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(a) No electric utility operating in direct competition with one or more electric utilities within the same geographical area may construct or install electric facilities or provide a service connection for a customer located within a disputed service area without the approval of the commission.
(b) The commission will grant approval to provide a service connection for a customer located within a disputed area if
(1) the utility requesting approval receives the concurrence of the competing utility and submits to the commission a signed "Waiver of Objection" on a form provided by the commission; or
(2) a determination is made by the commission, after hearing, that one or the other of the utilities is the appropriate one to provide the service.
History: Eff. 8/11/76, Register 59
Authority: AS 42.05.151 (a)
AS 42.05.221 (d)
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