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To receive a power cost equalization payment, a customer of an eligible electric utility
(1) must be billed by the utility in accordance with the relevant tariff, rate structure, separate demand charge, or minimum charge;
(2) shall make timely payments to the utility, for the electric power purchased, at least annually or on an appropriate schedule throughout the year, and in an amount equal to the required annual payment, if this practice is justified by the community's seasonal economy, the local utility rule, and the economic feasibility of the practice by the local utility; and
(3) shall pay to the utility at least the applicable base amount determined by the commission under AS 42.45.110 and 3 AAC 52.160, plus the difference between the utility rate and the amount of power cost equalization, for each kilowatt-hour consumed.
History: Eff. 2/16/96, Register 137
Authority: AS 42.45.100
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