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52 Pa. Code § 121.6. AAO plan filings.

§ 121.6. AAO plan filings.

 (a)  A utility with an approved DSIC shall file with the Commission, for informational purposes, an AAO plan. The AAO plan shall be filed annually with the Commission 60 days after the 12 months of its LTIIP has expired and under this time frame for each successive year of the term of the LTIIP.

 (b)  An AAO plan must include:

   (1)  A description that specifies all the eligible property repaired, improved and replaced in the prior 12-month period under its LTIIP and prior year’s AAO plan.

   (2)  A description of the eligible property to be repaired, improved and replaced in the upcoming 12-month period.

 (c)  If a utility determines that a major modification to its LTIIP is necessary once it has finalized its AAO plan, it shall submit a separate petition for modification as set forth in §  121.5(a) (relating to modifications to and expiration of an LTIIP) to the Commission.

 (d)  An AAO plan will be reviewed by the Commission only to determine whether the utility is in substantial compliance with the repairs, improvements or replacements of the specific eligible property in its approved LTIIP for the corresponding 12-month time frames.

 (e)  Absent any major modifications to the LTIIP or Commission action to reject an AAO plan within 60 days of its submission to the Commission, the AAO plan will be deemed approved. The Commission may extend its consideration period if necessary.

 (f)  If an AAO plan is rejected by the Commission, the utility will be notified of the plan’s deficiencies and actions needed to repair, improve or replace eligible property to bring the utility into compliance with the work schedule in its approved LTIIP. If the utility concludes that it needs to revise its LTIIP to comply with the Commission’s determinations, it shall file a petition for modification under §  121.5.



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