Nev. Admin. Code § 704.2585 - Submission of final report and additional information; rescission of initial report

Current through March 28, 2022

1. A utility shall submit a final report of each significant service outage to the Commission within 30 calendar days after submitting the initial report required by NAC 704.2575.
2. A utility shall submit the final report on the form entitled "Public Utility Significant Service Outage Report," which is available from the Commission.
3. If any of the information required is not readily available to the utility at the time the final report is submitted to the Commission, the utility shall briefly explain its reasons and shall submit the additional information to the Commission as soon as it becomes available to the utility.
4. If the information required has not been submitted to the Commission within 3 months after the date of the final report, the utility shall submit a status report in writing to the Commission setting forth the actions taken or contemplated by the utility to obtain the information and the estimated date of submission of the information. Status reports must be submitted by the utility at 3-month intervals until all of the information has been submitted to the Commission.
5. If the utility determines after further investigation that the service outage was not a significant service outage, the utility shall submit a rescission of the initial report to the Regulatory Operations Staff of the Commission within 7 calendar days after the discovery of the nature of the service outage and in the same manner in which the utility notified the Commission of the service outage. The rescission shall include an explanation of the basis for the rescission.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 704.2585
Added to NAC by Pub. Utilities Comm'n by R084-10, eff. 12-16-2010

NRS 703.025, 704.210

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