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52 Pa. Code § 121.5. Modifications to and expiration of an LTIIP.

§ 121.5. Modifications to and expiration of an LTIIP.

 (a)  If a utility elects to modify a Commission-approved LTIIP during its term to incorporate a major modification to any of the elements in §  121.3(a) (relating to LTIIP), the utility shall file a separate petition for modification. The utility shall clearly identify the change and explain the operational, financial or other justification for the change in its petition. The petition will be subject to notice and an opportunity to be heard by interested parties. Parties shall have 30 days to file comments to the petition.

 (b)  Minor modifications to an LTIIP that are changes that do not qualify as major modifications as defined in §  121.2 (relating to definitions) will be addressed concurrent with Commission staff’s review of the utility’s AAO plan, if applicable.

 (c)  A utility seeking to continue its DSIC mechanism after expiration of its LTIIP shall file a new LTIIP with the Commission at least 120 days prior to the expiration of a currently-effective LTIIP. The new LTIIP must contain the elements in §  121.3(a) and is subject to the review under §  121.4 (relating to filing and Commission review procedures). If the utility fails to file a new LTIIP before the expiration of its prior LTIIP, the approved DSIC mechanism will terminate upon expiration of the prior LTIIP.

Cross References

   This section cited in 52 Pa. Code §  121.6 (relating to AAO plan filings).



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