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6 N.J.A.R. 559

Atlantic City Electric Company, in the Matter of the Petition of, for Approval of Modification in Its Tariff Electric Service
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Citation: 6 N.J.A.R. 559
Decision Date: 1979
Synopsis: Atlantic City Electric Company submitted a petition to the Board of Public Utilities seeking to revive its levelized energy adjustment clause (LEAC). The administrative law judge assigned to the case determined that an 80 percent inservice capacity factor for the company's Peach Bot- tom nuclear generating units was reasonable. In adoption, the judge found that an 11.43 percent line loss factor along with the company's oil price estimates were reasonable. The judge determined that the company's nuclear fuel disposal costs and an adjustment to changes per kilowatt-hour, in relation to the gross receipts and franchise tax to be paid by the company were not reasonable and proper for the purposes of the procedure. Daniel P. Duthie, Esq. (LeBoeuf, Lamb, Leiby & MacRae, attorney) and Joseph T. Kelly, Jr., Esq., for Atlantic City Electric Company Alfred L. Nardelli, Deputy Public Advocate, John P. Halvorsen, Assistant Deputy Public Advocate, and David Paul, Assistant Deputy Public Advocate, for the Division of Rate Counsel, Depart. ment of the Public Advocate