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Title 18: Conservation of Power and Water Resources
PART 35—FILING OF RATE SCHEDULES AND TARIFFS
Subpart B—Documents To Be Submitted With a Filing


§35.13   Filing of changes in rate schedules, tariffs or service agreements.

Contents

(a) General rule.

(1) Filing for any rate schedule change not otherwise excepted.

(2) Abbreviated filing requirements.

(3) Cost of service data required by letter.

(b) General information.

(c) Information relating to the effect of the rate schedule change.

(d) Cost of service information.

(1) Filing of Period I data.

(2) Filing of Period II data.

(3) Definitions.

(4) Test period.

(5) Work papers.

(6) Additional information.

(7) Attestation.

(e) Testimony and exhibits.

(1) Filing requirements.

(2) Case in chief.

(3) Burden of proof.

(f) Filing by parties concurring in coordination and interchange arrangements.

(g) Commission precedents and policy.

(h) Cost of service statements.

(1) AA—Balance sheets.

(2) AB—Income statements.

(3) AC—Retained earnings statements.

(4) AD—Cost of plant.

(5) AE—Accumulated depreciation and amortization.

(6) AF—Specified deferred credits.

(7) AG—Specified plant accounts (other than plant in service) and deferred debits.

(8) AH—Operation and maintenance expenses.

(9) AI—Wages and salaries.

(10) AJ—Depreciation and amortization expenses.

(11) AK—Taxes other than income taxes.

(12) AL—Working capital.

(13) AM—Construction work in progress.

(14) AN—Notes payable.

(15) AO—Rate for allowance for funds used during construction.

(16) AP—Federal income tax deductions—interest.

(17) AQ—Federal income tax deductions—other than interest.

(18) AR—Federal tax adjustments.

(19) AS—Additional state income tax deductions.

(20) AT—State tax adjustments.

(21) AU—Revenue credits.

(22) AV—Rate of return.

(23) AW—Cost of short-term debt.

(24) AX—Other recent and pending rate changes.

(25) AY—Income and revenue tax rate data.

(26) BA—Wholesale customer rate groups.

(27) BB—Allocation demand and capability data.

(28) BC—Reliability data.

(29) BD—Allocation energy and supporting data.

(30) BE—Specific assignment data.

(31) BF—Exclusive-use commitments of major power supply facilities.

(32) BG—Revenue data to reflect changed rates.

(33) BH—Revenue data to reflect present rates.

(34) BI—Fuel cost adjustment factors.

(35) BJ—Summary data tables.

(36) BK—Electric utility department cost of service, total and as allocated.

(37) BL—Rate design information.

(38) Statement BM—Construction program statement.

(a) General rule. Every public utility shall file the information required by this section, as applicable, at the time it files with the Commission under §35.1 all or part of a rate schedule, tariff or service agreement to supersede or otherwise change the provisions of a rate schedule, tariff or service agreement filed with the Commission under §35.1. Any petition filed under §385.207 of this chapter for waiver of any provision of this section shall specifically identify the requirement that the applicant wishes the Commission to waive.

(1) Filing for any rate schedule change or tariff not otherwise excepted. Except as provided in paragraph (a)(2) of this section, any utility that files a rate schedule, tariff, or service agreement change shall submit with its filing the information specified in paragraphs (b), (c), (d), (e), and (h) of this section, in accordance with paragraph (g) of this section.

(2) Abbreviated filing requirements—(i) For certain small rate increases. Any utility that files a rate increase for power or transmission services not covered by paragraph (a)(2)(ii) of this section may elect to file under this paragraph instead of paragraph (a)(1) of this section, if the proposed increase for the Test Period, as defined in paragraph (a)(2)(i)(A) of this section, is equal to or less than $200,000, regardless of customer consent, or equal to or less than $1 million if all wholesale customers that belong to the affected rate class consent.

(A) Definition: The Test Period, for purposes of paragraph (a)(2)(i) of this section, means the most recent calendar year for which actual data are available, the last day of which is no more than fifteen months before the date of tender for filing under §35.1 of the notice of rate schedule.

(B) Any utility that elects to file under this subparagraph must file the following information, conforming its submission to any rule of general applicability and to any Commission order specifically applicable to such utility:

(1) A complete cost of service analysis for the Test Period, consistent with the requirements of paragraph (h)(36), Statement BK, of this section.

(2) A complete derivation and explanation of all allocation factors and special assignments, consistent with the information required in §35.12(b)(5).

(3) A complete calculation of revenues for the Test Period and for the first 12 months after the proposed effective date, consistent with the requirements of paragraph (c)(1) of this section.

(4) If the proposed rates contain a fuel cost or purchased economic power adjustment clause, as defined in §35.14, the company must provide the derivation of its base cost of fuel (Fb) and its monthly fuel factors (Fm) for the Test Period and the resulting fuel adjustment clause revenues. If any pro forma adjustments affect the fuel clause in any way, the company must show the impact on Fm, kWh sales in the base period (Sm), Fb and kWh sales in the current period (Sb), as well as on fuel adjustment clause revenues.

(5) Rate design calculations and narrative consistent with the information required in paragraph (h)(37) of this section and in §35.12(b)(5).

(6) The information required in paragraphs (b), (c)(2) and (c)(3) of this section and in §35.12(b)(2).

(C) Data shall be reconciled with the utility's most recent FERC Form 1. If the utility has not yet submitted Form 1 for the Test Period, the utility shall submit the relevant Form 1 pages in draft form.

(D) The utility may make pro forma adjustments for post-Test Period changes that occur before the proposed effective date and that are known and measurable at the time of filing. The utility shall provide a narrative statement explaining all pro forma adjustments.

(E) If the utility models its filing in whole or in part on retail rate decisions or settlements, the utility must provide detailed calculations and a narrative statement showing how all retail rate treatments are factored into the cost of service.

(F) If the Commission sets the filing for hearing, the Commission will allow the company a specific time period in which to file testimony, exhibits, and supplemental workpapers to complete its case-in-chief. While not required under this subpart, a utility may elect to submit Statements AA through BM for the Test Period in accord with the requirements of paragraphs (d), (g) and (h) of this section.

(ii) Rate increases for service of short duration or for interchange or coordination service. Any utility that files a rate increase for any service of short duration and of a type for which the need and usage cannot be reasonably forecasted (such as emergency or short-term power), or for service that is an integral part of a coordination and interchange arrangement, may submit with its filing only the information required in paragraphs (b), (c) and (h)(37) of this section and in §35.12(b)(2) and (b)(5), conforming its submission to any rule of general applicability and to any Commission order specifically applicable to such utility.

(iii) For rate schedule, tariff, or service agreement changes other than rate increases. Any utility that files a rate change that does not provide for a rate increase or that provides for a rate increase that is based solely on a change in delivery points, a change in delivery voltage, or a similar change in service, must submit with its filing only the information required in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section.

(iv) Computing rate increases. For purposes of this subparagraph and paragraph (d)(2)(ii) of this section, the amount of any rate increase shall be the difference between the total revenues to be recovered under the rate change and the total revenues recovered or recoverable under the rate to be superseded or supplemented and shall be determined by:

(A) applying the components of the rate to be superseded or supplemented to the billing determinants for the twelve months of Period I;

(B) Applying the components of the rate change to the billing determinants for the twelve months of Period I; and

(C) Subtracting the total revenues under subclause (A) from the total revenues under subclause (B).

(3) Cost of service data required by letter. The Director of the Office of Energy Market Regulation may, by letter, require a utility that is not required under paragraph (a)(1) of this section to submit cost of service data to submit such specified cost of service data as are needed for Commission analysis of the rate schedule change.

(b) General information. Any utility subject to paragraph (a) of this section shall file the following general information:

(1) A list of documents submitted with the rate change;

(2) The date on which the utility proposes to make the rate change effective;

(3) The names and addresses of persons to whom a copy of the rate change has been posted;

(4) A brief description of the rate change;

(5) A statement of the reasons for the rate change;

(6) A showing that all requisite agreement to the rate change, or to the filing of the rate change, including any agreement required by contract, has in fact been obtained;

(7) A statement showing any expenses or costs included in the cost of service statements for Period I or Period II, as defined in paragraph (d)(3) of this section, that have been alleged or judged in any administrative or judicial proceeding to be illegal, duplicative, or unnecessary costs that are demonstrably the product of discriminatory employment practices; and

(c) Information relating to the effect of the rate change. Any utility subject to paragraph (a) of this section shall also file the following information or materials:

(1) A table or statement comparing sales and services and revenues from sales and services under the rate schedule, tariff, or service agreement to be superseded and under the rate change, by applying the components of each such rate schedule or tariff to the billing determinants for each class of service, for each customer, and for each delivery point or set of delivery points that constitutes a billing unit:

(i) Except as provided in clause (ii), for each of the twelve months immediately before and each of the twelve months immediately after the proposed effective date of the rate change, and the total for each of the two twelve month periods; or

(ii) At the election of the utility:

(A) If the utility files Statements BG and BH under paragraph (h) for Period I, for each of the twelve months of Period I instead of for the twelve months immediately before the proposed effective date of the rate change; and

(B) If Period II is the test period, for each of the twelve months of Period II instead of for the twelve months immediately after the proposed effective date of the rate change;

(2) A comparison of the rate change and the utility's other rates for similar wholesale for resale and transmission services; and

(3) If any specifically assignable facilities have been or will be installed or modified in order to supply service under the rate change, an appropriate map or sketch and single line diagram showing the additions or changes to be made.

