Legislation to Amend the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Securities of the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress, First Session, on how Will the Legislation Affect the Following Items: (1) Rates Consumers Pay for Electricity? (2) Competition in the Power Industry? (3) the Nations [sic] Energy Supply for Decades to Come? and (4) Federal and State Laws Designed to Protect Consumers and Shareholders from Abuses and Conflicts of Interest?

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288. lappuse - States shall have exclusive jurisdiction of violations of this title or the rules and regulations thereunder, and of all suits in equity and actions at law brought to enforce any liability or duty created by this title or the rules and regulations thereunder.
311. lappuse - As applied to electric utility companies, a system consisting of one or more units of generating plants and/or transmission lines and/or distributing facilities, whose utility assets, whether owned by one or more electric utility companies, are physically interconnected or capable of physical interconnection and which under normal conditions may be economically operated as a single interconnected and coordinated system confined in its operations to a single area or region, in one or more States,...
93. lappuse - ... to meet the problems and eliminate the evils as enumerated in this section, connected with public-utility holding companies which are engaged in interstate commerce or in activities which directly affect or burden interstate commerce; and for the purpose of effectuating such policy to compel the simplification of publicutility holding-company systems and the elimination therefrom of properties detrimental to the proper functioning of such systems, and to provide as soon as practicable for the...
264. lappuse - The parent utility also would have violated principles of fair competition. In a free market, competition would push the retail price down to the level of the most efficient seller's production cost. But in the case of a franchised utility, where there is no competition at retail, the price remains at the utility's avoided cost.
303. lappuse - Commission), if such corporation directly or indirectly owns, controls, or holds with power to vote 10 percent or more of the outstanding voting securities of a public-utility company ("ie, an electric utility company or a gas utility company as defined by such act) or of any other holding company.
598. lappuse - Preserve the right of each State commission to conduct bidding programs and least cost planning; to determine the appropriate mix of generation, as a matter of fuel and technology choice and as a matter of ownership; to take actions to insure system reliability; to restrict or prohibit affiliate transactions; and to approve or disapprove the transfer of assets from a utility to another party, free from preemption under Federal statutes or the Commerce Clause...
598. lappuse - EWGs, the legislation creates the opportunity for utilities to cross-subsidize their construction and operation of wholesale power facilities through their retail distribution rates, particularly utilities owning and operating EWGs which sell power to affiliated distribution companies; and WHEREAS, The substance of this Resolution is reflected by the Resolution of the same Title adopted by the NARUC Executive Committee on July 27, 1989; now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, That the National Association...
245. lappuse - Any reasoned debate over the future of the electric industry must distinguish meticulously between two types of entities: (1) entities financed, owned and controlled by utilities with monopolies over distribution or transmission markets; and (2) "true independents;" ie . those entrepreneurs who raise and risk their own capital, unassisted by a distribution or transmission monopoly.
305. lappuse - ... (2) the security is not reasonably adapted to the earning power of the declarant; (3) financing by the issue and sale of the particular security is not necessary or appropriate to the economical and efficient operation of a business in which the applicant lawfully is engaged or has an interest...
229. lappuse - a S3 billion (sales) diversified energy holding company with businesses engaged in the distribution of electricity and natural gas, interstate storage and transmission of natural gas, oil and gas exploration and production, independent power generation and utility services.