(a) An electric company may transfer any of its generation facilities or generation
assets to an affiliate.
(b) The transfer of a generation facility or generation asset to an affiliate may
not affect or restrict the Commission's determination of the value of a generation
asset for purposes of transition costs or benefits under § 7-513(b) of this subtitle.
(c)(1) This subsection is in effect until the later of the date when:
(i) all customers of the electric company are eligible for customer choice under § 7-510 of this subtitle; and
(ii) the amount of transition costs or benefits arising from the generation to be
transferred has been finally determined by the Commission under § 7-513(a) through (c) of this subtitle.
(2) The Commission may review and approve the transfer for the sole purpose of determining:
(i) that the appropriate accounting has been followed;
(ii) that the transfer does not or would not result in an undue adverse effect on
the proper functioning of a competitive electricity supply market; and
(iii) the appropriate transfer price and rate making treatment.
(3) The Commission shall act on the transfer of a generation facility or generation
asset under this subsection within 180 days after the electric company files its proposed
transfer application and any required supporting information.
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