HTML has links - PDF has Authentication
480-80-103  <<  480-80-104 >>   480-80-105

PDFWAC 480-80-104

Transmittal letter.

A utility must submit a transmittal letter with all tariff and contract filings. The transmittal letter must:
(1) Identify all new tariffs or contracts, or identify the tariff or contract changes;
(2) Explain in understandable terms why the tariff or contract filing is being submitted;
(3) Specify the changes requested in clear and concise terms and define any acronyms used;
(4) Refer to the commonly used name of the service, the advice number, if known, and the docket number, if applicable;
(5) Include the advice number if the utility uses consecutively numbered advice letters;
(6) Describe the general effect of, and reasons for, tariff or contract filings involving only text changes;
(7) Describe which services are affected, and the dollar amount and percentage of increase or decrease if the filing is a rate change. If a combination of changes is filed (i.e., increases and decreases), each change should be described, as well as the net effect on company revenues; and
(8) If the utility does not include an authorizing signature on the tariff sheets, include a statement certifying that the submitting person has authority to issue tariff revisions on behalf of the utility.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 80.01.040 and 80.04.180. WSR 02-11-081 (Docket No. U-991301, General Order No. R-498), ยง 480-80-104, filed 5/14/02, effective 6/17/02.]
Site Contents
Selected content listed in alphabetical order under each group