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(a) The commission will require an attaching utility to compensate a pole-owning utility for joint use of a pole, in an amount comprised of the sum of the following two elements:
(1) the additional costs to the pole-owning utility for modifications or additions required by the attaching utility's joint use of a pole;
(2) an annual amount determined by multiplying the percentage of total usable space on a pole occupied by the attaching utility's facilities times the total annual cost of the jointly used pole.
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In the formula in this subsection, "net investment" is the pole-owning utility's average net investment per pole when the formula is used to calculate a rate per pole.
(c) A pole-owning utility that maintains separate cost-of-service records for different geographic districts within the pole-owning utility's service territory shall use records from the geographic district in which the joint use poles are located in calculating the joint use compensation rate using the formula in (b) of this section.
History: Eff. 5/8/88, Register 106; am 2/2/2003, Register 165
Authority: AS 42.05.151
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