The North Carolina Utilities Commission is pleased to offer electronic filing. Please review the E-Filing Requirements document below for important information about how to file electronically with the Commission. Note that you must have an NCID login to electronically file with the Commission.
Click HERE to go directly to the Electronic Filing Login page.
Please refer to this order to view rule changes in regards to electronic filings.
Note: Docket numbers must be written on all electronic correspondence in accordance with Commission rules. Electronic filings received without docket numbers will be rejected: Rule R1-8. DOCKET NUMBERS REQUIRED ON PLEADINGS AND PAPERS All pleadings, papers and correspondence relating to formal proceedings to which docket numbers have been assigned shall refer to such docket numbers.
Note: Please note that it may take 10 to 15 minutes after submission of a filing for it to be processed by the Clerk’s Office. Therefore, you may want to submit your filing at least by 4:30 p.m. on the day that it is due in order to allow sufficient time to refile before the end of the day if your filing is rejected for any reason. You may also want to contact the Clerk’s Office in advance if you plan to make a filing late on the day that it is due so that they can anticipate your filing and offer any necessary assistance.
Documents filed with the Commission are public records and, unless marked as confidential, are made available to the public on the Commission’s web site. Anyone filing a document with the Commission should carefully review the document before filing to ensure that no personally identifying information is included in the public version of the document. Personally identifying information includes social security or employer taxpayer identification numbers; driver’s license, State identification card, or passport numbers; banking account information or PIN codes; and similar personal information as defined in N.C.G.S. 14 113.20(b). Any document filed with the Commission that includes personally identifying information should be marked as confidential and filed confidentially together with a redacted public version of the document in which the personally identifying information has been deleted or obscured. Renewed attention is being placed on this matter to ensure protection of personally identifying information from disclosure as the Commission is implementing a new docket system which will provide full text search capability to the public. Please contact the Clerk’s Office at (919) 733 7328 if you have any questions.
While logged in users can also subscribe to dockets, companies or company types. For assistance please refer to the subscription user guide below. Also for searching tips (as well as how to properly format docket numbers), refer to the search tips document.