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§24-1-1 Legislative purpose and policy; plan for internal reorganization; promulgation of plan as rule; cooperation with joint committee on government and finance.
§24-1-1a Supplemental rule for reorganization; certain reports to be made to the Legislature; filing of such rule and reports and the procedure therefor.
§24-1-1b Supplemental rule for reorganization
§24-1-2 Definitions.
§24-1-3 Commission continued; membership; chairman; compensation.
§24-1-4 Appointment, duties and compensation of secretary and other employees; hearings generally; outside employment by certain employees prohibited.
§24-1-5 Seal to be adopted; collection and disposition of fees.
§24-1-6 Office of commission; time and place of hearings; number of commissioners required for taking action.
§24-1-7 Rules of procedure; commission not bound by rules of evidence or pleadings; inscription on, use of and judicial notice of seal.
§24-1-8 Legal counsel for the commission.
§24-1-9 Recommended decision by hearing commissioner, hearing examiner or panel.
§24-1-10 Continuation of commission.
§24-2-1 Jurisdiction of commission; waiver of jurisdiction.
§24-2-1a Authority of commission to enter and inspect railroad property.
§24-2-1b Additional jurisdiction of commission.
§24-2-1c Certificates of need required for solid waste facilities.
§24-2-1d Future electric generating capacity requirements.
§24-2-1e Rate recovery for construction of electric transmission facilities.
§24-2-1f Jurisdiction of commission over solid waste facilities.
§24-2-1g Rate incentives for utility investment in qualified clean coal and clean air control technology facilities.
§24-2-1h Additional powers and duties of commission to control flow of solid waste.
§24-2-1i Commission authorized to issue emergency certificate of need to certain commercial solid waste facilities; division of environmental protection to modify facility permit; criteria for emergen
§24-2-2 General power of commission to regulate public utilities.
§24-2-3 General power of commission with respect to rates.
§24-2-3a Advance notice of filing of general rate case required.
§24-2-3b Transitional suspension of schedule; legislative findings; procedure.
§24-2-3c Cessation of jurisdiction over rates for certain services subject to competition.
§24-2-4 Procedure for changing rates.
§24-2-4a Procedure for changing rates after June 30, 1981.
§24-2-4b Procedures for changing rates of electric and natural gas cooperatives, local exchange services of telephone cooperatives and municipally operated public utilities.
§24-2-4c Rate increases for natural gas public utilities relating to purchase of natural gas from suppliers.
§24-2-4d Procedures for intrastate rail carrier rate-making and compliants.
§24-2-4e Environmental control bonds.
§24-2-5 Supervision of public utilities licensed by municipalities, county courts or otherwise; right to enter premises, inspect and correct meters.
§24-2-6 Power as to connecting telephone and telegraph services.
§24-2-7 Unreasonable, etc., regulations, practices and services; receivership; procedures respecting receivership; appointment and compensation of receiver; liquidation.
§24-2-8 System of accounts to be kept by public utilities; uniform accounting system for public service districts and municipally owned public utilities.
§24-2-9 Information concerning rates, etc., of public utilities may be required and published by commission.
§24-2-10 Power to subpoena witnesses, take testimony and administer oaths; contempt; self-incrimination.
§24-2-11 Requirements for certificate of public convenience and necessity.
§24-2-11a Requirement for certificate of public convenience and necessity before beginning construction of high voltage transmission line; contents of application; notice; hearing; criteria for granti
§24-2-11b Continuing prudence reviews.
§24-2-11c Siting certificates for certain electric generating facilities or material modifications thereof.
§24-2-11d Revocation of certificate of public convenience and necessity; acquisition of facilities by capable public utility.
§24-2-12 What acts may not be done without consent of commission; consent in advance of exemption of transactions; when sale, etc., of franchises, mergers, etc., void.
§24-2-12a Issuance of stock; requirement of applying to commission for orders authorizing issuance; hearing and investigation on application; order; when issuance is void.
§24-2-13 Enforcement of federal acts.
§24-2-14 Reports required to be filed by generating electric utilities; contents; powers of commission to obtain information; availability to the public; certain studies required.
§24-2-15 Automatic adjustment clauses or fuel adjustment clauses prohibited.
§24-2-16 Anticompetitive clauses in natural gas contracts prohibited.
§24-2-17 Registry of electric customers on life support systems; notification prior to scheduled outages; priority of service restoration; limitation of liability; life support defined.
§24-2-18 Legislative findings on electric service; jurisdiction of the commission to determine public interest in permitting retail access to competitive power supply markets; participation of intere
§24-2A-1 Special rates for gas and electric utility customers receiving Social Security Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), Aid to Families with Depe
§24-2A-2 Recovery of revenue deficiencies.