(d) Cost of service information—(1) Filing of Period I data. Any utility that is required under paragraph (a)(1) of this section to submit cost of service information, or that is subject to the exceptions in paragraphs (a)(2)(i) and (a)(2)(ii) of this section but elects to file such information, shall submit Statements AA through BM under paragraph (h) of this section using:

(i) Unadjusted Period I data; or

(ii) Period I data adjusted to reflect changes that affect revenues and costs prior to the proposed effective date of the rate change and that are known and measurable with reasonable accuracy at the time the rate schedule change is filed, if such utility:

(A) Is not required to and does not file Period II data;

(B) Adjusts all Period I data to reflect such changes; and

(C) Fully supports the adjustments in the appropriate cost of service statements.

(2) Filing of Period II data. (i) Except as provided in clause (ii) of this subparagraph, any utility that is required under paragraph (a)(1) of this section to submit cost of service information shall submit Statements AA through BM described in paragraph (h) using estimated costs and revenues for Period II;

(ii) A utility may elect not to file Period II data if:

(A) The utility files a rate increase that is less than one million dollars for Period I; or

(B) All wholesale customers that belong to the affected rate class have consented to the rate increase.

(3) Definitions. For purposes of this section:

(i) Period I means the most recent twelve consecutive months, or the most recent calendar year, for which actual data are available, the last day of which is no more than fifteen months before the date of tender for filing under §35.1 of the notice of rate change;

(ii) Period II means any period of twelve consecutive months after the end of Period I that begins:

(A) No earlier than nine months before the date on which the rate change is proposed to become effective; and

(B) No later than three months after the date on which the rate change is proposed to become effective.

(4) Test period. If Period II data are not submitted for Statements AA through BM, Period I shall be the test period. If Period II data are submitted for Statements AA through BM, Period II shall be the test period.

(5) Work papers. A utility that files adjusted Period I data or that files Period II data shall submit all work papers relating to such data. The utility shall provide a comprehensive explanation of the bases for the adjustments or estimates and, if such adjustments or estimates are based on a regularly prepared corporate budget, shall include relevant excerpts from such budget. Work papers and documents containing additional explanatory material shall be provided in electronic format, shall be legible, shall be assigned page numbers, and shall be marked, organized and indexed according to:

(A) Subject matter;

(B) The cost of service statements to which they apply; and

(C) Witness.

(6) Attestation. A utility shall include in its filing an attestation by its chief accounting officer or another of its officers that, to the best of that officer's knowledge, information, and belief, the cost of service statements and supporting data submitted under this paragraph are true, accurate, and current representations of the utility's books, budgets, or other corporate documents.

(e) Testimony and exhibits—(1) Filing requirements. (i) A utility subject to paragraph (a)(1) of this section shall file Statements AA through BM under paragraph (h) as exhibits with its rate change and may file any other exhibits in support of its rate schedule change.

(ii) A utility subject to paragraph (a)(1) of this section shall file prepared testimony. Such testimony shall include an explanation of all exhibits, including Statements AA through BM, and shall include support for all adjustments to book or budgeted data relied on in preparing the exhibits.

(iii) To the extent that testimony and exhibits other than Statements AA through BM duplicate information required to be submitted in such statements, the testimony and exhibits may incorporate such information by referencing the specific statement containing such material.

(2) Case in chief. In order to avoid delay in processing rate filings, such cost of service statements, testimony, and other exhibits described in paragraph (e)(1) of this section shall be the utility's case in chief in the event the matter is set for hearing.

(3) Burden of proof. Any utility that files a rate increase shall be prepared to go forward at a hearing on reasonable notice on the data submitted under this section, to sustain the burden of proof under the Federal Power Act of establishing that the rate increase is just and reasonable and not unduly discriminatory or preferential or otherwise unlawful within the meaning of the Act.

(f) Filing by parties concurring in coordination and interchange arrangements. For coordination and interchange arrangements in the nature of power pooling transactions, all information required to be submitted in support of a rate change under paragraphs (a)(1), (2), and (3) of this section shall be submitted by each party filing a certificate of concurrence under §35.1. If a representative is designated and authorized in accordance with §35.1 to file supporting information on behalf of all parties to a rate change, such filing shall fulfill the requirement in this paragraph for individual submittals by each party.

(g) Commission precedents and policy. If a utility submits cost of service data under paragraph (d) of this section, it shall conform all such submissions to any rule of general applicability and to any Commission order specifically applicable to such utility.

(h) Cost of service statements. Any utility subject to paragraph (a)(1) of this section shall submit the following Statements AA through BM in accordance with the requirements of paragraphs (d) and (g) of this section.

(1) Statement AA—Balance sheets. Statement AA consists of balance sheets as of the beginning and the end of both Period I and Period II, and the most recently available balance sheet, including any applicable notes, and an explanation of any significant accounting changes since the most recent filing by the utility under this section that involves the same wholesale customer rate class. Balance sheets shall be constructed in accordance with the annual report form for electric utilities specified in part 141.

(2) Statement AB—Income statements. Statement AB consists of income statements for both Period I and Period II, and the most recently available income statement, including any applicable notes, and an explanation of any significant accounting changes since the most recent filing by the utility under this section that involves the same wholesale customer rate class. Income statements shall be prepared in accordance with the annual report form for electric utilities specified in part 141.

(3) Statement AC—Retained earnings statements. Statement AC consists of retained earnings statements for both Period I and Period II, and the most recently available retained earnings statement, including any notes applicable thereto. Retained earnings statements shall be prepared in accordance with the annual report form for electric utilities specified in part 141.

(4) Statement AD—Cost of plant. Statement AD is a statement of the original cost of total electric plant in service according to functional classification for Period I and Period II. If the plant functions and subfunctions for Period I and Period II are different, the utility shall explain and justify the differences.

(i) For each separately identified function and subfunction of production plant or transmission plant, the utility shall state the original cost as of the beginning of the first month and the end of each month of both Period I and Period II, with an average of the thirteen balances for each period. If any of the Period I or Period II thirteen monthly balances is not available or is unrepresentative of the current plan of the utility for plant in service, the utility shall provide an explanation of the relevant circumstances.

(ii) For each separately identified function and subfunction of plant other than production or transmission, the utility shall state the original cost as of the beginning and the end of both Period I and Period II, with an average of the beginning and end balances for each period. If any of the Period I or Period II balances is not available or is unrepresentative of the current plan of the utility for plant in service, the utility shall provide an explanation of the relevant circumstances.

(iii) The utility shall show the electric plant in service in accordance with each of the following five major functional classifications:

(A) Production;

(B) Transmission;

(C) Distribution;

(D) General and Intangible; and

(E) Common and Other.

(iv) To the extent feasible, the utility shall show completed construction not classified in accordance with clause (iii) in accordance with tentative classification to major functional accounts. If this is not feasible, the utility shall describe such facilities as other plant under clause (iii)(E).

(v) If a utility designs its rate change so that subdivision of the major functional classifications is necessary to support the changed rate, the utility shall supply the original cost information for any of the five major functional plant classifications in clause (iii) that are divided into subfunctional categories. If subfunctional original cost information is provided, the utility shall explain the importance of providing such information to support the changed rate. The utility shall describe each subfunctional category in substantive terms, such as steam electric production or high voltage transmission.

(vi) The utility shall select any subfunctional categories, as appropriate, under the following criteria:

(A) Production plant categories shall be established as necessary to segregate costs for production services with special characteristics, such as base, intermediate or peaking load. The utility shall provide a description of each such service and shall list a brief descriptive title for each corresponding subfunctional category.

(B) Transmission plant categories shall be chosen to reflect the extent to which the facilities are proposed to be allocated on a common basis among all or specific segments of utility services. For descriptive purposes, plant may also be categorized according to accounting or engineering terminology, such as high voltage overhead lines. The utility shall provide brief descriptive transmission category titles and explain the basis for the titles. If a utility allocates all transmission plant among utility services on the basis of a single set of allocation data, the utility may show original cost in total without subfunctionalization.

(C) Distribution plant categories shall be selected according to engineering or use characteristics meaningful for allocations or assignments to wholesale services such as substations, overhead lines, meters, or non-wholesale. The utility shall provide brief descriptive distribution category titles and shall explain the basis for the titles.

(D) If the utility divides any general, intangible, common, and other plant functional classifications into subfunctional categories, the subfunctional categories shall be chosen to group together facilities that share a common basis for allocation between wholesale and other electric services. The utility shall provide a brief descriptive title for each general and intangible subfunctional category, and for each common and other subfunctional category, with an explanation of the basis of each category selection. A utility need not divide the functional classifications of plant into subfunctional categories if these functions of plant are allocated in Statement BK on the basis of utility labor expenses.

(E) A separate category shall be provided for each specific assignment of plant reported in Statement BE. Such assignments are applicable principally but not necessarily exclusively to distribution facilities. The utility shall provide brief descriptive titles consistent with Statement BE.

(F) A separate category shall be provided for each exclusive-use commitment of major power supply facilities as required to be reported at Statement BF. The utility shall provide brief descriptive titles consistent with Statement BF.

(5) Statement AE—Accumulated depreciation and amortization. Statement AE is a statement of the accumulated provision for depreciation and amortization of electric plant for Period I and Period II, provided according to major functional classifications selected by the utility in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4) and divided into the subfunctional categories selected by the utility in Statement AD, to the extent that subfunctionalized data are available.

