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20-0434-EL-COI

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Case Title: IN THE MATTER OF THE COMMISSION'S INVESTIGATION INTO ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING SERVICE IN THE STATE.
Status: OPEN-OPEN
Industry Code: EL-ELECTRIC
Purpose Code: COI-Commission inquiry
Date Opened: 2/25/2020
Date Closed:
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01/06/2022Notice of withdrawal of Counsel electronically filed by Mr. Matthew R. Pritchard on behalf of Industrial Energy Users.3
12/30/2021Notice of Withdrawal of Counsel electronically filed by Ms. Rebekah J. Glover on behalf of Industrial Energy Users-Ohio3
12/22/2021Notice of Withdrawal of Counsel of Miranda Leppla on Behalf of Environmental Law & Policy Center electronically filed by Ms. Janean R. Weber on behalf of Environmental Law & Policy Center.4
12/21/2021Notice of Appearance of Counsel of Janean Weber electronically filed by Ms. Janean R Weber on behalf of Environmental Law & Policy Center and Janean Weber.4
12/15/2021Notice of Appearance of Counsel and Change of Affiliation of Christopher C. Hollon electronically filed by Mr. Christopher C. Hollon on behalf of The Dayton Power and Light Company d/b/a AES Ohio.4
12/14/2021Notice of Withdrawal of Counsel of Miranda Leppla electronically filed by Chris Tavenor on behalf of The Ohio Environmental Council.11
11/08/2021Notice of Withdrawal of Counsel electronically filed by Mr. Michael J. Schuler on behalf of The Dayton Power and Light Company d/b/a AES Ohio.3
10/12/2021Notice of Withdrawal of Counsel electronically filed by Mr. Trent A Dougherty on behalf of Ohio Environmental Council.10
08/09/2021Notice of Withdrawal of Counsel and Designation of Counsel of Record of Environmental Law and Policy Center electronically filed by Ms. Caroline Cox on behalf of Environmental Law and Policy Center.7
07/01/2020Service Notice8
07/01/2020Finding & Order finding that any person, firm, copartnership, voluntary association, joint-stock association, company, or corporation, wherever organized or incorporated, which is providing electric vehicle charging service in this state, is not engaged in the business of supplying electricity for light, heat, or power purposes to consumers within this state, and, therefore, does not qualify as an “electric light company” or public utility pursuant to R.C. 4905.02 and 4905.03. Consequently, the Commission’s jurisdiction does not extend to an entity’s provision of electric vehicle charging service electronically filed by Heather A Chilcote on behalf of Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.20
04/08/2020Reply comments of Greenlots electronically filed by Mr. Joshua J Cohen on behalf of Greenlots.8
04/07/2020Reply Comments of The Dayton Power and Light Company electronically filed by Mr. Michael J Schuler on behalf of The Dayton Power and Light Company.4
04/07/2020Reply Comments of Ohio Edison Company, The Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company, and The Toledo Edison Company electronically filed by Ms. Emily V Danford on behalf of The Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company and Ohio Edison Company and The Toledo Edison Company.5
04/07/2020Reply Comments by the Office of the Ohio Consumers' Counsel electronically filed by Ms. Deb J. Bingham on behalf of Healey, Christopher Mr.10
 
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Attorney General:
Attorney Examiner:
Hicks, David
Sandor, Matthew