§24-2A-3 Limitation on and exemption from local business and occupation or privilege taxes and local public utility excise taxes.
§24-2A-4 Definitions.
§24-2B-1 Temporary suspension of rate increases.
§24-2B-2 Emergency rate increase; financial hardship procedure.
§24-2C-1 Legislative findings; utilities subject to public service commission to file new rates.
§24-2C-2 Tel-assistance; definitions.
§24-2C-3 Monthly rate set by public service commission; prohibited and permissible charges.
§24-2C-4 Availability of tel-assistance service; determination of eligibility; promulgation of rules.
§24-2C-5 Recovery of revenue deficiencies.
§24-2D-1 Legislative findings.
§24-2D-2 Incentives for use of alternative fuels in new technologies.
§24-2D-3 Limitation on commission jurisdiction over sales by nonutilities of alternative fuel for certain purposes.
§24-2E-1 Transfer of phone service providers.
§24-2E-2 Telephone services agreements.
§24-2F-1 Short title.
§24-2F-2 Legislative findings.
§24-2F-3 Definitions.
§24-2F-4 Awarding of alternative and renewable energy resource credits.
§24-2F-5 Alternative and renewable energy portfolio standard; compliance assessments.
§24-2F-6 Alternative and renewable energy portfolio standard compliance plan; application; approval; and progress report.
§24-2F-7 Cost recovery and rate incentives for electric utility investment in alternative and renewable energy resources.
§24-2F-8 Net metering and interconnection standards.
§24-2F-9 Interagency agreements; alternative and renewable energy resource planning assessment.
§24-2F-10 Portfolio requirements for rural electric cooperatives, municipally owned electric facilities or utilities serving less than thirty thousand residential electric customers in West Virginia;
§24-2F-11 Alternative and renewable energy resources grant program.
§24-2F-12 Rule-making authority.
§24-3-1 Adequate facilities; safety appliances; reasonable rates; railroad switch connections; discontinuing service.
§24-3-1a Definitions; telemetry systems required.
§24-3-1b Locomotive power units; helper units; one person crew prohibited; engineer requirement; restrictions on selection of crew; definitions; promulgation of rules.
§24-3-2 Discrimination prohibited.
§24-3-3 Connecting carriers generally; sharing use of terminals; discrimination by railroad main lines against tap, etc., lines.
§24-3-3a Gas utility pipelines declared as common carriers; commission approval of certain transportation.
§24-3-3b Access to privately owned railroad track and adjoining facilities.
§24-3-4 Free transportation and passes; reduced rates; exchange of services and privileges.
§24-3-5 Schedule of rates to be filed with commission.
§24-3-6 Special license fee;"public service commission fund."
§24-3-7 Permit to abandon service; certificate; hearing upon intervention by consumer advocate; alternative service.
§24-3-8 Deposits.
§24-3-9 Easement and right-of-way.
§24-3-10 Termination of water service for delinquent sewer bills.
§24-4-1 General penalties for violating provisions of this chapter.
§24-4-2 Penalty for falsifying, destroying or altering entries and for making false statements.
§24-4-3 Additional penalties for violating certain orders of commission.
§24-4-4 Penalty for violating orders of commission for which no other penalty is provided.
§24-4-5 Violation of commission's orders as contempt punishable by commission.
§24-4-6 Procedure before commission as to violations.
§24-4-7 Damages recoverable for violations.
§24-4-8 What constitutes separate violation.
§24-5-1 Review of final orders of commission.
§24-6-1 Legislative findings.
§24-6-1a Municipal emergency telephone systems.
§24-6-2 Definitions.
§24-6-3 Adoption of emergency telephone system plan.
§24-6-4 Creation of emergency telephone systems.
§24-6-5 Enhanced emergency telephone system requirements.
§24-6-6 Enhanced emergency telephone system proposed requirement.
§24-6-6a Alternate procedure for proposal by the department of public safety.
§24-6-6b Wireless enhanced 911 fee.
§24-6-7 Resolution of conflicts.
§24-6-8 Limitation of liability.
§24-6-9 Prohibitions and penalty.
§24-6-10 Prohibition against using "911" in company name.
§24-6-11 Confidentiality of proprietary information.
§24-6-12 Dispatching of towing services for emergency towing of vehicles; exceptions.
§24-6-13 Confidentiality of certain calls to county answering points and records; retention of records.
§24-6-14 Notification of mining accidents.
§24-7-1 Legislative findings; commission authorized to acquire headquarters.
§24-7-2 Exclusive authority for purchase of headquarters.
§24-7-3 Management and control of public service commission headquarters building.
§24-7-4 Legislative findings; authority to acquire further properties.
§24-8-1 Legislative findings.
§24-8-2 Rule-making authority.