(i) For each function and subfunction of electric production and transmission plant in service identified in Statement AD, the utility shall set forth the accumulated depreciation and amortization as of the beginning of the first month and the end of each month of both Period I and Period II. The utility shall state an average for each period computed as the average of the thirteen balances.

(ii) For each function and subfunction of electric plant in service other than production or transmission, identified in Statement AD, the utility shall state the accumulated depreciation and amortization as of the beginning and the end of Period I and Period II, with an average of the beginning and end balances for each period.

(iii) If any of the Period I or Period II balances is not available or is unrepresentative of the current plan of the utility for depreciation reserves, the utility shall provide an explanation of the relevant circumstances.

(iv) If accumulated depreciation and amortization data are not available for any subfunction selected in Statement AD, the utility shall:

(A) Provide a comparison of the current depreciation rate of the major functional classification and the depreciation rate estimated to be appropriate to the subfunctional category; and

(B) State and explain the estimation techniques which the utility proposes to utilize in the absence of subfunctional data, such as the proration of accumulated depreciation and amortization data among the subfunctional categories according to the data for electric plant in service in Statement AD. If any of the proposed estimation techniques require data that are not provided elsewhere in the cost of service statements in paragraph (h) of this section, the utility shall supply the necessary data in Statement AE.

(6) Statement AF—Specified deferred credits. Statement AF consists of balances of specified accounts and items which are to be considered in the determination of the net original cost rate base. All required balances are to be stated as of the beginning and end of both Period I and Period II, with an average of the beginning and end balances for each period. If any of the Period I and Period II balances is not available or is unrepresentative of the current operating plan of the utility, the utility shall include an explanation of the relevant circumstances. If subaccounts are maintained to reflect differences in ratemaking treatment among regulatory authorities that have jurisdiction, balances shall be provided in accordance with such subaccounts, with detailed explanations of the bases upon which the subaccounts were established and are maintained. The balances of deferred credits required to be filed in this statement are described in paragraph (h)(6) (i) through (v) of this section. All references to numbered accounts refer to the Commission's Uniform System of Accounts, 18 CFR part 101.

(i) The utility shall state total electric balances for accumulated deferred investment tax credits Account 255, and shall separate the credits into balances applicable to pre-1971 and post-1970 qualifying property additions. If the utility maintains records to show Account 255 component balances according to the major functional classifications identified in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4), the utility shall provide the component balances by function. If the data are not available by function, the utility shall describe the procedure by which the utility believes it can reasonably estimate the portion of the total electric balances for each major functional classification. The utility may show by function the component balances obtained by applying the procedure. If such estimation requires data that are not provided elsewhere in the cost of service statements in this paragraph, the utility shall supply in Statement AF the necessary data, such as historical functional patterns of plant additions eligible for the tax credits. The utility shall state whether the Internal Revenue Code General Rule, §46(f)(1), is applicable with respect to restrictions on credit treatment for ratemaking purposes. If the General Rule is not applicable, the utility shall state which election it has made with respect to special rules for ratable or immediate flow-through for ratemaking purposes.

(ii) The utility shall state the total electric component balances for accumulated deferred income tax Account 281 pertaining to accelerated amortization property. The utility shall show separate components for defense, pollution control, and other facilities. The utility shall show balances for each component and totaled for the electric utility department. If the utility maintains records to show Account 281 component balances according to the major functional classifications identified in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4), the utility shall provide such component balances. If data are not available by function, the utility shall describe the procedure by which the utility believes it can reasonably estimate the portion of the total electric balances for each major functional classification. The utility may show by function the component balances obtained by applying the procedure. If such estimation requires data that are not provided elsewhere in the cost of service statements in this paragraph, the utility shall supply in Statement AF the necessary data.

(iii) The utility shall state the total electric component balances for accumulated deferred income tax Account 282 pertaining to electric utility property other than accelerated amortization property. The utility shall itemize the balances in Account 282, to the extent data are available, in detail sufficient to identify the specific major properties involved and shall list the balances according to the accounting entries, such as liberalized depreciation, for which interperiod tax allocation was used and included in this account. Component balances shall be shown individually and in total for the electric utility department. If the utility maintains records to show account 282 component balances according to the major functional classifications identified in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4), the utility shall provide such component balances by function. If the data are not available by function, the utility shall describe the procedure by which the utility believes it can reasonably estimate the portion of the total electric balances for each major functional classification. The utility may show by function the component balances obtained by applying the procedure. If such estimation requires data that are not provided elsewhere in the cost of service statements in this paragraph, the utility shall supply in Statement AF the necessary data, such as historical functional patterns of plant additions.

(iv) The utility shall state the total electric component balances for accumulated deferred income tax Account 283 pertaining to interperiod income tax allocations not related to property. The utility shall itemize in detail balances in Account 283, to the extent data are available, and shall list the balances according to the accounting entries for which interperiod tax allocation was used and included in this account. Component balances shall be shown individually and in total for the electric utility department. If the utility maintains records to show Account 283 component balances according to the major functional classifications identified in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4), the utility shall provide such component balances by function. If the data are not available by function, the utility shall describe the procedure by which the utility believes it can reasonably estimate the portion of the total electric balances for each major functional classification. The utility may show by function the component balances obtained by applying the procedure. If such estimation requires data that are not provided elsewhere in the cost of service statements in this paragraph, the filing shall supply in Statement AF the necessary data.

(v) The utility shall show electric utility balances for every other item that the utility believes should be included in Statement AF. The utility shall explain the reasons for inclusion of each item.

(7) Statement AG—Specified plant accounts (other than plant in service) and deferred debits. Statement AG is a statement of balances of specified accounts and items that are to be considered in the determination of the net original cost rate base. Except as prescribed in clause (ii), the utility shall state all required balances as of the beginning and the end of Period I and Period II, with an average of the beginning and end balances for each period. If any of the Period I or Period II balances is not available or is unrepresentative of the current operating plan of the utility, the utility shall provide a full explanation of the relevant circumstances. If subaccounts are maintained to reflect differences in ratemaking treatment among regulatory authorities having jurisdiction, the utility shall provide balances in accordance with such subaccounts, with detailed explanations of the bases upon which the subaccounts were established and are maintained. The balances required to be submitted under Statement AG are described in clauses (7)(i) through (vi).

(i) For each separately identified major functional classification selected by the utility in Statement AD, the utility shall state the electric utility land and land rights balances for electric plant held for future use in account 105. If itemized in detail, balances shall be totaled for each major functional classification.

(ii) The utility shall state the electric utility component balances in Accounts 107 and 120.1, individually and in total, for each item of construction work in progress for pollution control facilities, fuel conversion facilities, or any other facilities that qualify for inclusion in rate base under §35.26. The utility shall state such balances for each major functional and subfunctional classification under Statement AD as of the beginning of the first month and the end of each month of Period I and Period II with an average of the 13 balances for each period.

(iii) For each major functional classification under Statement AD and with respect to property otherwise includable in plant in service, the utility shall state the balances for extraordinary property losses Account 182. If itemized in detail, balances shall be totaled for each major functional classification. The utility shall provide information about Commission authorization for any loss included in Account 182 and shall state when the loss was claimed for tax purposes.

(iv) The utility shall state the total electric component balances for accumulated deferred income taxes Account 190. The component balances in Account 190 shall be itemized in detail and listed according to the accounting entries for which interperiod tax allocation was used. Component balances shall be shown individually and in total for the electric utility department. If the utility maintains records to show Account 190 component balances according to the major functional classifications identified in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4), the utility shall provide such component balances by function. If the data are not available by function, the filing utility shall describe the procedure by which the utility believes it can reasonably estimate the portion of the total electric balances for each major functional classification. The utility may show by function the component balances obtained by applying the procedure. If such estimation requires data that are not provided elsewhere in the cost of service statements in this paragraph, the utility shall supply in Statement AG the necessary data.

(v) Balances shall be shown for every other item that the utility believes should be included in Statement AG. The utility shall provide support for inclusion of each item, and a brief descriptive title for each such item.

(8) Statement AHOperation and maintenance expenses. Statement AH is a statement of electric utility operation and maintenance expenses for Period I and Period II provided according to the accounts prescribed by the Commission's Uniform System of Accounts, 18 CFR part 101.

(i) For Period I and Period II, the utility shall itemize and subtotal all operation and maintenance expenses according to the major functional classifications of Statement AD in paragraph (h)(4) and the subfunctional categories of those classifications. The utility shall further divide the operation and maintenance expenses itemized under the production classification and each of its subfunctional categories to reflect expenses relating to the energy component (list each item by account number and compute fuel costs on an as-burned basis), the demand component, and any other production expenses.

(ii) For Period I and Period II, the utility shall report production operation and maintenance expenses according to appropriate account numbers. The utility shall apply the following principles in developing Period I and Period II production operation and maintenance data for this statement:

(A) Total production operation and maintenance expenses shall be segregated into energy, demand, and other components. The utility shall specifically state and support its criteria for classifications between energy and demand, and for use of the production other classification, such as specific assignments related to sales from particular generating units.

(B) Fuel expense for cost of service purposes shall be the total as-burned expense incurred. If the utility defers a portion of such expense for accounting purposes, the deferral amount shall be separately stated and accompanied by material that shows computational detail in support of such amount. If claimed nuclear fuel expense reflects a change in the estimated net salvage value of nuclear fuel, the utility shall show the amounts involved and explain the relevant circumstances.

