Nevada Energy; Public Utilities and Similar Entities
Sec. § 704.677
Certificates of public convenience and necessity to be issued to certain cooperatives, nonprofit corporations and associations; contents of statement and certificate.


1.

Every cooperative association or nonprofit corporation or association and every other supplier of services described in this chapter which has, prior to April 26, 1963, supplied such services for the use of the public or for the use of its own members, or has constructed facilities to provide such services and has done so prior to March 15, 1963, is hereby entitled to receive a certificate of public convenience and necessity from the Commission to cover such facilities and such area as it served prior to April 26, 1963.

2.

Every cooperative association or nonprofit corporation or association and every other supplier of services described in this chapter which has, prior to April 26, 1963, supplied such services and is thereby entitled to a certificate of public convenience and necessity for such facilities and area served shall file with the Commission a statement setting forth:

(a)

The name or names of the cooperative association or nonprofit corporation or association, as the case may be, by whom the facilities have been operated.

(b)

A physical description of all of the plan and facilities used by such association in rendering such service.

(c)

A general description of the area or territory served.

(d)

Such other information as the Commission may reasonably prescribe.

3.

The Commission shall, within 60 days after receiving such statement, issue a certificate of public convenience and necessity to the cooperative association or nonprofit corporation or association. The certificate of public convenience and necessity shall contain a description of the territory which has been served by such cooperative association or nonprofit corporation or association prior to April 26, 1963, and such territory shall be considered the service area within which the cooperative association or nonprofit corporation or association may conduct its business within the State of Nevada.
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