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WAC 194-22-130

Curtailment administration—State appeals board.

(1) In the event that mandatory curtailment is ordered, the state shall form an electricity curtailment appeals board (board) to process consumer requests for either exemption or adjustment of base year data where the consumer is appealing a utility determination. The board shall consist of twelve members: The director of the department of community, trade, and economic development or designee who shall serve as chair, the chair of the Washington utilities and transportation commission or designee, and one representative from each of the following groups as appointed by the governor; public utility districts, cooperative, municipal, and investor-owned utilities, county and municipal government, commercial and industrial users, and two citizens at large.
(2) The board will:
(a) Develop its own plans and procedures for hearing appeals;
(b) Initiate communications with utilities for receiving appeals; and
(c) Provide information to the governor for any case in which the board refuses to grant the requested exemption or adjustment.
(3) Throughout the appeals process, the state will periodically inform the appealing consumers and their respective utilities of the status of the appeals.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.21F.045. WSR 99-21-008, § 194-22-130, filed 10/8/99, effective 11/8/99; WSR 94-20-103, § 194-22-130, filed 10/4/94, effective 11/4/94.]
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