(C) If the amount of production fuel expense is significantly affected by abnormal Period I water availability for hydroelectric generation, the utility shall explain how water availability was taken into account in developing projected Period II production fuel expenses.

(iii) For Period I and Period II, the utility shall report operation and maintenance expenses attributable to the transmission and distribution functions according to appropriate account numbers. If Period II transmission and distribution plant data are not provided by subfunctional category in Statement AD, the utility need only provide for Period II total operation and maintenance expenses for each function.

(iv) For Period I and Period II, the utility shall report in total for each period, operation and maintenance expenses incurred under each of the categories of customer accounting, customer service and information, and sales.

(v) For Period I and Period II, the utility shall itemize administrative and general expenses by groups that are directly assignable, such as regulatory Commission expenses, or that are related to selected plant or expense items for which an allocation to wholesale services is independently determinable, such as items related to labor expense or to a category of production plant in service. Administrative and general expenses shall include a detailed itemization of the general advertising Account 930.1 and the miscellaneous general expenses Account 930.2. If Account 930 data are not projected on a detailed basis for Period II, the utility shall provide its best estimate of the Account 930.1 expense items and a descriptive list of expense items anticipated as miscellaneous general expenses in Account 930.2. Where applicable, separate items shall be shown for general plant maintenance, and for common and other plant maintenance.

(vi) In addition to annual production data for Period I and Period II, the utility shall provide monthly expense data by accounts for fuel in Accounts 501, 518, and 547 and purchased power in Account 555. For each type of transaction, such as firm power or economy interchange power, monthly purchased power expense data shall be subtotaled separately for interchange receipts and deliveries. For monthly fuel Accounts 501, 518, and 547, and for each type of purchased power transaction, the monthly data shall identify components to be claimed under the fuel adjustment clause of the utility.

(9) Statement AIWages and salaries. Statement AI consists of statements of the electric utility wages and salaries, for Period I and Period II, that are included in operation and maintenance expenses reported in Statement AH.

(i) For Period I and Period II, the utility shall show the distribution of wages and salaries by function according to the form prescribed for operation and maintenance expenses by the Commission's Uniform System of Accounts, 18 CFR part 101. The statement shall also include by function additional wages and salaries attributable to common and other plant classifications identified in Statement AD in paragraph (h)(4).

(ii) For Period I and Period II, the utility shall show total production wages and salaries, itemized and subtotaled into energy and demand related components in accordance with classifications of Statement AH operation and maintenance production expenses of which production wages and salaries are a part.

(10) Statement AJ—Depreciation and amortization expenses. Statement AJ consists of statements of depreciation and amortization expenses for Period I and Period II.

(i) For Period I and Period II, the utility shall show the depreciation and amortization expenses and the depreciable plant balances of the filing utility, in accordance with major functional classifications selected by the utility in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4).

(ii) The utility shall divide the major functional classifications of depreciation and amortization expenses shown in clause (i) into the subfunctional categories selected by the utility for electric plant in service in Statement AD, to the extent such data are available.

(iii) If depreciation and amortization expense data are not available for any subfunctional category selected in Statement AD, the utility shall:

(A) Provide a comparison of the current depreciation rate of the major functional classification and the depreciation rate estimated to be appropriate to the subfunctional category; and

(B) State and explain the estimation techniques that the utility utilized in developing each estimated subfunctional depreciation rate. If utilization of such estimation techniques requires data that are not provided elsewhere in the cost of service statements in this paragraph, the utility shall supply such data in Statement AJ.

(iv) For Period I and Period II, the utility shall show the annual depreciation rate applicable to each function and subfunction for which depreciation expense is reported. The utility shall indicate the bases upon which the depreciation rates were established. If the depreciation rates used for Period I or Period II data differ from those employed to support the utility's prior approved jurisdictional electric rate, the utility shall include in or append to Statement AJ detailed studies in support of such changes. These detailed studies shall include:

(A) Copies of any reports or analyses prepared by any independent consultant or utility personnel to support the proposed depreciation rates; and

(B) A detailed capital recovery study showing by primary account the depreciation base, accumulated provision for depreciation, cost of removal, net salvage, estimated service life, attained age of survivors, accrual rate, and annual depreciation expense.

(11) Statement AK—Taxes other than income taxes. Statement AK consists of statements of taxes other than income taxes for Period I and Period II.

(i) For Period I and Period II, the utility shall itemize and total any taxes other than income taxes according to clauses (i) (A) through (D).

(A) Revenue taxes. The utility shall show total revenue taxes levied by each taxing authority and identify the revenue taxes, under both the present and changed rate, applicable to wholesale services for which a rate change is filed. The utility shall identify revenue taxes associated with each revenue credit item reported in Statement AU under paragraph (h)(21).

(B) Real estate and property taxes. The utility shall itemize and total all real estate and property taxes. If the utility maintains records to show tax component balances according to the major functional classifications identified in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4), the utility shall supply the component balances by function. If the data are not available by function, the utility shall describe the procedure by which the utility believes it can reasonably estimate the portion of the total electric balances for each major functional classification. The utility may show by function the component balances obtained by applying the procedure. If such estimation requires data that are not provided elsewhere in the cost of service statements in this paragraph, the utility shall supply the necessary data in Statement AK.

(C) Payroll taxes. The utility shall itemize and total all payroll taxes. If the utility maintains records to show tax component balances according to the major functional classifications identified in Statement AD in paragraph (h)(4), the utility shall provide the component balances by function. If the data are not available by function, the utility shall describe the procedure by which the utility believes it can reasonably estimate the portion of the total electric balances for each major functional classification. The utility may show by function the component balances obtained by applying the procedure. If such estimation requires data that are not provided elsewhere in the cost of service statements in this paragraph, the utility shall provide the necessary data in Statement AK.

(D) Miscellaneous taxes. The utility shall itemize and total all miscellaneous taxes which are directly assignable or which are related to any selected plant or expense item for which an allocation to wholesale services is independently determinable, such as items related to transmission plant in service or to net distribution plant.

(ii) If any of the taxes itemized under clause (11)(i) are levied by a taxing authority that is a customer, or is related to a customer, whose services would be affected by the changed rate schedule, the utility shall show amounts of such taxes according to the taxing authority, identify the related customer, and provide an explanation of the relevant circumstances.

(12) Statement AL—Working capital. Statement AL consists of statements for Period I and Period II designed to establish the need for working capital to maintain adequate levels of operating supplies, to meet required prepayments, and to meet ongoing cash disbursements that must be made at a time different than related revenue receipts for utility services rendered.

(i) Supplies and prepayments. The utility shall supply statements to show monthly balances of operating supplies and prepayments itemized under clauses (i) (A) through (C). The utility shall state all required balances as of the beginning of the first month and the end of each month of both Period I and Period II, with an average of the thirteen balances for each period. If any of the Period I or Period II balances is not available or is unrepresentative of the current operating plan of the utility for supplies or prepayments, the utility shall include an explanation of the relevant circumstances. Operating supply and prepayment balances shall be itemized under the following categories:

(A) Fuel supplies. The utility shall state the fuel supply balances for each type of electric utility production plant, except hydraulic. The utility shall describe its overall fossil fuel supply objectives for Period I and Period II, in terms of projected average days of burn for major fossil fuel generating stations, if feasible. The utility shall explain substantial differences, if any, between actual Period I inventories and the target objectives, or between Period II objectives and Period I objectives. Nuclear fuel balances shall include fuel in stock, fuel in the reactor and spent fuel in the process of cooling in Accounts 120.2, 120.3, 120.4, less accumulated provisions for amortization of nuclear fuel assemblies in Account 120.5.

(B) Plant materials and operating supplies. The utility shall state materials and operating supply balances for each of the major electric utility operating functions of production, transmission, and distribution, and for each significant type of miscellaneous operating supplies. Miscellaneous supplies shall be grouped to facilitate suitable allocations or assignments among utility services.

(C) Prepayments. The utility shall indicate prepayment balances for each major prepayment item, with a brief description of the item. Balances shall be grouped and subtotaled to facilitate suitable allocations or assignments among utility services.

(ii) Cash working capital. The utility shall indicate average monthly working cash requirements that reflect the extent to which day-to-day operational utility service revenues are received later or earlier than cash disbursements necessary to provide the services, with an explanation of how such requirements are derived.

(13) Statement AM—Construction work in progress. Statement AM is a statement of the amount of construction work in progress described according to functional classification for Period I and Period II. For production plant and transmission plant, the utility shall state the balances as of the beginning of the first month and the end of each month of both Period I and Period II, with an average of the 13 balances for each period. For each function of plant identified in Statement AD other than production or transmission, the utility shall state the balances as of the beginning and the end of both Period I and Period II, with an average of the beginning and end balances for each period. If any Period I or Period II balance is not available, the utility shall include monthly estimates and an explanation of the relevant circumstances. Pollution control facilities, fuel conversion facilities, or other construction amounts reported in Statement AG shall be excluded from amounts reported in this Statement.

(14) Statement AN—Notes payable. Statement AN is a statement of the electric utility portion of average notes payable for Period I and Period II. The utility shall indicate balances as of the beginning of the first month and the end of each month of both Period I and Period II, with an average of the thirteen balances for each period. If any of the Period I or Period II balances is not available or is unrepresentative of the current financing plan of the utility, the utility shall provide an explanation of the relevant circumstances. If a utility has operations other than electric, the utility shall also show allocations between electric and other utility departments on an appropriate basis, such as the average amount of construction work in progress and net plant.

