Alaska Statutes.
Title 44. State Government
Chapter 83. Alaska Energy Authority
Section 990. Definitions.
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AS 44.83.990. Definitions.

In this chapter, unless the context requires otherwise,

(1) "authority" means the Alaska Energy Authority established by this chapter;

(2) "bonds" means bonds, notes, or other obligations of the authority issued under this chapter;

(3) "feasibility study"

(A) means a study conducted for the purpose of establishing the economic and environmental practicality of completing a proposed power project under former AS 44.83.181 ;

(B) includes engineering and design work to meet the requirements for submission of a license application for a proposed new project to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission;

(4) "person" includes a public agency in addition to the entities set out in AS 01.10.060 (a)(8);

(5) "power" includes any and all electrical energy generated, distributed, bought, or sold for purposes of lighting, heating, power, and every other useful purpose;

(6) "power project" or "project" means a plant, works, system, or facility, together with related or necessary facilities and appurtenances, including a divided or undivided interest in or a right to the capacity of a power project or project, that is used or is useful for the purpose of

(A) electrical or thermal energy production other than nuclear energy production;

(B) waste energy utilization and energy conservation; or

(C) transmission, purchase, sale, exchange, and interchange of electrical or thermal energy, including district heating or interties;

(7) "public agency" means any city or other municipal corporation, political subdivision, governmental unit, or public corporation created by or under the laws of this state or of another state of the United States, and any state or the United States, and any person, board, or other body declared by the laws of any state or the United States to be a department, agency, or instrumentality of them.

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