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RAPID/Geothermal/Alaska/Transmission +In Alaska, "public utility' includes every corporation whether public, cooperative, or otherwise, company, individual, or association of individuals, their lessees, trustees, or receivers appointed by a court, that owns, operates, manages, or controls any plant, pipeline, or system for furnishing, by generation, transmission, or distribution, electrical service to the public for compensation. See AS 42.05.990(5) for additional information.
RAPID/Geothermal/California/Transmission +In California, transmission facilities are covered by the definition of 'public utility.' A "public utility" includes every common carrier, toll bridge corporation, pipeline corporation, gas corporation, electrical corporation, telephone corporation, telegraph corporation, water corporation, sewer system corporation, and heat corporation, where the service is performed for, or the commodity is delivered to, the public or any portion thereof. A 'transmission line' has a voltage over 200 kV. A 'power line' has a voltage between 50 and 200 kV. A 'distribution line' has a voltage under 50 kV.
RAPID/Geothermal/Colorado/Transmission +“Public utility” is defined, in part, as “…every…electrical corporation…person or municipality operating for the purpose of supplying the public for domestic, mechanical or public uses, and every corporation or person declared by law to be affected with a public interest…” [[C.R.S. 40-1-103 - Public Utility Defined | C.R.S. 40-1-103(1)(a)(I)]]. “Person” is defined as “any individual, firm, partnership, corporation, company, association, joint stock association, and other legal entity.” [[C.R.S. 40-1-102 - Definitions | C.R.S. 40-1-102(10)]]. CEAs are utilities that are owned by the member-consumers they serve and regulated by those member-consumers, acting through an elected governing body. [[Colorado - C.R.S. 40-9.5-101 - Cooperative Electrical Associations - Legislative Declaration | C.R.S. 40-9.5-101]].
RAPID/Geothermal/Hawaii/Transmission +In Hawaii, transmission facilities are covered by the definition of 'public utility.' Statutes define "public utility" in Hawaii Revised Statues 269-1 to include every person who may own, control, operate, or manage…any plant or equipment, or any part thereof, directly or indirectly for public use…for production, conveyance, transmission, delivery, or furnishing of light, power, heat, cold, water, gas, or oil.
RAPID/Geothermal/Idaho/Transmission +The term "public utility" includes every common carrier, pipeline corporation, gas corporation, electrical corporation, telephone corporation and water corporation. [[Idaho IC 61-119, Electrical Corporation Definition | IC 61-129]]. Electrical Corporation includes “every corporation or person, their lessees, trustees, receivers or trustees appointed by any court whatsoever, owning, controlling, operating or managing any electric plant for compensation within this state, except where electricity is generated on or distributed by the producer through private property alone, solely for his own use or the use of his tenants and not for sale to others, and excepting also, where the electricity is to be used exclusively in operations incident to the working of metalliferous mines and mining claims, mills, or reduction and smelting plants, and the transmission lines and distribution systems are owned by the consumer or where several consumers severally own their individual distribution systems and jointly own, in their own names or through a trustee, the transmission lines used in connection therewith and transmit such electricity, whether generated by themselves or procured from some other source, over such transmission lines and distribution systems without profit, and to be used for their private uses for the purposes aforesaid in places outside the limits of incorporated cities, towns and villages, and not for resale or public use, sale or distribution.” [[Idaho IC 61-119, Electrical Corporation Definition|IC 61-119]].
RAPID/Geothermal/Montana/Transmission +In Montana, transmission facilities are covered by the definition of 'public utility.' A “public utility” includes every corporation, both public and private, company, individual, association of individuals, and their lessees, trustees, or receivers appointed by any court that own, operate, or control any plant or equipment, any part of a plant or equipment, or any water right within the state for the production, delivery, or furnishing for or to other persons, firms, associations, or corporations, private or municipal: heat; street-railway service; light; power in any form or by any agency; water for business, manufacturing, household use, or sewerage service, whether within the limits of municipalities or towns or elsewhere; regulated telecommunications service.
RAPID/Geothermal/Nevada/Transmission +The term “public utility” includes “any plant or equipment, or any part of a plant or equipment, within this State for the production, delivery or furnishing for or to other persons, including private or municipal corporations, heat, gas, coal slurry, light, power in any form or by any agency, water for business, manufacturing, agricultural or household use, or sewerage service, whether or not within the limits of municipalities.” [[NRS 704 - Regulation of Public Utilities Generally | NRS 704.020(2)(a)]].