(15) Statement AO—Rate for allowance for funds used during construction. Statement AO is a statement of the basis of the rate for computing the allowance for funds used during construction (AFUDC) for Period I and Period II.

(i) The utility shall show the computations of the maximum rates for the construction allowances computed in accordance with plant instructions of the Commission's Uniform System of Accounts, 18 CFR part 101. The utility shall show the rates computed annually, and shall provide the rates for each annual period that includes any part of Period I or Period II. If the utility proposes to use a net-of-tax rate, the utility shall show the derivation for both the gross-of-tax and net-of-tax rates.

(ii) If the book allowance amounts of AFUDC do not reflect the maximum rates for allowances for funds computed in accordance with clause (i), the utility shall show the derivation for the actual rates utilized in computing AFUDC, including derivation of any net-of-tax rate utilized by the utility.

(16) Statement AP—Federal income tax deductions—interest. Statement AP is a statement of electric utility interest charges for Period I and Period II. For each period, the utility shall state the total electric utility interest in terms of three or more component items described in clauses (i) through (iv).

(i) The utility shall state the allowance for borrowed funds used for electric utility construction Account 432 as a separate component. The utility shall show supporting detail, including computation of the amounts on the basis of AFUDC rates claimed in Statement AO.

(ii) The utility shall state interest for borrowed funds used for electric utility construction Account 431 as a separate component. If applicable, the utility shall also show all elements of Account 431 related to purposes other than electric utility construction, with detailed supporting material, such as a computation of allocations between electric and other utility departments with explanatory material to support the bases of such allocations.

(iii) The utility shall state the interest on long-term debt required for electric rate base investment as a separate component. The interest amount shall be consistent with that shown and utilized in Statement BK under paragraph (h)(36) of this section.

(iv) The utility shall show other interest items appropriate in the determination of net taxable income allocable to the wholesale services at issue. The utility shall describe and support each item and shall accompany each item with a statement of the basis on which the item is allocable to the wholesale services. The utility shall also list a short descriptive title for each item.

(17) Statement AQ—Federal income tax deductions—other than interest. Statement AQ is a statement of other deductions from net operating income before Federal income taxes, for Period I and Period II, which deductions are appropriate in determining the net taxable income allocable to the wholesale services subject to the changed rate. The utility shall show unallowable deductions as negative entries in this statement. The utility shall itemize deductions in accordance with clause (i) through (iii) and individually identify each by a brief descriptive title.

(i) The utility shall report, as a separate component of this statement, the difference between tax and book depreciation, in total, or in individual amounts based on the Internal Revenue Code provisions that permit the utility to use various methods of computing depreciation for tax purposes, such as liberalized depreciation or the asset depreciation range. If the utility reports the differences in total only, it shall list the specific Internal Revenue Code provisions that result in the difference.

(ii) The utility shall state taxes and pensions capitalized as a separate component.

(iii) The utility shall describe and support other deduction items appropriate in the determination of net taxable income allocable to the wholesale services. Each item shall be accompanied by a brief explanation of the basis on which the item is allocable to the wholesale services.

(18) Statement AR—Federal tax adjustments. Statement AR is a statement of adjustments to Federal income taxes for Period I and Period II. If subaccounts are maintained to reflect differences in ratemaking treatment among regulatory authorities having jurisdiction, the utility shall provide adjustment amounts in accordance with such subaccounts. The utility shall report detailed explanations of the bases upon which the subaccounts were established and are maintained.

(i) For each major function of plant identified in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4), the utility shall state the electric utility component adjustment for the Federal portions of the provision for deferred income tax Account 410.1. If the data are not available by function, the utility shall state the amounts for the total electric utility and shall describe the procedure by which the utility believes it can reasonably estimate the portion of the total electric balances for each major functional classification. The utility may show by function the component balances obtained by applying the procedure. If such estimation requires data that are not provided elsewhere in the cost of service statements in this paragraph, the utility shall supply in Statement AR the necessary data. The utility shall provide the adjustment amounts for total electric and, to the extent available for each such major functional component, accompanied by summary totals segregated in accordance with related balance sheet Accounts 281, 282, 283, and 190 [see Statements AF and AG]. Account 190 items require a negative sign for entries in Statement AR. The utility shall identify the summarized items by account number.

(ii) The utility shall provide for the Federal portions of the provision for deferred income tax-credit Account 411.1 the data required by clause (i) for Account 410.1.

(iii) For each major functional classification of plant identified in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4), the utility shall provide the electric utility component for investment tax credits generated for Period I and Period II, credits utilized for each period, and the allocations to current income for each period. If the data are not available by function, the utility shall state the amounts for total electric utility and shall describe the procedure by which the utility believes it can reasonably estimate the portion of the total electric balances for each major functional classification. The utility may show by function the component balance obtained by applying the procedure. If such estimation requires data that are not provided elsewhere in the cost of service statements in this paragraph, the utility shall supply in Statement AR the necessary data. If itemized in detail, balances shall be subtotaled for each major function, and totaled for the electric utility department. Detailed data shall be consistent with that provided in Statement AF under paragraph (h)(6) of this section.

(iv) The utility shall list and designate as other adjustment items any additional Federal income tax adjustments and shall provide a brief descriptive title for each item. The utility shall explain the reasons for inclusion of each item, and shall indicate the basis on which each will be assigned or allocated to the wholesale services subject to the changed rate and to the other electric utility services.

(19) Statement AS—Additional state income tax deductions. Statement AS is a listing of state income tax deductions for Period I and Period II, in addition to those listed at Statements AP and AQ for Federal tax purposes. The utility shall explain the reasons for inclusion of each item. The utility shall indicate the basis on which each item is to be assigned or allocated to the wholesale services at issue and to the other electric utility services. If applicable, the utility shall show unallowable deductions as negative entries in this statement. The utility shall provide the percentage of Federal income tax payable which is deductible for state income tax purposes, if applicable. [See also Statement AY, dealing with tax rate data.]

(20) Statement AT—State tax adjustments. Statement AT is a statement of adjustments to state income taxes for Period I and Period II. The utility shall prepare and present the data in statement AT as prescribed for Federal tax adjustments in Statement AR. The utility shall annotate Statement At data as necessary to identify state tax adjustments that are not properly deductible for Federal tax purposes.

(21) Statement AU—Revenue credits. Statement AU is, for Period I and Period II, a statement of the operating revenue balances in Accounts 450 through 456, and other revenue items, such as short-term sales in Account 447, that are appropriately credited to the cost of service for determinations of costs allocable to the wholesale services subject to the changed rate. The utility shall include revenue credits proposed for exclusive-use commitment of major power supply facilities according to instructions for preparation of Statement BF under paragraph (h)(31) of this section. When applicable, the utility shall state revenue taxes for each revenue credit item. The utility shall explain the reasons for inclusion of each item, and shall indicate the basis for assigning or allocating each item to the wholesale services subject to the changed rate and to the other electric utility services.

(22) Statement AV—Rate of return. Statement AV is a statement and explanation of the percentage rate of return requested by the utility. The utility shall provide the complete capital structure, including ratios, component costs and weighted component costs claimed by the utility. The utility shall submit additional data where any component of the capital of the utility is not primarily obtained through its own financing, but is primarily obtained from a company by which the utility is controlled, as defined in the Commission's Uniform System of Accounts, 18 CFR part 101. The utility shall submit the additional data, if required with respect to the debt capital, preferred stock capital and common stock capital of such controlling company or any intermediate company through which such funds have been secured.

(i) General. The utility shall show, based on the capitalization of the utility, the cost of debt capital and preferred stock capital, the claimed rate of return on the common equity of the utility and the resulting overall rate of return requested.

(A) For Period I and, if applicable, Period II, the utility shall show in tabular form the following:

(1) Cost of each capital element, including claimed rate of return on equity capital;

(2) Capitalization amounts and ratios;

(3) Weighted cost of each capital element; and

(4) Overall claimed rate of return.

(B) When a Period II filing is submitted the utility shall provide:

(1) A full explanation of, and supporting work papers for, the pro forma adjustments to the actual capitalization data to arrive at the Period II capitalization; and

(2) The pro forma adjustment to Period I data to arrive at the Period II amount for unappropriated undistributed subsidiary earnings in Account 216.1.

(C) If not included elsewhere in the filing, the utility shall submit the amount for Account 216.1 for Period I as part of this statement.

(ii) Debt capital. (A) The utility shall show the weighted cost for all issues of long-term debt capital as of the end of Period I, as expected on the date the changed rate is filed, and, if applicable, as estimated for the end of Period II. The weighted cost is calculated by: (1) Multiplying the cost of money for each issue under clause (B)(6) below by the principal amount outstanding for each issue, which yields the annualized cost for each issue; and (2) adding the annual cost of each issue to obtain the total for all issues, which is divided by the total principal amount outstanding for all issues to obtain the weighted cost for all issues.

(B) The utility shall show the following for each class and series of long-term debt outstanding as of the end of Period I, as expected on the date the changed rate is filed, and, if applicable, as estimated to be outstanding as of the end of Period II.

(1) Title;

(2) Date of offering and date of maturity;

(3) Interest rate;

(4) Principal amount of issue;

(5) Net proceeds to the utility;

(6) Cost of money, which is the yield to maturity at issuance based on the interest rate and net proceeds to the utility determined by reference to any generally accepted table of bond yields;

(7) Principal amount outstanding;

(8) Name and relationship of issuer and if the debt issue was issued by an affiliate; and

(9) If the utility has acquired at a discount or premium some part of the outstanding debt which could be used in meeting sinking fund requirements, or for some other reason, the annual amortization of the discount or premium for each issue of debt from the date of the reacquisition over the remaining life of the debt being retired. The utility shall show separately the total discount and premium to be amortized, and the amortized amount applicable to Period I and, if applicable, Period II.

