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Reynolds and Mc Cormic, 1834 Thomas Jenkins and wife vs. Lancasters administrator, 1833 Robert Barlow and wife vs. (9) Holding company.--The term ``holding company'' means-- (A) a company that directly or indirectly owns, controls, or holds, with power to vote, 10 percent or more of the outstanding voting securities of a public utility company or of a holding company of any public utility company; and (B) any person that is determined by the Commission, after notice and opportunity for hearing, to exercise directly or indirectly (either alone or pursuant to an arrangement or understanding with 1 or more persons) such a controlling influence over the management or policies of any public utility company or holding company as to make it necessary or appropriate for the protection of utility customers with respect to rates that the person be subject to the obligations, duties, and liabilities imposed by this section on holding companies.(10) Holding company system.--The term ``holding company system'' means a holding company and its subsidiary companies. 722 Introduced in Senate (IS)] 105th CONGRESS 1st Session S. 824 et seq.) is amended by adding at the end the following: ``SEC. ``(4) State regulated electric utility.--The term `State regulated electric utility' has the meaning given the term in section 3 of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978 (16 U. ``(d) State Authority Over Retail Transactions.--Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, a State or a nonregulated electric utility may require, as a condition of the purchase by any person or municipality located in the State or service area of the nonregulated electric utility, as appropriate, of a retail electric supply or local distribution service, the payment of a charge determined by the State or nonregulated electric utility to further public policy goals, including-- ``(1) recover electric industry transition costs; ``(2) ensure that adequate electric service is available to all customers served by a retail electricity distribution system; ``(3) ensure and enhance the reliability of retail electric service; ``(4) fund assistance to low-income consumers of electricity; ``(5) encourage environmental programs, renewable-energy programs, energy-efficiency programs, or conservation programs; ``(6) provide for transition costs of electric utility workers adversely affected by restructuring; and ``(7) encourage research and development on electric technologies. ``(3) Contracts.--After the date of enactment of this subsection, an electric utility shall not be required to enter into a new contract or obligation to purchase or sell electric energy under this section.''. (b) Definitions.--In this section-- (1) Affiliate.--The term ``affiliate'', with respect to a company, means a company 5 percent or more of the outstanding voting securities of which are owned, controlled, or held with power to vote, directly or indirectly, by the other company.Thomas introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources _______________________________________________________________________ A BILL To benefit consumers by promoting competition in the electric power industry, and for other purposes. (b) Purpose.--The purpose of this Act is to promote competition in the electric power industry through empowering the States, deregulation, and streamlining. (b) State Authority Over Sales of Electricity to Federal Facilities.--Section 201 of the Federal Power Act (16 U. (c) Universal Service.--Section 201(b) of the Federal Power Act (16 U. (b) Open Access Transmission From All Transmitting Utilities.--Part II of the Federal Power Act (16 U. ``A transmitting utility and any other entity that owns, operates, or controls transmission of electricity in interstate commerce-- ``(1) shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the Commission under this Act regarding any wholesale transmission service; and ``(2) shall comply with all requirements applicable to a public utility regarding the provision of any wholesale transmission service.''. (4) Company.--The term ``company'' means a corporation, partnership, association, joint stock company, business trust, or any organized group of persons, or a receiver, trustee, or other liquidating agent of any of the foregoing.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission shall make the determination not later than 60 days after the date of receiving the application and shall notify the Commission whenever a determination is made under this paragraph that a person is an exempt wholesale generator.
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Jacob Sease and wife, 1834 MISSED FILE Cuthbertson and others vs.
