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  1. ER14 Public Comment and Complaint Resolution Rule

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    This Public Comment and Complaint Resolution Rule, effective as of May 17, 2024, provides provisions for members of the public to submit and for the RRC to receive and process oral or written Formal Public Comments directed to the RRC.

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  1. ER14 Public Comment and Complaint Resolution Rule

    Organizational Documents

    This Public Comment and Complaint Resolution Rule, effective as of May 17, 2024, provides provisions for members of the public to submit and for the RRC to receive and process oral or written Formal Public Comments directed to the RRC.

  2. P-07 Qualified Representative Policy

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    This Board Policy establishes the processes for appointing, dismissing, and sharing Qualified Representatives (QRs) as well as the process of budgeting for and compensating QRs for attendance at Technical Advisory Council (TAC) working group meetings.

  3. Alaska’s Governor signed into law Senate Bill 123 (SB123) to ensure the creation of an Electric Reliability Organization (ERO) for the Railbelt region. SB123 directs the Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA) to adopt regulations governing the ERO, prescribes the duties of the ERO (creation of rules, reliability standards, and Integrated Resource Planning), provides for a funding mechanism for the ERO, and outlines the duties of load-serving entities.

  4. Public Involvement Committee Charter

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    The Railbelt Reliability Council (RRC) Ad-Hoc Public Involvement Committee (Committee) will be tasked primarily with managing and maintaining the RRC’s public interface and related considerations.

  1. Alaska’s Governor signed into law Senate Bill 123 (SB123) to ensure the creation of an Electric Reliability Organization (ERO) for the Railbelt region. SB123 directs the Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA) to adopt regulations governing the ERO, prescribes the duties of the ERO (creation of rules, reliability standards, and Integrated Resource Planning), provides for a funding mechanism for the ERO, and outlines the duties of load-serving entities.

  2. 3 AAC 46.430

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    Alaska Administrative Code (AAC) that provides filing and content requirements to govern Electric Reliability Organization's (ERO's) surcharge filings. Surcharge filings must be submitted as tariff filings in accordance with 3 AAC 46.320 – 46.330. An annual surcharge revision must be filed with the Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA) at least 45 days prior to the beginning of the ERO’s fiscal year.

  3. AS 42.05.760

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    Alaska Statute (AS) that provides the regulatory requirement for a load-serving entity operating within an interconnected electric energy transmission networks to participate in Electric Reliability Organizations (EROs) certified by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA). It also details the process for formation and certification of an ERO by the RCA.

  1. ERO Certificate

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    The RRC's Electric Reliability Organization (ERO) Certificate, granted by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA) on September 23, 2022, authorizing it authorizing it to perform the duties and exercise the authority of an ERO, as defined in AS 42.05.790, for the interconnected Alaska Railbelt bulk-electric system.

  1. ER14 Public Comment and Complaint Resolution Rule

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    This Public Comment and Complaint Resolution Rule, effective as of May 17, 2024, provides provisions for members of the public to submit and for the RRC to receive and process oral or written Formal Public Comments directed to the RRC.

  2. ER1 Product Development Rule

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    This Product Development Rule, effective as of January 26, 2023, creates processes and carries out statutory and regulatory requirements regarding the development of integrated resource plans, rules, tariff, and standards (including reliability standards) ensuring the RRC provides reasonable notice and opportunity for public comment, due process, openness, and balancing of interests in exercising its duties. It also ensures that the integrated resource plans, rules, and standards adopted by the RRC do not grant any person an unreasonable preference or advantage or subject any person to an unreasonable prejudice or disadvantage.

  3. ER13 Equitable Allocation of Costs Rule

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    This Equitable Allocation of Costs Rule, effective as of January 26, 2023, states that costs for RRC activities will be allocated to load-serving entities load-serving entities by the RRC, based on net energy for load.

  4. ER12 Conduct Compliance Rule

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    This Conduct Compliance Rule, effective as of January 26, 2023, enforces the Ethical Conduct Rule (ER11), certain provisions of the Bylaws, certain provisions of the Voting Procedures Rule (ER10), and the Whistleblower Policy (P-02) (collectively “Conduct Policies”) when alleged violations of Conduct Policies are made, by providing a process for (1) filing a complaint alleging a potential violation of the Conduct Policies, (2) investigating alleged violations, and (3) issuing sanctions for violations.

  5. ER11 Ethical Conduct Rule

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    This Ethical Conduct Rule, effective as of January 26, 2023, establishes a framework for ethical behavior and guide the actions of the RRC Representatives consistent with the RRC’s values in interactions with internal and external parties.

  1. P-07 Qualified Representative Policy

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    This Board Policy establishes the processes for appointing, dismissing, and sharing Qualified Representatives (QRs) as well as the process of budgeting for and compensating QRs for attendance at Technical Advisory Council (TAC) working group meetings.

  2. P-05 Drug and Alcohol Policy

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    This Board Policy addresses drug and alcohol use for employees and applicants. Drug and alcohol misuse poses a threat to the health and safety of RRC employees and to the security of the company's data, equipment, and facilities. For these reasons, the RRC is committed to the elimination of drug and alcohol use/misuse in the workplace

  3. P-03a Board Member Fees and Reimbursement of Expenses Policy

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    This Board Policy establishes those activities for which Board Members may receive fees and reimbursement of eligible expenses and processes for submission, approval, and payment of the same.

  1. PD-03 TAC Structure and Process

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    This document describes the Technical Advisory Council (TAC’s) responsibilities and structure, the Railbelt Reliability Council (RRC) workflow processes involving the TAC, and steps for developing TAC recommendations and other deliverables.

  2. PD-02 Technical Qualifications Vetting Process

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    This process will be used to determine whether a RRC director’s QR or RRC employee possesses the technical qualifications required by the RRC.

  1. Public Involvement Committee Charter

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    The Railbelt Reliability Council (RRC) Ad-Hoc Public Involvement Committee (Committee) will be tasked primarily with managing and maintaining the RRC’s public interface and related considerations.

  2. Infrastructure Committee Charter

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    The Railbelt Reliability Council (RRC) Infrastructure Board Committee (Committee) will assist the RRC Board of Directors (Board) in fulfilling its responsibilities regarding matters that relate to the RRC’s public interface and infrastructure needs.

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