(C) The utility shall show the before-tax interest coverage, for the twelve months of Period I based on the indenture requirements. The utility shall provide a copy of the work papers used to make the calculations, with explanations appropriate to understand the calculations.

(iii) Preferred stock and preference stock capital. (A) This statement shall show the weighted cost for all issues of preferred and preference stock capital as of the end of Period I, as expected on the date the changed rate is filed, and, if applicable, as estimated for the end of Period II. The weighted cost is calculated by: (1) Multiplying the cost of money for each issue under clause (B)(9) by the par amount outstanding for each issue, which yields the annualized cost for each issue; and (2) adding the annual cost of each issue to obtain the total for all issues, which is divided by the total par amount outstanding for all issues to obtain the weighted cost for all issues.

(B) The statement shall show for each class and issue of preferred and preference stock outstanding as of the end of Period I, as expected on the date the changed rate is filed, and, if applicable, as estimated to be outstanding as of the end of Period II:

(1) Title;

(2) Date of offering;

(3) If callable, call price;

(4) If convertible, terms of conversion;

(5) Dividend rate;

(6) Par or stated amount of issue;

(7) Net proceeds to the filing utility;

(8) Ratio of net proceeds to gross proceeds received by the filing utility;

(9) Cost of money (dividend rate divided by the ratio of net proceeds to gross proceeds for each issue);

(10) Par or stated amount outstanding; and

(11) If issue is owned by an affiliate, name and relationship of owner.

(iv) Common stock capital. This statement shall show the following information for each sale of common stock during the five-year period preceding the date of the balance sheet for the end of Period I and for each sale of common stock between the end of Period I and the date that the changed rate is filed:

(A) Number of shares offered;

(B) Date of offering;

(C) Gross proceeds at offering price;

(D) Underwriters' commissions;

(E) Dividends per share;

(F) Net proceeds to company;

(G) Issuance expenses; and

(H) Whether issue was offered to stockholders through subscription rights or to the public and whether common stock was issued for property or for capital stock of others.

(v) Supplementary financial data. The utility shall submit a statement indicating the sources and uses of funds for Period I and as estimated for Period II and a copy of the utility's most recent annual report to the stockholders. The utility shall also supply a prospectus for its most recent issue of securities and a copy of the latest prospectus issued by any subsidiary of the filing utility or by any holding company of which the filing utility is a subsidiary.

(23) Statement AW—Cost of short-term debt. In Statement AW, the utility shall provide a statement of the cost of capital rate for short-term debt of the utility as of the end of Period I, as expected on the date the proposed rate is filed, and, if applicable, as estimated for the end of Period II, with details supporting each stated cost. The short-term debt rate shown in Statement AW shall include only the short-term debt that appears on the income statement as interest expense and shall not include nominal forms of financing, such as trust agreements.

(24) Statement AX—Other recent and pending rate changes. Statement AX is a statement describing the extent to which operating revenues are subject to refund for Period I and, if applicable, Period II, for each rate change filed with any Federal, state, or other regulatory body that has jurisdiction. The utility shall list and submit any orders in which applications for a rate increase have been acted on by any regulatory body during Period I, Period II, or the interval between Period I and Period II, and a copy of each transmittal letter or equivalent written document by which a utility summarized and submitted any pending applications that have not been acted on. Statement AX shall reflect information available at the time of submittal under this paragraph. Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, Statement AX is required to be filed only if the proposed rate design tracks retail rates.

(25) Statement AY—Income and revenue tax rate data. (i) Statement AY is a statement of tax rate data for Period I and Period II arranged as follows:

(A) Nominal Federal income tax rate;

(B) Nominal state income tax rate;

(C) Proportion of Federal income taxes payable which is deductible for state income tax purposes. If an allowable deduction is stated in other terms, the utility shall provide an estimate of the effective deduction as a percentage of Federal tax payable; and

(D) Revenue tax rate. If the revenue tax rate is scaled, the utility shall show approximate weighted average rates for relevant revenue levels and full supporting data.

(ii) If the utility serves in more than one jurisdiction for revenue or state income tax purposes, the utility shall state the appropriate tax rates for each wholesale customer group at issue and for all other customers as a composite group. [See, Statement BA under paragraph (h)(26) for wholesale customer grouping criteria.] If there are any changes in tax rates that occur in Period I or that may occur in Period II, the utility shall describe such changes and the effective date of the changes.

(26) Statement BA—Wholesale customer rate groups. (i) Statement BA is a list of wholesale customers by group for the purpose of:

(A) Allocating the allowable costs of the utility to such customer groups on the basis of electric utility services rendered; and

(B) Comparing proposed revenues from each customer group with the cost of service as allocated to that group.

(ii) The utility shall limit the number of wholesale customer groups listed to the minimum required under the following criteria:

(A) At least one customer group shall be specified for each separate wholesale rate subject to the changed rate filing.

(B) In general, all customers proposed to be served on the same rate shall be included in a common group. If the utility believes that there are significant differences in services provided under the same rate, the utility shall subdivide the common group served by the same rate into separate customer groups characterized by the type of service provided each group and shall demonstrate whether the common rate is cost-based by means of cost-justification for each service group. Certain customer groupings, such as cooperatives or municipals, may also be utilized to facilitate purchaser evaluations of the changed rate.

(C) In all cases, the utility shall select customer groupings on a basis consistent with rate design information provided in Statement BL under paragraph (h)(37) of this section.

(iii) The utility shall enumerate all wholesale customer rate groups, together with a brief descriptive title for each group. For example:

Group 1. Full Requirements Tariff

FR-1.

Group 2. Partial Requirements Tariff PR-1.

(27) Statement BB—Allocation demand and capability data. Statement BB is a statement of electric utility demand and capability data for Period I and Period II to be considered as a basis for allocating related costs to the wholesale services subject to the changed rate.

(i) For each month of Period I and Period II, with an average for each period, the utility shall show the maximum peak firm kilowatt demand on the power supply system of the utility, and the kilowatt demands of the wholesale services that coincide with the system monthly maximum power supply demand, including for Period I the date and hour for such coincidental peak demands. The utility shall state these kilowatt demands in terms of 60-minute intervals or other intervals adjusted to the equivalent of 60 minutes. The utility shall not include in the data the demands associated with interruptible power supply services, firm or nonfirm transmission wheeling services, or demands associated with other services the revenues from which are shown as revenue credits in Statement AU under paragraph (h)(21). The utility shall provide wholesale service demand data as follows:

(A) The wholesale service data for each individual customer delivery point or set of delivery points that constitutes an individual wholesale customer billing unit shall include demands at delivery. The individual customer wholesale service data shall be summarized and subtotaled in accordance with Statement BA customer groupings.

(B) The data supplied for each wholesale customer group under clause (A) shall be adjusted for losses to reflect demand at the power supply level. The data shall be totaled to show total customer group demand at power supply level for each month of Period I and Period II.

(ii) To the extent such data are available, the utility shall state Period I and Period II monthly maximum demand data for interruptible power supply services, firm wheeling services, and nonfirm wheeling services. The utility shall also provide, to the extent data are available, firm wheeling demand data for any of the 60-minute periods that coincide with the times of power supply peak demands shown under clause (i). The utility shall indicate the basis of all demands, such as metered demands or contract demands, reported under this clause. For interruptible services, the utility shall provide a description of the conditions under which service may be interrupted or curtailed. The utility shall include available information on actual interruptions or curtailments during a three-year period that includes Period I. If any of the wholesale rates at issue are for interruptible or curtailable service, the utility shall provide any demand data specifically relevant to such service.

(iii) If a utility establishes plant categories in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4) of this section for the purpose of supporting wholesale rates for firm power supply services with special characteristics, such as base load, intermediate, or peaking, the utility shall provide in Statement BB the demand data required by clause (i) in total and in separate corresponding demand values consistent with the service characteristics. Corresponding values shall be stated for the system demand of the utility, and for each applicable wholesale service group.

(iv) If a utility establishes plant categories in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4) of this section for the purpose of supporting wholesale rates for nonfirm power supply services, such as capacity sales, the utility shall include in Statement BB for each month of Period I and Period II the monthly capability data relied on by the utility in developing costs allocable to such rates, with an explanation of the underlying cost allocation rationale.

(v) If a utility establishes production plant categories in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4) of this section for the purpose of supporting wholesale rates based on specialized ratemaking theories such as marginal cost pricing, time-of-day pricing, or base, intermediate, and peaking characteristics, the utility shall include in Statement BB all demand and capability data relied on by the utility in developing support on a cost of service basis, with appropriate explanatory material.

(vi) For each month of Period I and Period II, the utility shall provide any additional demand data that the utility believes to be relevant to the allocation of electric utility costs to the wholesale services at issue. The utility shall fully support all such data and shall explain the rationale and the specific application proposed.

(vii) Based upon information reported in Statements BB and BC, the utility shall list selected months that are normally the months of greatest significance in determining the need of the utility for power supply capability throughout the year. All twelve months may be selected, if appropriate. In its selection, the utility shall take into account any effects of local weather seasons and, particularly, the extent to which peak demands may tend to be similar in magnitude in two or more months of a weather season. The utility shall explain the reasons for the selections and describe the significance for the selections of seasonal variations in the weather.

