A. After the expiration or termination of capped rates except as provided in § 56-585.1, the Commission shall regulate the rates of investor-owned incumbent electric utilities
for the transmission of electric energy, to the extent not prohibited by federal law,
and for the generation of electric energy and the distribution of electric energy
to retail customers pursuant to § 56-585.1.
B. Beginning July 1, 1999, and thereafter, no cooperative that was a member of a power
supply cooperative on January 1, 1999, shall be obligated to file any rate rider as
a consequence of an increase or decrease in the rates, other than fuel costs, of its
wholesale supplier, nor must any adjustment be made to such cooperative's rates as
a consequence thereof.
C. Except for the provision of default services under § 56-585 or emergency services in § 56-586, nothing in this chapter shall authorize the Commission to regulate the rates or
charges for electric service to the Commonwealth and its municipalities.
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