relates to Bonneville Power Administration and Southwestern Power Administration; pt. 3, Bureau of Reclamation, Volume 2; Volume 19, Part 2

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Page 457 - Rate schedules shall be drawn having regard to the recovery (upon the basis of the application of such rate schedules to the capacity of the electric facilities of the projects) of the cost of producing and transmitting such electric energy, including the amortization of the capital investment allocated to power over a reasonable period of years.
Page 457 - The Secretary of the Interior is authorized, from funds to be appropriated by the Congress, to construct or acquire, by purchase or other agreement, only such transmission lines and related facilities as may be necessary in order to make the power and energy generated at said projects available in wholesale quantities for sale on fair and reasonable terms and conditions to facilities owned by the Federal Government, public bodies, cooperatives, and privately owned companies.
Page 457 - Electric power and energy generated at reservoir projects under the control of the War Department and in the opinion of the Secretary of War not required in the operation of such projects shall be delivered to the Secretary of the Interior, who shall transmit and dispose of such power and energy in such manner as to encourage the most widespread use thereof at the lowest possible rates to consumers consistent with sound business principles, the rate schedules to become effective upon confirmation...
Page 61 - When a retirement unit is retired from electric plant, with or without replacement, the book cost thereof shall be credited to the electric plant account in which it is included, determined in the manner set forth in paragraph D, below. If the retirement unit is of a depreciable class, the book cost of the unit retired and credited to electric plant shall be charged to the accumulated provision for depreciation applicable to such property.
Page 41 - War shall install and maintain additional machinery, equipment, and facilities for the generation of electric energy at the Fort Peck project when in the judgment of the Bureau such additional generating facilities are desirable to meet actual or potential market requirements for such electric energy.
Page 87 - USC 825s), generated or purchased in the southwestern power area, shall be covered into the Treasury of the United States as miscellaneous receipts, except that the Treasury shall set up and maintain from such receipts a continuing fund of...
Page 61 - ... property which has been removed, sold, abandoned, destroyed, or which for any cause has been withdrawn from electric service. 35. "Public utility...
Page 291 - Engineers in the area which is defined as comprising the States of Arkansas and Louisiana, that part of the States of Kansas and Missouri lying south of the Missouri River Basin, and east of the 98th meridian, and that part of the States of Texas and Oklahoma lying east of the 99th meridian and north of the San Antonio River Basin.
Page 453 - Administrator in acquiring, operating, and maintaining distribution systems, or any portion or portions thereof, and related electric facilities and equipment. 4. The Administrator shall dispose of electric energy under contracts or agreements which contain such terms and conditions, including resale rate provisions, as in the judgment of the Administrator may be desirable and appropriate to effectuate the marketing policies established by the Congress and expressed in this Order.
Page 421 - ... hydroelectric developments of this area result primarily in the production of power capacity, rather than large amounts of electric energy available on a continuous basis as required by any power consumer. This is an inherent physical characteristic of hydro-electric developments in the southwestern area which makes them essentially different from similar developments in practically every other section of the country.

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