- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 44. State Government
- Chapter 83. Alaska Energy Authority
- Section 396. Operation of Power Project.
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AS 44.83.396. Operation of Power Project.
- (a) A power project that was acquired or constructed as part of the former energy program for Alaska is owned, and shall
be administered, by the authority.
- (b) When a power project has been acquired or constructed by the authority, the project may be operated for the authority
under a contract or lease entered into by a qualified utility and the authority.
- (c) The authority shall enter into a contract or lease under reasonable terms and conditions to permit the applicant
utility to operate the power project when the applicant utility is the only wholesale power customer to be served
directly by the power project unless the authority determines a utility making application for a contract or lease to
operate a power project is not a qualified utility or is not capable of operating that power project efficiently and in
a manner that is consistent with national standards for the industry and with agreements with bondholders.
- (d) The authority shall adopt regulations to determine the manner of selecting a qualified utility to operate a power
project under a contract or lease when there is more than one wholesale power customer to be served directly by the
- (e) When the authority permits a power project to be operated by a qualified utility under a contract or lease, the
- (1) review and approve the annual budget for the operation and maintenance of the power project; and
- (2) assure that the project is being operated efficiently and in a manner that is consistent with national standards for
the industry and agreements with bondholders.
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