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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 108 . Financial and Technical Assistance for Energy Systems, Facilities, and Equipment
Section 110. Eligibility for and authority prioritization of assistance

3 AAC 108.110. Eligibility for and authority prioritization of assistance

(a) Utilities, municipalities, school districts, unincorporated villages, community associations, Native corporations, councils organized under 25 U.S.C. 476, traditional councils, and other persons providing power or fuel to the public in one or more communities are eligible for assistance under 3 AAC 108.100 - 3 AAC 108.130.

(b) To prioritize its assistance for bulk fuel storage facility upgrades, the authority will evaluate and rank deficiencies and needs for upgraded community bulk fuel storage facilities in each community in the state that

(1) has a population of at least 20 but less than 2,000;

(2) is not predominantly a military or industrial site;

(3) has significant bulk fuel storage needs; and

(4) is either located off an interconnected road system or, if located on an interconnected road system, is more than 20 miles from Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Kenai, Ketchikan, Kodiak, Nikiski, Sitka, Soldotna, Valdez, or another major fuel distribution center.

(c) To prioritize its assistance for power system upgrades, the authority will evaluate and rank deficiencies and needs for upgraded community power systems in each community in the state that

(1) has a population of at least 20 but less than 2,000;

(2) is not predominantly a military or industrial site;

(3) has a central community power system; and

(4) is not connected to the Railbelt (Homer-Seward-Anchorage-Fairbanks), Four Dam Pool (Glenallen-Valdez, Wrangell-Petersburg, Ketchikan, Kodiak), or Juneau power distribution systems.

(d) The authority may reevaluate and modify its evaluations and rankings based on changed assumptions or new information. The authority will publish and periodically update its rankings on its Internet web site.

(e) In providing assistance under 3 AAC 108.100 - 3 AAC 108.130, the authority will give priority to those communities found in the authority's evaluations and rankings under (b) and (c) of this section to have the greatest needs for assistance. The authority may revise its prioritization based on

(1) requirements of federal or state agencies or other entities providing money;

(2) the authority's determination of a recipient's readiness to proceed with the project;

(3) the recipient's ability to meet conditions for assistance under 3 AAC 108.120; or

(4) cost-effectiveness factors.

History: Eff. 3/25/2005, Register 173

Authority: AS 44.83.080


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