_______________________________________________________________________ IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES May 8, 1997 Mr. (a) Findings.--Congress finds that-- (1) the Nation's electricity generation, transmission, and local distribution systems critically affect the economy and productivity of the United States and the health, safety, welfare, and security of all Americans; (2) competition will provide greater choices, lower prices, and innovative services and products to all consumers of electricity; (3)(A) States have traditionally regulated the rates, terms, and conditions of selling electricity for end-use; (B) regulation of the rates, terms, and conditions of selling electricity for end-use is properly the exclusive jurisdiction of States; (C) virtually every State is considering reforms to traditional methods of regulating the provision of retail electric service to promote competition; (D) many States, through legislation or by administrative decision, have already approved plans to begin retail competition; and (E) States should-- (i) continue to take the lead in managing the transition to a competitive electricity marketplace; and (ii) determine the retail electric policies that provide the greatest benefits to consumers in a manner that recognizes the unique characteristics of each State; (4) all classes of consumers of electric energy should benefit from competition in electricity sales; (5) consumers should have access to adequate, reliable, and efficient supplies of electricity; (6) the transition to competition among electricity providers should not impair the ability of the States to determine recovery of the substantial investments made by electric utilities to serve their customers; (7) reciprocity among competing retail electricity providers will ensure that the States do not obtain undue advantages or disadvantages from the timing of their decisions; (8) the Federal Government must address the matters within Federal jurisdiction as necessary to promote competition, but such actions must not be made at the expense of State authority; and (9)(A) Congress should consider restricting governmental utilities with respect to facilities financed with tax-exempt debt; (B) sales in a service territory in existence before the restriction may continue to be financed using tax-exempt debt; and (C) a governmental utility should have to finance sales outside its service territory on the same basis as other competitors. ``(f) Retail Reciprocity.--A State may provide that a nonregulated electric utility, a State regulated electric utility, or a cooperative utility in the State may deny local distribution access to any other nonregulated electric utility, State regulated electric utility, or cooperative utility (or affiliate thereof) that is offering electric energy for sale (referred to in this subsection as the `seller') to a customer of the in-State utility if the seller or an affiliate of the seller is not providing comparable access to any local distribution facility owned, controlled, or operated by the seller or affiliate.''. 824) is amended by adding at the end the following: ``(h) State Authority Over Sales of Electricity to Federal Facilities.--The sale of electric energy to a facility of a department or agency of the United States or a federally chartered corporation shall be subject exclusively to the utility laws of the State in which the facility is located.''. 824(b)) is amended by adding at the end the following: ``(3) Universal service.--Nothing in this Act deprives a State of the authority to require, in accordance with State law, all electricity providers that sell electricity to retail customers in the State to assist in providing universal service.''. (a) Deregulation of Wholesale Sales of Electric Energy.--Section 205 of the Federal Power Act (16 U. ``(2) State authority over retail sales unaffected.-- Nothing in this subsection affects the authority of a State or State commission to regulate sales to an ultimate customer.''. 824 et seq.) (as amended by section 3(a)) is amended by adding at the end the following: ``SEC. OPEN ACCESS TRANSMISSION FROM ALL TRANSMITTING UTILITIES. (2) Benefits received as a result of the Internal Revenue Code by a utility providing electric service to the public that is-- (A) an instrumentality of a State; (B) a political subdivision of a State; (C) a corporation that has at any time received a loan from the Rural Utilities Service or the Rural Electrification Administration under the Rural Electrification Act of 1936 (17 U. (3) Commission.--The term ``Commission'' means the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
722 To benefit consumers by promoting competition in the electric power industry, and for other purposes. (a) Retained State Jurisdiction.--Part II of the Federal Power Act (16 U. ``(e) Wholesale Reciprocity.--A person may not provide any wholesale electric supply in commerce using open and nondiscriminatory transmission access unless the person, and every affiliate of the person, provides comparable open and nondiscriminatory transmission access over any facility owned, controlled, or operated by the person or affiliate. DEREGULATION OF WHOLESALE SALES OF ELECTRIC ENERGY. 824d) is amended by adding at the end the following: ``(g) Deregulation of Wholesale Sales of Electric Energy.-- ``(1) In general.--A contract or an agreement for the sale of electric energy for resale made after the date of enactment of this subsection shall be exempt from regulation of rates and charges under parts II and III of this Act. Not later than 1 year after the date of enactment of this Act, the Inspector General of the Treasury shall submit to Congress a report detailing whether and how Internal Revenue Code provisions relating to the following benefits should be addressed in order to foster a competitive retail electricity market: (1) Benefits received as a result of the Internal Revenue Code by an investor-owned electric utility that is not received by other nonutility private corporations under the Internal Revenue Code. 901 et seq.) for the purposes of providing electric service; or (D) an entity that is owned, directly or indirectly, by an entity described in subparagraph (A), (B), or (C). (2) Associate company.--The term ``associate company'', with respect to a company, means a company in the same holding company system with the other company.