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(a) An eligible electric utility shall install and maintain
(1) operational equipment designed to meter power consumption of its utility customers, including community facilities and power stations;
(2) a fuel meter on the day tank to record the amount of fuel used to generate electric power on a daily basis;
(3) an appropriate master meter or totalizing meter and demand register to measure the electric power generated at the main bus-bar; and
(4) a station service meter to measure the power consumed by the utility for lights and heat for the power plant.
(b) No metering is required for street lights.
(c) An electric utility that has technical or financial problems in implementing the metering requirements in (a) of this section may petition the authority for technical assistance.
(d) The authority will, in its discretion, exempt an electric utility from the requirements of (a) of this section if the authority determines that compliance is not practicable. The exemption will remain in effect until the authority determines that the conditions for which it was granted no longer exist.
(e) An electric utility owning or operating any new generating plant built or upgraded after October 28, 1989 is not eligible for the exemption in (d) of this section.
(f) Failure to comply with (a) of this section or to secure an exemption under (d) of this section, means that non-metered electric utility customers, including community facilities, are not eligible to receive power cost equalization credits.
History: Eff. 2/16/96, Register 137
Authority: AS 42.45.100
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