Developer Compensation for Emergency Services Sample Clauses

Developer Compensation for Emergency Services. If, during an Emergency State, the Developer provides services at the request or direction of the NYISO or Connecting Transmission Owner, the Developer will be compensated for such services in accordance with the NYISO Services Tariff.
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Developer Compensation for Emergency Services. If, during an Emergency State, the Developer provides services at the request or direction of the NYISO or Connecting Transmission Owner, the Developer will be compensated for such services in accordance with the NYISO Services Tariff. Line Outage Costs. Notwithstanding anything in the NYISO OATT to the contrary, the Connecting Transmission Owner may propose to recover line outage costs associated with the installation of Connecting Transmission Owner’s Attachment Facilities or System Upgrade Facilities or System Deliverability Upgrades on a case-by-case basis.
Developer Compensation for Emergency Services. 11.7 Line Outage Costs. 11.7 Line Outage Costs.
Developer Compensation for Emergency Services. If, during an Emergency State, the Developer provides services at the request or direction of the NYISO or Connecting Transmission Owner, the Developer will be compensated for such services in accordance with the NYISO Services Tariff. If the actual cost of the Network Upgrade Facilities is greater than the NUF Estimated Total Costs amount for reasons other than those set forth in Article 11.6.2, Transmission Developer will pay the additional costs to Connecting Transmission Owner to the extent such costs are prudently incurred. Disputes between Transmission Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner concerning costs in excess of the agreed-to and secured amount will be resolved by the parties in accordance with the terms and conditions of Article 27.
Developer Compensation for Emergency Services. If, during an Emergency State, the DeveloperNYSEG provides services at the request or direction of the NYISO or Connecting Transmission Owner, the DeveloperTrAILCo, NYSEG will be compensated for such services in accordance with the NYISO Services Tariff. If, during an Emergency State, TrAILCo provides services at the request or direction of NYSEG, TrAILCo will be compensated for such services.
Developer Compensation for Emergency Services. If, during an Emergency State, the Developer provides services at the request or direction of the NYISO or Transmission Owner, the Developer will be compensated for such services in accordance with the NYISO Services Tariff. Issued by: Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx, President Effective: Issued on: April 26, 2004 Filed to comply with Order No. 2003-A of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Docket No. RM02-1-001, issued March 5, 2004, 106 FERC ¶ 61,220 (2004).

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