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52 Pa. Code § 121.3. LTIIP.

§ 121.3. LTIIP.

 (a)  A utility seeking to implement a DSIC mechanism or to continue a previously-approved DSIC mechanism shall file an LTIIP. The LTIIP must include the following elements:

   (1)  Identification of types and age of eligible property owned and operated by the utility for which it is seeking DSIC recovery.

   (2)  An initial schedule for planned repair and replacement of eligible property.

   (3)  A general description of location of eligible property.

   (4)  A reasonable estimate of quantity of eligible property to be improved or repaired.

   (5)  Projected annual expenditures and means to finance the expenditures.

   (6)  A description of the manner in which infrastructure replacement will be accelerated and how repair, improvement or replacement will ensure and maintain adequate, efficient, safe, reliable and reasonable service to customers.

   (7)  A workforce management and training program designed to ensure that the utility will have access to a qualified workforce to perform work in a cost-effective, safe and reliable manner.

   (8)  A description of a utility’s outreach and coordination activities with other utilities, Department of Transportation and local governments regarding the planned maintenance/construction projects and roadways that may be impacted by the LTIIP.

 (b)  The LTIIP must address only the specific property eligible for DSIC recovery.

Cross References

   This section cited in 52 Pa. Code §  65.54 (relating to petitioning the Commission for a LSLR program); 52 Pa. Code §  66.34 (relating to petitioning the Commission for a DWSL program); 52 Pa. Code §  121.4 (relating to filing and Commission review procedures); and 52 Pa. Code §  121.5 (relating to modifications to and expiration of an LTIIP).

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