Supreme Court of North Carolina.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA ex rel. UTILITIES COMMISSION; PUBLIC STAFF –NORTH CAROLINA UTILITIES COMMISSION; DUKE ENERGY CAROLINAS, LLC; DUKE ENERGY PROGRESS, LLC; VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY d/b/a Dominion North Carolina Power v. NORTH CAROLINA WASTE AWARENESS AND REDUCTION NETWORK
Decided: May 11, 2018
Robert B. Josey, Jr. and David T. Drooz, Staff Attorneys for defendant-appellee Public Staff – North Carolina Utilities Commission. Allen Law Offices, PLLC, by Dwight W. Allen; and Lawrence B. Somers, Deputy General Counsel, Duke Energy Corporation; for defendant-appellees Duke Energy Progress, LLC and Duke Energy Carolinas, LLC. McGuireWoods, LLP, by E. Brett Breitschwerdt, Andrea R. Kells, and Valyce M. Davis, for defendant-appellee Virginia Electric and Power Company d/b/a Dominion Energy North Carolina. Law Offices of F. Bryan Brice, Jr., by Matthew D. Quinn; and John D. Runkle for plaintiff-appellant North Carolina Waste Awareness and Reduction Network. Perrin W. de Jong for Center for Biological Diversity, Food and Water Watch, Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace, Inc., and Institute for Local Self-Reliance; and Howard M. Crystal, pro hac vice, and Anchun Jean Su, pro hac vice, for Center for Biological Diversity, amici curiae. Burns, Day & Presnell, P.A., by Daniel C. Higgins, for North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency, North Carolina Municipal Power Agency Number 1, and ElectriCities of North Carolina, Inc., amici curiae.