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In re: Energy conservation cost recovery clause.

DOCKET NO. 080002-EG


ISSUED: May 30, 2008


By Order No. PSC-08-0168-PCO-EG, issued March 20, 2008, a procedural schedule was established setting forth the controlling dates for this docket. Currently, the Utilities’ Actual/Estimated True-Up and Projection Testimony and Exhibits are due September 5, 2008. In order to allow the utilities ample time to prepare their Actual/Estimated True-Up and Projection Testimony, the date shall be revised to September 12, 2008.
Accordingly, the following revised controlling dates shall govern this case:

Utilities’ Actual/Estimated True-Up and Projection Testimony and Exhibits

September 12, 2008

Intervenors’ Testimony and Exhibits

September 24, 2008

Staff’s Testimony and Exhibits, if any

September 24, 2008

Preliminary List of Issues

September 30, 2008

Utilities’ Rebuttal Testimony and Exhibits

October 7, 2008

Prehearing Statements

October 10, 2008

All other dates established in Order No. PSC-08-0168-PCO-EG shall remain the same.

Based upon the foregoing, it is
ORDERED by Commissioner Katrina J. McMurrian, as Prehearing Officer, that the provisions of this Order shall govern this proceeding unless modified by the Commission. It is further
ORDERED that Order No. PSC-08-0168-PCO-EG is reaffirmed in all other respects.

By ORDER of Commissioner Katrina J. McMurrian, as Prehearing Officer, this  30th day of May, 2008.

/s/ Katrina J. McMurrian


Commissioner and Prehearing Officer

This is an electronic transmission. A copy of the original signature is available from the Commission's website,, or by faxing a request to the Office of Commission Clerk at 1-850-413-7118.

( S E A L )


The Florida Public Service Commission is required by Section 120.569(1), Florida Statutes, to notify parties of any administrative hearing or judicial review of Commission orders that is available under Sections 120.57 or 120.68, Florida Statutes, as well as the procedures and time limits that apply. This notice should not be construed to mean all requests for an administrative hearing or judicial review will be granted or result in the relief sought.
Mediation may be available on a case-by-case basis. If mediation is conducted, it does not affect a substantially interested person's right to a hearing.
Any party adversely affected by this order, which is preliminary, procedural or intermediate in nature, may request: (1) reconsideration within 10 days pursuant to Rule 25-22.0376, Florida Administrative Code; or (2) judicial review by the Florida Supreme Court, in the case of an electric, gas or telephone utility, or the First District Court of Appeal, in the case of a water or wastewater utility. A motion for reconsideration shall be filed with the Office of Commission Clerk, in the form prescribed by Rule 25-22.060, Florida Administrative Code. Judicial review of a preliminary, procedural or intermediate ruling or order is available if review of the final action will not provide an adequate remedy. Such review may be requested from the appropriate court, as described above, pursuant to Rule 9.100, Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure.

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