(28) Statement BC—Reliability data. Statement BC is a statement relating to reference standards of the filing utility for electric power supply reliability, and to information designed to reflect monthly availability of generating capacity reserves.

(i) For Period II, Period I, and each of the three calendar years preceding Period I, the utility shall state and briefly explain its objective reference standard of production power supply reliability and the rationale underlying its choice of a reliability standard, including whether it participates with other electric utilities in the selection of a common standard on an area or pool basis. The utility shall identify any such participating utilities, and provide a general explanation of the basis upon which the reliability standard was jointly developed.

(ii) The utility shall describe how its objective standard for production power supply reliability affects its electric generating facility construction planning and purchased power planning.

(iii) For the peak day of each month of Period II, Period I, and, to the extent data are available, for the peak day of each month of the three calendar years preceding Period I, the utility shall include tabular schedules designed to show the following:

(A) Net peak load in megawatts, itemized to show:

(1) Gross peak firm load, including all firm sales assured available by the reserve capacity of the utility;

(2) All firm purchases assured available by the reserve capacity of the supplier; and

(3) Net peak load, computed as gross peak load under clause (1) minus all firm purchases under clause (2).

(B) Net available dependable capacity, that is, the load-carrying ability of the electric production facilities determined for the purpose of scheduling capacity in day-to-day operations, provided in megawatts and itemized to show:

(1) The owned dependable capacity of the utility for each production plant category selected in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4);

(2) Scheduled maintenance of owned dependable capacity of the utility;

(3) Purchased dependable capacity of the utility;

(4) Scheduled maintenance of purchased dependable capacity of the utility; and

(5) Net available dependable capacity, computed as the owned dependable capacity under clause (1), minus scheduled maintenance of owned capacity under clause (2), plus purchased dependable capacity under clause (3), minus scheduled maintenance of purchased capacity under clause (4).

(C) Available reserves in megawatts, which is the net available dependable capacity under clause (iii)(B) minus net peak load under clause (iii)(A).

(D) Available reserves as a percent of peak load, which is the available reserves under clause (iii)(C) divided by net peak load under clause (iii)(A).

(29) Statement BD—Allocation energy and supporting data. Statement BD is a statement of electric utility energy data for Period I and Period II to be considered as bases for allocating related costs to the wholesale services subject to the changed rate.

(i) For each month of Period I and Period II, and as totaled for the twelve months of each period, the utility shall show the megawatt-hours of firm power supply energy required by the system of the utility and the megawatt-hour energy requirements of the wholesale customer groups whose services will be subject to the changed rate. The wholesale service data for each individual customer delivery point or set of delivery points that constitutes an individual wholesale customer billing unit shall include megawatt-hours at delivery. The utility shall summarize and subtotal these individual customer data in accordance with Statement BA customer groupings under paragraph (h)(26). The utility shall show a loss adjustment for each wholesale customer group to reflect energy at the power supply level. The utility shall total the data to show total customer group energy requirements at power supply level for each month of Period I and Period II.

(ii) Data provided under clause (i) shall not include energy associated with interruptible or curtailable services, or energy associated with other services, the revenues from which are shown as revenue credits in Statement AU under paragraph (h)(21) of this section. The utility shall separately state Period I and Period II monthly and total energy data for any such services provided by the utility. If any of the proposed wholesale rates at issue are for interruptible or curtailable service, the utility shall provide descriptive material and energy data specifically relevant to such services.

(iii) If a utility selects subfunctional categories in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4) of this section for the purpose of supporting any changed wholesale rate for firm power supply services with special characteristics, such as base load, intermediate, and peaking services, the utility shall separate the energy data required by clause (i) into corresponding energy values consistent with the service characteristics and consistent with energy-related expense categories utilized in Statement AH under paragraph (h)(8) of this section. The utility shall state the corresponding values for the utility's system energy and for each applicable wholesale service group.

(iv) If a utility establishes plant categories in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4) of this section for the purpose of supporting any changed wholesale rate for nonfirm production services, or the changed wholesale rate based on specialized ratemaking theories [see paragraph (h)(27)(v) of this section], the utility shall include in Statement BD all energy data relied on by the utility in developing the support on a cost of service basis and relevant explanatory material. Energy data provided under this clause shall be consistent with related expense categories utilized in Statement AH under paragraph (h)(8) of this section.

(v) For each month of Period I and Period II, and as totaled for the twelve months of each period, the utility shall show the megawatt-hours generated, itemized in accordance with Statement AD production subfunctional categories, and the megawatt-hours purchased or interchanged, itemized to show each type of transaction, such as firm energy or economy interchanged energy. The utility shall quantitatively reconcile such data with the system allocation energy reported in this statement, and with energy data underlying the fuel and purchased power expense reported in Statement AH.

(30) Statement BE—Specific assignment data. (i) Statement BE is a statement of specific components of the electric costs of service of the utility for Period I and Period II. Statement BE costs of service are those apportioned among wholesale services subject to the rate change and other utility services, on a basis other than:

(A) Demand, capability, or energy data provided in Statements BB and BD;

(B) A proportional relationship based on a selected plant category or expense item for which an allocation to wholesale services is to be independently determined; or

(C) Exclusive-use commitment in Statement BF under paragraph (h)(31) of this section.

(ii) The utility shall include specific assignments considered appropriate by the utility. Typical cost of service components that could be specifically assigned are distribution plant [see examples listed in Statement AD under paragraph (h)(4) of this section], certain total electric wages and salaries provided in Statement AI under paragraph (h)(9) of this section, such as wages and salaries for customer accounting and for customer service and information, and certain administrative and general expense items. [See examples listed in Statement AH under paragraph (h)(8) of this section.]

(iii) The utility shall limit specific assignments to the minimum required to adequately provide for costs not otherwise appropriately allocable.

(iv) For each specific assignment, the utility shall include at least the following information:

(A) Brief descriptive component title, such as distribution substations or rate case expenses;

(B) Total electric amount in dollars;

(C) Wholesale customer group dollar amounts stated individually for each wholesale customer rate group identified in Statement BA under paragraph (h)(26), and stated in total for all such groups; and

(D) Explanation of the basis on which assignments were made, accompanied by supporting detailed computations.

(31) Statement BF—Exclusive-use commitments of major power supply facilities. Statement BF is a statement describing and justifying the commitment to exclusive-use for particular services of all or a stated portion of electric utility generation units or plants, or major transmission facilities.

(i) For Period I and Period II, the utility shall list each transaction in which all or a stated portion of the output of a specified filing utility-owned generating unit or group of units was committed exclusively to a particular customer or group of customers, or to a power pool or similar power supply entity. For each such transaction, the utility shall provide the following information:

(A) Brief descriptive title for each commitment;

(B) Name of plant and unit designation;

(C) Name of the purchaser or power pool or other similar power supply entity;

(D) Duration of the transaction;

(E) Basis of rates or charges, stated in terms of whether a transaction reflects marginal, incremental, or fully distributed costs, the specific overall and common equity rates of return included in costs, provided on both a claimed and earned basis to the extent such information is available, the approximate date of the cost analysis on which the rates and charges were based, and any other considerations significant to the transaction;

(F) Revenue received for each month of Period I and Period II or, if applicable, monthly quantities of power and energy received or available from power pools as consideration for commitment to a pool; and

(G) Proposed treatment in the cost of service determinations for the wholesale services at issue. For example, a credit of revenue to the total electric cost of service, in Statement AU under paragraph (h)(21), could be proposed to account for unit capacity sales based upon incremental capital costs. The utility shall include explanatory material and support for the proposed procedures.

(ii) For Period I and Period II, the utility shall list each transaction in which all, or a portion, of a major transmission facility owned by the filing utility was committed exclusively to a particular customer or group of customers. For each such transaction, the utility shall provide information similar to that required by clause (i).

(32) Statement BG—Revenue data to reflect changed rates. Statement BG is a statement of revenues for Period I and Period II, including those under the changed rate for the wholesale services at issue.

(i) For each month of Period I and Period II, and in total for each of the two periods, the utility shall show all billing determinants and metered quantities for each delivery point or set of delivery points that constitutes an individual wholesale customer billing unit, and the result of applying each specific rate component to the billing determinants for each billing unit stated with the total of the computed monthly bill for the customer. If the rates include a fuel clause, the utility shall compute and total the revenues under the fuel clause to reflect fuel costs incurred during each month of Period I and Period II. That is, the fuel clause revenues for the first month of Period I shall reflect fuel costs incurred for that month, and so on for each month of Period I and Period II. In computing fuel clause revenues, the utility shall determine fuel cost according to §35.14 of this chapter.

(ii) If the form of the proposed fuel clause would produce revenues different from those computed in accordance with clause (i), the utility shall separately compute and state such fuel clause revenues for each customer for each month of Period I and Period II.

(iii) The utility shall summarize separately revenue data computed in accordance with clauses (i) and (ii) above for each month and in total for Period I and Period II, in accordance with wholesale rate groups specified in Statement BA under paragraph (h)(26) of this section. The utility shall show total electric department revenues for each period to include revenues under the changed rate for all such wholesale customer rate groups.

(iv) For Period I and as estimated for Period II, the utility shall summarize all billing determinants and revenues received from interruptible or curtailable services. Billing determinants and revenue data shall be consistent with interruptible demand and energy data in Statements BB and BD. The utility shall include an explanation of the extent to which interruptible or curtailable service revenues are or are not included in revenue credits in Statement AU under paragraph (h)(21) of this section.

