90-4-307. Submission and approval of curtailment plans. (1) The governor may at any time require a distributor of an energy resource to prepare for the governor's approval a plan for the curtailment of the distribution of that resource in the event of a state of energy emergency. Plans must be submitted in the form and within limits that the governor shall specify and must recognize the obligations and duties that may be placed upon distributors subject to this part by other jurisdictions, both state and federal.
(2) Approval of plans for curtailment must be based on the following factors:
(a) the consistency of the plan with the public health, safety, and welfare;
(b) the technical feasibility of implementation of the plan;
(c) the effectiveness with which the plan minimizes the impact of any curtailment;
(d) the needs of commercial, agricultural, retail, professional, and service establishments whose normal function is to supply goods or services, or both, of an essential nature, including but not limited to food, lodging, fuel, and medical care facilities; and
(e) the regional agreements or contracts of the distributors.