PUBLIC LAW 98-381—AUG. 17, 1984
98 STAT. 1335
"(a) Defraying the costs of operation (including purchase of supplemental energy to meet temporary deficiencies in firm energy which the Secretary of Energy is obligated by contract to supply), maintenance and replacements of, and emergency expenditures for, all facilities of the project, within such separate limitations as may be included in annual appropriations Acts;' and (ii) by amending subsection (e) to read as follows: "(e) Transfer to the Lower Colorado River Basin Development Fund established by title IV of the Colorado River Basin Project Act of 1968, as amended and supplemented, of the revenues referred to in section 1(e) of this Act.". (5) By deleting the final period at the end of section 6 and inserting in lieu thereof the following: ": Provided, That the respective rates of interest on appropriated funds advanced for the visitor facilities program, as described in section 101(a) of the Hoover Power Plant Act of 1984, shall be determined by the Secretary of the Treasury, taking into consideration average market yields on outstanding marketable obligations of the United States with remaining periods to maturity comparable to the reimbursement period of the program during the month preceding the fiscal year in which the costs of the program are incurred. To the extent that more than one interest rate is determined pursuant to the preceding sentence, the Secretary of the Treasury shall establish for repayment purposes an interest rate at a weighted average of the rates so determined.". (6) In section 12, in the paragraph beginning with "Replacements", by deleting "during the period from June 1, 1937, to May 31, 1987, inclusive" and inserting in lieu thereof "beginning June 1, 1937". (b) Except as amended by this Act, the Boulder Canyon Project Adjustment Act of 1940 (54 Stat. 774, as amended, 43 U.S.C. 618), as amended and supplemented, shall remain in full force and effect. SEC. 105. (a)(1) The Secretary of Energy shall offer: (A) To each contractor for power generated at Hoover Dam a renewal contract for delivery commencing June 1, 1987, of the amount of capacity and firm energy specified for that contractor in the following table: SCHEDULE A LONG TERM CONTINGENT CAPACITY AND ASSOCIATED FIRM ENERGY RESERVED FOR RENEWAL CONTRACT OFFERS TO CURRENT BOULDER CANYON PROJECT CONTRACTORS
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. City of Los Angeles Southern California Edison Company. City of Glendale City of Pasadena City of Burbank Arizona Power Authority Colorado River Commission of Nevada. United States, for Boulder City Totals
Contingent Firm energy (thousands ofkWh) capacity (kW) Summer Winter
490,875 277,500 18,000 11,000 5,125 189,000 189,000
488,535 175,486 47,398 40,655 14,811 452,192 452,192
209,658 75,208 20,313 17,424 6,347 193,797 193,797
698,193 250,694 67,711 58,079 21,158 645,989 645,989
43 USC 1541. 43 USC 618. 43 USC 618e.
Ante, p. 1333.
43 USC 618k.
43 USC 618 note. 43 USC 618o. Contracts with U.S. 43 USC 619a.