Carolina
Utility
Customers
Association,
Inc.

Meetings

Sharon C. Miller, Executive Director
Carolina Utility Customers Association, Inc.
Suite 210, Trawick Professional Center
1708 Trawick Road
Raleigh, North Carolina 27604

Office: (919) 212-2880
Fax: (919) 212-6808
E-Mail: cuca@cucainc.org

OVERVIEW ● BENEFITS ● SERVICES
  • Statewide Manufacturers Trade Association that was established in 1983
  • Twenty-three years of experience in representing the manufacturing community
  • An active and continuing industrial voice before regulatory agencies and the General Assembly
  • Plays a major role in shaping gas, electric and telecom rates in North Carolina
  • Recognized as industrial advocate and leader in utility matters
  • Cost-effective, consistent, and efficient vehicle/forum to address energy issues and control regulated utility costs
  • Complete monitoring, reporting, representation on energy issues
  • Intervention in all relevant electrical, natural gas, and telecom proceedings
  • Access to staff, attorney, and consultant on individual energy matters
  • Provides continuity and follow-up on the various activities and problems which arise almost daily concerning utility rates and services in North Carolina
  • Weekly Fuel & Energy Report
  • Participation in meetings and on committees to learn/share energy information
 

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES/GOALS

  • Protect member interests in energy issues before regulatory, legislative & judicial bodies
  • Ensure adequate, reliable supply of utility services
  • Energy services are provided at fair, equitable, cost-based rates

 

SUMMARY REMARKS

  • Singular focus to secure reliable energy services at lowest possible cost for industrials
  • Confront inequitable energy pricing mechanisms/seek regulatory and/or legislative relief
  • Provides compelling, analytical data on pertinent energy issues impacting industrials
  • Responds to and addresses all relevant utility matters in the regulatory and legislative arenas
  • CUCA’s mission is to help preserve members’ profits
  • Passivity provides no protection in the regulatory and legislative arenas
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