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overcollections

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  • n. Plural form of overcollection.

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  • The average duration in which overcollections and overruns were permitted before the bureau stopped them was 22 days in 2004, and 32 days in 2005.

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  • Government Bonds that represent those overcollections.

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  • Of course, this would increase the amount of overcollections into the fund, but the low value workers of this country need to expand their contributions to the solvency of our country.

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  • Based on a CPUC decision in March 2001, the $4.5 billion transition revenue account undercollection as of December 31, 2000 and the coal and hydroelectric balancing account overcollections were reclassified, and the transition cost balancing account

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  • PBR Decision On April 22, 2002, the CPUC issued a decision that modified the PBR mechanism in the following significant respects: • SCE's current PBR distribution sales mechanism was converted to a revenue requirement mechanism to prevent material revenue undercollections or overcollections resulting from errors in estimates of electric sales.

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  • The 2002 increase was primarily due to the establishment of the PROACT regulatory asset in 2001, overcollections used to recover the PROACT balance and revenue collected to recover the rate reduction bond regulatory asset, partially offset by the impact of SCE's implementation of CPUC decisions related to URG and the PBR mechanism, as well as the impact of other regulatory actions.

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  • Previous rules had called only for overcollections to be transferred to the TCBA monthly, while undercollections were to remain in the TRA until they were recovered from future overcollections or the end of the rate freeze, whichever came first.

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  • The change in deferred revenue reflects the deferral of approximately $93 million of revenue in 2005, resulting from balancing account overcollections, compared to the recognition of approximately $231 million in 2004.

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  • The new calculation required the coal and hydroelectric balancing account overcollections (which amounted to $1.5 billion as of December 31, 2000) to be transferred monthly to the TRA, rather than annually to the TCBA (as previously required).

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  • Assembly Bill (AB) 57, which the Governor of California signed in September 2002, provides that the CPUC shall adjust rates, or order refunds, to amortize undercollections or overcollections of power procurement costs.

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