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52 Pa. Code § 54.37. Approval.

§ 54.37. Approval.

 (a)  A license will be issued, authorizing the whole or any part of service requested, if the Commission finds that:

   (1)  The applicant is fit, willing and able to properly perform the service proposed in conformance with applicable provisions of the code and the lawful Commission orders and regulations, specifically including Chapter 56 (relating to Standards and Billing Practices for Residential Utility Service).

   (2)  The proposed service is consistent with the public interest and the policy declared in Chapter 28 of the code (relating to the Electricity Generation Customer Choice and Competition Act. See section 2809(b) of the code (relating to requirements for electric generation suppliers).

 (b)  Completed applications, with all supporting documentation, including any documentation or clarifying information requested by Commission staff, if unprotested, will be processed within 45 days after acceptance by the Commission. If the application is not processed within the time period, the application will be deemed approved. The review period may be extended for a reasonable period of time by Secretarial Letter.

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