Menu Close

Home Page

UPCOMING MEETINGS
To view all upcoming RRC meetings, agendas, and virtual attendance instructions, visit our Board/Committees page:

OPEN MATTERS & PUBLIC COMMENT OPPORTUNITIES
There are currently no open matters for public comment. All open matters will be listed here:

error_outline

PUBLIC NOTICE OF SUBMISSION OF PROPOSED INITIAL BUDGET, TARIFF AND SURCHARGE.

 
On October 10, 2022, the Railbelt Reliability Council (RRC) filed with the Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA or “Commission”) its proposed 2023 budget.
 
On November 23rd, the RRC filed with the RCA its proposed initial tariff and initial annual surcharge. As part of this filing the RRC submitted a modified proposed 2023 budget.

To view the complete public notices and details for submitting public comments, please visit our Open Matters & Public Comment Opportunities page.

To view the details of the submitted budget, or tariff and surcharge, please visit our Public Documents page.

Any person may file written comments on the proposed Rules with the RCA, 701 West Eighth Avenue, Suite 300, Anchorage, AK 99501, http://rca.alaska.gov/RCAWeb/home.aspx


To receive regular updates on meeting notices, open developments, RRC news, and other announcements, please subscribe to our mailing list:

A New Path Forward for Alaska’s Largest Electrical Grid

The Railbelt Reliability Council (RRC) will provide a forum and structure for six interconnected Railbelt utilities, along with seven non-utility stakeholders, to work together to address Railbelt-wide regional electric system issues to ensure grid resilience and reduce long term costs.

The RRC will define and enforce electric reliability standards, coordinate joint planning through an integrated resource planning process and ensure consistent interconnection protocols for utilities, independent power producers and others who would like to use the grid.  The RRC will also work with the Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA) to develop a cost sharing methodology for assets that have a regional benefit and will also study if there are effective ways for the Railbelt electric system to reduce fuel costs for ratepayers.

The RRC’s Mission

Serve the public interest and provide the greatest long-term value to the Railbelt by working collaboratively and transparently to establish and uphold protocols that sustainably balance safety, reliability, cost, and environmental responsibility.

Subscribe to our Mailing List