Commission ruled on the proposal. Duke and Orangeburg appealed, but then Orangeburg voluntarily withdrew from the proposed energy contract. This appeal is moot, and we decline to address the commission's ruling under either the public interest or the "capable of repetition, yet evading review" doctrines. Appeal dismissed.
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Published: November 23, 2010
Time posted: 11:01 am
Tags: Civil Practice, Customer Withdrawal, Energy, mootness, Public Utilities, S.C. Contract, Utilities Commission