§ 58.16. Advisory panels.
(a) Creation. A covered utility shall create and maintain a Usage Reduction Program Advisory Panel to provide consultation and advice to the company regarding usage reduction services.
(b) Membership. No more than one representative from an organization or group may serve on a companys advisory panel. Membership of a utilitys consumer advisory panel may include:
(1) Recipients of program measures and representatives from social service agencies, from community groups and from agencies or companies which administer or install program measures.
(2) Representatives from other groups or agencies which may be able to offer reasonable advice regarding usage reduction programs and services.
(c) Review. The advisory panel shall be provided with usage reduction program plans and proposed changes at least 15 days prior to the submission of plans for approval by the Commission. The panel shall report comments and exceptions to plans to the covered utility which shall provide the reports to the Commission in conjunction with the submission of the proposed plan.
(d) Creation of additional advisory panels. A covered utility may create more than one advisory panel when the size of the service territory or other considerations warrant.
(e) Existing advisory panels. A covered utility may use an existing customer advisory panel to satisfy this section when the membership of the panel can reasonably be expected to provide effective consultation and advice regarding usage reduction programs.
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