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He served as VALOR's principal operations architect during the company's business start-up in 2000 and was instrumental in the development of the company's Alternative Form of Regulation Plan, which guides VALOR's capital investment plan in the State of New Mexico.
a) Editor notes: -- The two-phased approach to rate implementation recognizes that, in Oregon, about 70 percent of the company's business is regulated under a traditional cost-of-service basis and the remaining amount, approximately 30 percent, is handled under Alternative Form of Regulation (AFOR), which is due to expire June 30, 2001.
and WorldCom today filed a joint motion with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) to intervene in the proceeding on SBC Ameritech Ohio's November 22nd application for approval of an Alternative Form of Regulation.
The plan, called an Alternative Form of Regulation (AFOR), provides a different form of regulation based on price and service quality that is more suited to the developing competitive telecommunications market.
Advantage Ohio is an alternative form of regulation that allowed Ameritech to prepare for the competition it now faces, along with providing significant benefits for its business and residential customers in Ohio.
Ameritech was granted an alternative form of regulation during 1995 as part of its so-called "Advantage Ohio" proposal.
If viable local exchange competition develops as the result of the Commission establishing the appropriate terms for interconnection to Bell Atlantic Maryland's network, then the Commission could consider an alternative form of regulation for Bell Atlantic Maryland, Mr.
The filing was made under Act 67 of 1993, which provides for an alternative form of regulation and modernization of the state's telecommunications infrastructure.