(33) Statement BH—Revenue data to reflect present rates. Statement BH is a statement of revenues for Period I and Period II, including those under present rates for wholesale services at issue, and for total electric service to reflect such revenues for wholesale services. The utility shall prepare this statement to include data consistent with criteria specified for presentation of revenue under the changed rate in Statement BG under paragraph (h)(32) of this section.

(34) Statement BI—Fuel cost adjustment factors. Statement BI is a statement of monthly fuel cost adjustment factors under the changed rate and under the present rates, for Period I and Period II.

(i) If the changed rate schedule embodies a fuel cost adjustment clause, the utility shall show detailed derivations of fuel cost adjustment factors computed to reflect fuel cost incurred during each month of Period I and Period II. Fuel cost adjustment factors are those required for revenue determinations in accordance with paragraph (h)(32)(i) of Statement BG.

(ii) If additional proposed fuel clause revenue data are reported in accordance with paragraph (h)(32)(ii) of Statement BG, the utility shall show detailed derivation of applicable monthly fuel adjustment factors.

(iii) If the present rate includes a fuel cost adjustment change, the utility shall show detailed derivations of fuel cost adjustment factors for each month of Period I and Period II. The utility shall include in Statement BI derivations for all monthly factors required in the computation of present fuel clause revenues reported in Statement BH. The utility shall provide an explanation of the differences between the present and proposed fuel clauses.

(iv) All fuel cost adjustment factors shall be cost-based. The utility shall make a computational showing that shall develop adjustment factors in a manner consistent with the requirements of §35.14 of this chapter. The utility shall provide supporting detail on cost by type of fuel, and shall show separately the allowable fuel clause cost component of purchased or interchanged energy. All fuel cost data shall be consistent with that included in operation and maintenance expenses in Statement AH under paragraph (h)(8) of this section.

(35) Statement BJ—Summary data tables. Statement BJ is a tabular summary of portions of Period I and Period II data from specific cost of service statements in this paragraph. The utility shall summarize under descriptive titles the Period I and Period II data from the cost of service provisions listed in this subparagraph. The utility shall supply the data in the manner described for each cost of service statement and in this subparagraph.

(i) If a utility provides in Statement BK information that is substantially equivalent to the information required in this statement, the utility may fulfill the requirements of this statement by specifically referring to the location in Statement BK of the information required in this subparagraph.

(ii) The utility shall provide the information in the following statements as average total electric department monthly balances for each function and subfunction of plant:

(A) Statement AD—(h)(4)(i) and (ii);

(B) Statement AE—(h)(5)(i) and (ii);

(C) Statement AF—(h)(6)(i) through (v);

(D) Statement AG—(h)(7)(i) through (vi);

(E) Statement AL—(h)(12)(i) and (ii);

(F) Statement AM—(h)(13); and

(G) Statement AN—(h)(14).

(iii) The utility shall provide the information in the following statements as total electric department annual revenue and expense amounts:

(A) Statement AH—(h)(8)(i), (iv) and (v);

(B) Statement AI—(h)(9)(i) and (ii);

(C) Statement AJ—(h)(10)(i);

(D) Statement AK—(h)(11)(i);

(E) Statement AP—(h)(16)(i) through (iv);

(F) Statement AQ—(h)(17)(i) through (iii);

(G) Statement AR—(h)(18)(i) through (iv);

(H) Statement AS—(h)(19);

(I) Statement AT—(h)(20); and

(J) Statement AU—(h)(21).

(iv) The utility shall provide all cost of capital amounts in the following statements.

(A) Statement AV—(h)(22)(i)(A); and

(B) Statement AW—(h)(23);

(v) The utility shall provide all tax rate data in Statement AY, paragraph (h)(25)(i) of this section.

(vi) The utility shall provide the information in the following statements as appropriate, for total electric department values and individual customer group values:

(A) Statement BB—(h)(27)(i) through (vi);

(B) Statement BD—(h)(29)(i) through (iv);

(C) Statement BE—(h)(30)(iv) (A), (B), and (C);

(D) Statement BG—(h)(32)(iii); and

(E) Statement BH—(h)(33).

(36) Statement BK—Electric utility department cost of service, total and as allocated. Statement BK is a statement of the claimed fully allocated cost of service of the utility developed and shown for Period I and Period II. The utility shall include analytical support for each rate proposed to be differentiated on a time-of-use basis. The utility shall also provide any marginal or incremental cost information that is required to support the changed rate developed on a marginal or incremental cost basis. The utility shall show allocations of fully distributed costs to the wholesale services subject to the changed rate accompanied by a comparison of allocated costs with revenues under the changed rate. Nothing in this subparagraph shall preclude use by any utility of any cost of service technique it believes reasonable and that is consistent with the requirements of paragraph (g) of this section.

(i) The utility shall base the fully distributed cost of service and the allocations thereof upon data provided in the accompanying detailed statements required under this section and additional data which the utility may submit and support in connection with this statement. The cost of service data of the utility shall conform to the following requirements:

(A) The total electric rate base and cost of service shall be itemized and summarized by major functions and in a format designed to facilitate review and analysis.

(B) Based on the total electric rate base and cost of service, and on allocated or assigned component elements, the cost of service for each Statement BA wholesale customer rate group under paragraph (h)(26) shall be itemized and summarized by major functions in a format consistent with that shown for total electric.

(C) The costs of service data for total electric and for each of the wholesale customer groups shall include data that show the return and the income taxes by components and in total, based upon the rate of return claimed by the utility in Statement AV under paragraph (h)(22). Individual components of income taxes shall include income taxes payable, provision for deferred income tax—debits and deferred income tax—credits, investment tax credits, or other adjustments.

(D) The fully distributed cost of service study of the utility shall disclose the principal determinants for allocation of total electric costs among the wholesale customer groups, including but not limited to the following:

(1) Computations showing the energy responsibilities of the wholesale services, with supporting detail;

(2) Computations showing the demand responsibilities of the wholesale services, with supporting detail; and

(3) Computations showing the specific assignment responsibilities of the wholesale services, with supporting detail.

(ii) For the total electric service and for each wholesale customer rate group, the utility shall compare the fully distributed cost of service with the revenues under the changed rate. Based on the comparison, the utility shall show the revenue excess or deficiency and the earned rate of return computed for the total electric service and for each wholesale customer rate group.

(iii) For any filing that contains Period II data, the utility shall supply any work papers and additional explanatory material necessary to support Statement BK, indexed, referenced and paginated as provided in paragraph (d)(5) of this section.

(iv) The utility shall provide a tabular comparison of Period II total electric fully distributed cost items with those of Period I. The comparisons shall show item amounts for each of the two periods, and also shall show Period II item amounts as percentages of equivalent items for Period I. Comparisons shall include at least the following items, accompanied by explanatory notes with respect to significant variations among the comparative percentages:

(A) Rate base;

(B) Production expenses;

(C) Transmission expenses;

(D) Customer accounting, customer service and information, and sales expenses;

(E) Depreciation expenses;

(F) Taxes except income and revenue;

(G) Income taxes;

(H) Revenue taxes; and

(I) Return claimed.

(37) Statement BLRate design information. In support of the design of the changed rate, the utility shall submit the following material:

(i) A narrative statement describing and justifying the objectives of the design of the changed rate. If the purpose of the rate design is to reflect costs, the utility shall state how that objective is achieved, and shall accompany it with a summary cost analysis that would justify the rate design, including any discounts or surcharges based on delivery voltage level or other specific considerations. Such summary cost analysis shall be consistent with, derived from, and cross-referenced to the data in cost of service Statement BK. If the rate design is not intended to reflect costs, whether fully distributed, marginal, incremental, or other, the utility shall provide a statement to justify the departure from cost-based rates.

(ii) If the billing determinants, such as quantities of demand, energy, or delivery points, are on different bases than the cost allocation determinants supporting such charges, the utility shall submit an explanation setting forth the economic or other considerations that warrant such departure. The information shall include at least the following:

(A) If the individual rate for the demand, energy and customer charges do not correspond to the comparable cost classifications supporting such charges, a detailed explanation stating the reasons for the differences.

(B) If the changed rate contains more than one demand or energy block, a detailed explanation indicating the rationale for the blocking and the considerations upon which such blocking is based, including adequate cost support for the specified blocking.

(38) Statement BM—Construction program statement. Statement BM is a summary of data and supporting assumptions relating to the economics of any construction program to replace or expand the utility's power supply that shall be filed if the utility is filing for construction work in progress in rate base under §35.26(c)(3) of this chapter. The filing utility shall describe generally its program for providing reliable and economic power for the period beginning with the date of the filing and ending with the tenth year after the test period. The statement shall include an assessment of the relative costs of adopting alternative strategies including an analysis of alternative production plant, e.g., cogeneration, small power production, heightened load management and conservation efforts, additions to transmission plant or increased purchases of power, and an explanation of why the program adopted is prudent and consistent with a least-cost energy supply program.

(Federal Power Act, 16 U.S.C. 791-828c; Dept. of Energy Organization Act, 42 U.S.C. 7101-7352; E.O. 12009, 42 FR 46267, 3 CFR 142 (1978); Pub. L. 96-511, 94 Stat. 2812 (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.))

[Order 91, 45 FR 46363, July 10, 1980]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §35.13, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.



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