Disconnection. Upon termination of this Agreement, Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner will take all appropriate steps to disconnect the Developer’s Large Generating Facility from the New York State Transmission System. All costs required to effectuate such disconnection shall be borne by the terminating Party, unless such termination resulted from the non-terminating Party’s Default of this Agreement or such non-terminating Party otherwise is responsible for these costs under this Agreement.
Disconnection. Upon termination of the Interconnection Service Agreement in accordance with this Section 16, Transmission Provider and/or the Interconnected Transmission Owner shall, in coordination with Interconnection Customer, physically disconnect the Customer Facility from the Transmission System, except to the extent otherwise allowed by this Appendix 2.
Disconnection. Qwest may disconnect any Services provided under this Agreement for any breach by CLEC of this Agreement that is not cured by CLEC in accordance with Section 11 herein, including without limitation, failure by CLEC to make full payment for such Services, less any good faith disputed amount as provided for in this Agreement, within sixty (60) Days following the Payment Due Date provided that Qwest has first notified CLEC in writing at least ten (10) business days prior to disconnecting Services. CLEC will pay the applicable charge set forth in the Rate Sheet required to reconnect Services for each End User Customer disconnected pursuant to this Section 8.3. In case of such disconnection, all applicable undisputed charges, including termination charges, will become due and payable. If Qwest does not disconnect CLEC's Service on the date specified in the ten (10) business days notice, and CLEC's noncompliance continues, nothing contained herein shall preclude Qwest's right to disconnect any or all Services. For reconnection of the Service to occur, CLEC will be required to make full payment of all past and current undisputed charges under this Agreement for Services and Qwest may require a deposit (or recalculate the deposit) pursuant to Section 8.5. In addition to other remedies that may be available at law or equity, Qwest reserves the right to seek equitable relief, including injunctive relief and specific performance. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Qwest will not effect a disconnection pursuant to this Section 8.3 in such manner that CLEC may not reasonably comply with Applicable Law concerning End User Customer disconnection and notification, provided that, the foregoing is subject to CLEC’s reasonable diligence in effecting such compliance.
Disconnection. NYISO or National Grid may disconnect the Municipal System when disconnection is necessary under Good Utility Practice due to an Emergency State. These rights are separate and distinct from any right of Curtailment of NYISO pursuant to the NYISO OATT. When National Grid can schedule the disconnection in advance, National Grid shall notify Municipal of the reasons, timing and expected duration of the disconnection. National Grid shall coordinate with the Municipal using Good Utility Practice to schedule the disconnection during periods of least impact to the Municipal and the New York State Transmission System. The Parties understand that any disconnection the NYISO is authorized to make under this Section 7.4.2 are conditioned upon: (i) the NYISO’s notification of the Municipal of the reasons, timing and expected duration of the disconnection; and (ii) the NYISO’s coordination with the Municipal using Good Utility Practice to schedule the disconnection during periods of least impact to the Municipal and the New York State Transmission System. Any disconnection shall continue only for so long as reasonably necessary under Good Utility Practice. The Parties shall cooperate with each other to restore the Municipal System, and the New York State Transmission System to their normal operating state as soon as practicable consistent with Good Utility Practice.
Disconnection. The Utility may temporarily disconnect the Generating Facility upon the following conditions:
Disconnection. Upon termination of this Agreement, Transmission Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner will take all appropriate steps to disconnect the Transmission Developer’s Transmission Project from the New York State Transmission System and to perform such work as may be necessary to ensure that the New York State Transmission System shall be left in a safe and reliable condition in accordance with Good Utility Practice and the safety and reliability criteria of Connecting Transmission Owner and NYISO. All costs required to effectuate such disconnection shall be borne by the Transmission Developer, unless such termination resulted from the Connecting Transmission Owner’s Default of this Agreement.
Disconnection. Upon termination of the Agreement for Electric Service by its terms, Consumer shall disconnect the Electric Generating Facility from the Power Company Distribution System. Power Company shall have the right to disconnect, or to require the Consumer to disconnect, the Electric Generating Facility immediately and without prior notice if, in the Power Company’s sole opinion, an Emergency exists and immediate disconnection is necessary to protect persons or property from injury or damage. Power Company shall have the right to disconnect, or to require the Consumer to disconnect, the Electric Generating Facility with no less than seven days prior notice if, in the Power Company’s sole opinion, such disconnection is required in order for the Power Company to conduct maintenance, repairs or replacements of its facilities or the Power Company Distribution System. Consumer shall disconnect the Electric Generating Facility immediately if an Emergency exists and immediate disconnection is necessary to protect persons or property from injury or damage.
Disconnection. (a) If FERC, the Host Utility, any market monitor, Balancing Authority (including any applicable RTO or ISO), other Transmission Provider, ERO or other Governmental Authority with jurisdiction requires that the Facility or any portion thereof be disconnected from any interconnected electrical system (or requires that provision or delivery of Contract Capacity, Storage Capacity, Contract Energy, Storage Energy, or Other Electric Products hereunder otherwise be curtailed, reduced or interrupted), Seller shall be solely responsible for all costs and expenses incurred by Seller due to such disconnection or interruption.