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(1) "building" means a single erected structure, roofed and enclosed within exterior walls, built for permanent use, framed of component structural parts and unified in its entirety both physically and in operation for residential or commercial occupancy;
(2) "commercial unit" means that portion of a building or premises which is normally used for commercial purposes;
(3) "electric consumer" means a person or a public or private entity to which electric energy is sold. other than for purposes of resale, by a regulated public utility;
(4) "gas consumer" means a person or a public or private entity to which natural gas is sold, other than for purposes of resale by a public utility;
(5) "mobile home park" means a parcel of land which is used for the accommodation of occupied mobile homes;
(6) "multiple-occupancy building" means a building which is designed to house more than one residential or commercial unit;
(7) "rate" means
(A) a price, rate, charge, or classification made, demanded, observed, or received with respect to the sale of utility services to a utility consumer;
(B) a rule, regulation, condition, or practice respecting a rate, charge, or classification; and
(C) a contract pertaining to the sale of utility services to a utility consumer;
(8) "rate schedule" means the designation of the rates which an electric utility charges for electric energy; and
(9) "residential unit" means one or more rooms for use by one or more persons as a housekeeping unit which provides living, sleeping, cooking and sanitation accommodations.
History: Eff. 10/15/82, Register 84
Authority: AS 42.05.141 (a)
AS 42.05.151 (a)
AS 42.05.291 (c)
AS 42.05.411 (a)
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