RAPID/Geothermal/New Mexico/Transmission +Every person not engaged solely in interstate business and that may own, operate, lease or control any plant, property or facility for the generation, transmission or distribution, sale or furnishing to or for the public of electricity for light, heat or power or other uses. [[NMS 62-3 New Mexico Public Utility Act | NMS 62-3]].
RAPID/Geothermal/Oregon/Transmission +In Oregon, a “public utility” is defined as any corporation, company, individual, association of individuals, or its lessees, trustees or receivers, that owns, operates, manages or controls all or a part of any plant or equipment in this state for the production, transmission, delivery or furnishing of heat, light, water or power, directly or indirectly to or for the public, whether or not such plant or equipment or part thereof is wholly within any town or city. The definition also includes entities in a formal written agreement with a utility. See OS 757.005(1)(a) for additional information.
RAPID/Geothermal/Texas/Transmission +Public Utility includes (1) "Electric utility" which is as a person or river authority that owns or operates for compensation in this state equipment or facilities to produce, generate, transmit, distribute, sell, or furnish electricity in this state. The term includes a lessee, trustee, or receiver of an electric utility.
RAPID/Geothermal/Utah/Transmission +“Public utilities” include “electric corporations,” which are defined, in part, as “every corporation, cooperative association, and person, their lessees, trustees, and receivers, owning, controlling, operating, or managing any electrical plant, or in any way furnishing electric power for public service or to its customers or members for domestic, commercial, or industrial use.” [[UC 54-2 - Definitions | Utah Code Ann. 54-2-1(7)(a)]].
RAPID/Hydropower/Alaska/Transmission +A "public utility" or "utility" includes every corporation whether public, cooperative, or otherwise, company, individual, or association of individuals, their lessees, trustees, or receivers appointed by the court, that owns, operates, manages, or controls any plant, pipeline, or system for furnishing, by generation, transmission, or distribution, electrical service to the public for compensation.
RAPID/Hydropower/California/Transmission +"Public utilities" include an "electric corporation...where the service is performed for, or commodity is delivered to, the public or any portion thereof." An "electric corporation" includes "every corporation or person owning, controlling, operating, or managing any electric plant for compensation.."
RAPID/Hydropower/Colorado/Transmission +A “public utility” includes “every common carrier, pipeline corporation…electrical corporation,… person, or municipality operating for the purpose of supplying the public for domestic, mechanical, or public uses and every corporation, or person declared by law to be affected with a public interest” providing electric, steam, or associated services in the state of Colorado. “Electrical utilities” is defined, in part, as “…every…electrical corporation, person, or municipality operating for the purpose of supplying the public for domestic, mechanical or public uses.”
RAPID/Hydropower/New York/Transmission +A “major utility transmission facility is: *An electric transmission line of a design capacity of one hundred twenty-five (125) kilovolts; or more extending a distance of one (1) mile or more, or; *A electric transmission line of one hundred (100) kilovolts or more and less than one hundred twenty-five (125) kilovolts or more, extending a distance of ten (10) miles or more, including associated equipment.”
RAPID/Solar/California/Transmission +In California, transmission facilities are covered by the definition of 'public utility.' A "public utility" includes every common carrier, toll bridge corporation, pipeline corporation, gas corporation, electrical corporation, telephone corporation, telegraph corporation, water corporation, sewer system corporation, and heat corporation, where the service is performed for, or the commodity is delivered to, the public or any portion thereof. A 'transmission line' has a voltage over 200 kV. A 'power line' has a voltage between 50 and 200 kV. A 'distribution line' has a voltage under 50 kV.
RAPID/Solar/Nevada/Transmission +The term “public utility” includes “any plant or equipment, or any part of a plant or equipment, within this State for the production, delivery or furnishing for or to other persons, including private or municipal corporations, heat, gas, coal slurry, light, power in any form or by any agency, water for business, manufacturing, agricultural or household use, or sewerage service, whether or not within the limits of municipalities.” [[NRS 704 - Regulation of Public Utilities Generally | NRS 704.020(2)(a)]].