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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 52 . Telecommunications
Section 690. Definitions

3 AAC 52.690. Definitions

Unless the context indicates otherwise, in 3 AAC 52.600 - 3 AAC 52.690

(1) "commission" means the Regulatory Commission of Alaska;

(2) "community facility" means a facility determined by the Alaska Energy Authority to be a community facility as defined in AS 42.45.150 (1) and 3 AAC 107.270(b) ;

(3) "fuel surcharge" means a fuel cost rate adjustment, a cost-of-power adjustment, or any similar mechanism;

(4) "kilowatt-hour sold" means all electric energy delivered by a utility to consumers and includes energy furnished by the utility to a consumer free of charge;

(5) "nonregulated participating electric utility" means a utility that is exempt from the provisions of AS 42.05, except for the provisions of AS 42.05.221 - 42.05.281, or from all the provisions of AS 42.05;

(6) "participating electric utility" means an eligible electric utility as defined in AS 42.45.150 (2) that receives payments from the power cost equalization fund;

(7) "regulated participating electric utility" means a utility as defined in AS 42.05.990 (4)(A) that is subject to the provisions of AS 42.05;

(8) "substantial inventory capacity" means fuel storage capacity exceeding 10 percent of annual usage.

(9) "PCE" means power cost equalization.

History: Eff. 10/28/89, Register 112; am 5/18/96, Register 138; am 4/24/2004, Register 170; am 9/11/2004, Register 171

Authority: AS 42.05.141

AS 42.05.151

AS 42.05.990

AS 42.45.110

AS 42.45.130

AS 42.45.160

AS 42.45.170

Editor's note: For Alaska Energy Authority regulations regarding the power cost equalization program, see 3 AAC 107.200 - 3 AAC 107.270.

As of Register 151 (October 1999), the regulations attorney under AS 44.62.125 (b)(6) made technical conforming amendments to 3 AAC 52.690(3) to implement ch. 58, SLA 1999.

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