Nev. Admin. Code § 704.343 - Testing meters for accuracy

Current through March 28, 2022

1. Each utility shall provide or have access to a facility to determine the accuracy of its meters. A utility shall test the meter of a customer upon his or her request.
2. No charge may be made for performing a test once during any 12-month period. A utility may charge the customer a fee, as set forth in its tariff, for any additional test conducted during that period.
3. The customer may be present and may request that a qualified representative of the Commission be present at the time a test is conducted.
4. If a meter is tested at the request of a customer, the utility shall, within a reasonable time after the test:
(a) Provide the customer with a written statement of the results of the test; and
(b) Notify the customer in writing if the meter is replaced or repaired.
5. A utility shall prepare and maintain a record of the results of each test conducted pursuant to this section. The record must include:
(a) The name and address of the customer;
(b) The number for identification of the meter;
(c) The type of meter;
(d) The type of test;
(e) The date on which the test was conducted;
(f) The results of the test; and
(g) A description of any action taken as a result of the test.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 704.343
Added to NAC by Pub. Service Comm'n, eff. 1-5-89

NRS 703.025, 704.210

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