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A participating electric utility shall
(1) install and maintain adequate meters to measure kilowatt-hours of generation, fuel consumption, and energy consumption by all ratepayers as prescribed by 3 AAC 107.200;
(2) make reasonable efforts to minimize administrative, operating, and overhead costs, including use of the best available technology consistent with sound utility management practices;
(3) cooperate with appropriate state agencies to implement cost-effective energy conservation measures and to plan for and implement feasible alternatives to diesel generation; and
(4) file a monthly report with the Alaska Energy Authority in accordance with the requirements of AS 42.45.110 (h)(1) and 42.45.170(a)(2).
History: Eff. 10/28/89, Register 112; am 5/18/96, Register 138; am 9/11/2004, Register 171
Authority: AS 42.05.141
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