Effective Cost Sample Clauses

Effective Cost. The adjusted cost of Conserved Water and Storage to the Optionee after accounting for the application of any Cost Off-Sets, inclusive of the potential in-kind contributions made by CADIZ as referenced in Section 2.2(b) and 2.2(e) above is the “Effective Cost” and is generally described in Exhibit “C”. Specifically, following completion of Environmental Review for the Program, Optionee may elect on its own or in coordination with some or all of the other purchasers of conserved water, to assume complete responsibility for the design, financing, construction and operation of the pipeline that conveys water between the CRA and the Property. The Effective Cost will reflect Optionee’s assumption of these costs.
Effective Cost. The effective cost of the loan is ____%.

Related to Effective Cost

  • Project Cost An updated cost spreadsheet reflecting the current forecasted cost vs. the latest approved budget vs. the baseline budget should be included in this section. One way to track project cost is to show: (1) Baseline Budget, (2) Latest Approved Budget, (3) Current Forecasted Cost Estimate, (4) Expenditures or Commitments to Date, and (5) Variance between Current Forecasted Cost and Latest Approved Budget. Line items should include all significant cost centers, such as prior costs, right-of-way, preliminary engineering, environmental mitigation, general engineering consultant, section design contracts, construction administration, utilities, construction packages, force accounts/task orders, wrap-up insurance, construction contingencies, management contingencies, and other contingencies. The line items can be broken-up in enough detail such that specific areas of cost change can be sufficiently tracked and future improvements made to the overall cost estimating methodology. A Program Total line should be included at the bottom of the spreadsheet. Narratives, tables, and/or graphs should accompany the updated cost spreadsheet, basically detailing the current cost status, reasons for cost deviations, impacts of cost overruns, and efforts to mitigate cost overruns. The following information should be provided: • Reasons for each line item deviation from the approved budget, impacts resulting from the deviations, and initiatives being analyzed or implemented in order to recover any cost overruns. • Transfer of costs to and from contingency line items, and reasons supporting the transfers. • Speculative cost changes that potentially may develop in the future, a quantified dollar range for each potential cost change, and the current status of the speculative change. Also, a comparison analysis to the available contingency amounts should be included, showing that reasonable and sufficient amounts of contingency remain to keep the project within the latest approved budget. • Detailed cost breakdown of the general engineering consultant (GEC) services (if applicable), including such line items as contract amounts, task orders issued (amounts), balance remaining for tasks, and accrued (billable) costs. • Federal obligations and/or disbursements for the project, compared to planned obligations and disbursements.

  • Estimated Number of Participating Households Approximately 6,460. This figure is based on loans with unpaid principal balances ranging from $200,000 to $400,000 with an average funding of $5,000.00.

  • Construction Cost The cost to Owner of the construction of those portions of the entire Project designed or specified by or for Engineer under this Agreement, including construction labor, services, materials, equipment, insurance, and bonding costs, and allowances for contingencies. Construction Cost does not include costs of services of Engineer or other design professionals and consultants; cost of land or rights-of-way, or compensation for damages to property; Owner’s costs for legal, accounting, insurance counseling, or auditing services; interest or financing charges incurred in connection with the Project; or the cost of other services to be provided by others to Owner. Construction Cost is one of the items comprising Total Project Costs.

  • Isolation Allowance Employees in the following Communities shall receive an Isolation Allowance of $74.00 per month. Alert Bay New Denver Xxxxx Lake Port Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx Port Hardy Dawson Creek Port XxXxxxx Xxxxx Lake Pouce Coupe Fort Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Rupert Fort St. Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Islands Fort St. Xxxx Xxxxxxxx Fraser Lake Xxxxxxx Gold River Tahsis Hazelton Terrace Houston Tofino Hudson Hope Tumbler Ridge Kitimat Valemount XxXxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Waglisla Nakusp

  • REDUCTION IN WORK FORCE 19.01 In the event of a reduction in the work force, regular employees shall be laid off in reverse order of seniority, provided that there are available employees with greater seniority who are qualified and willing to do the work of the employees laid off.

  • Relocation Allowance An employee who is reassigned, transferred, receives a lateral action, or is promoted and who is required by agency policy to relocate his residence shall be granted time off with pay for one workday leave for purposes of relocating his residence. No employee will be credited with more than the number of hours in the employee’s regular workday and such time shall not be counted as hours worked for the purpose of computing compensatory time or overtime. In addition, the employee shall be granted travel reimbursement for travel from the old residence to the new residence based on the most direct route.

  • Termination Costs If a Party elects to terminate this Agreement pursuant to Article 2.3.1 above, the terminating Party shall pay all costs incurred (including any cancellation costs relating to orders or contracts for Attachment Facilities and equipment) or charges assessed by the other Parties, as of the date of the other Parties’ receipt of such notice of termination, that are the responsibility of the terminating Party under this Agreement. In the event of termination by a Party, all Parties shall use commercially Reasonable Efforts to mitigate the costs, damages and charges arising as a consequence of termination. Upon termination of this Agreement, unless otherwise ordered or approved by FERC:

  • REDUCTION IN FORCE It is understood and agreed that in addition to the above designated and related duties, full-time professional staff shall participate fully in the activities of institutional councils and/or committees. The employment status of the Employee shall be as follows: Executive/Managerial Appointment , not subject to tenure. Professional/Managerial Appointment , not subject to tenure. Other conditions of Employment:

  • Total Project Cost The total cost of the Project is $10,316,729, of which (i) Grantee is contributing to the Company land in the Park valued at not less than $400,000 (the “Land”), (ii) the State of Florida Economic Development Transportation Fund (the “EDTF”) is contributing $1,246,415, (iii) the Company has committed to spending $5,185,586 toward construction of a warehouse (the “Warehouse”) on the Land (items (i), (ii), and (iii) are collectively referred to herein as the “Matching Funds”), and (iv) $3,484,728 shall be provided by the Grant. The total estimated cost of the Project is based upon the Budget. To the extent that the actual cost of the Project exceeds $10,316,729, Grantee shall be solely responsible for such excess. Grantee shall monitor the Budget and submit an amended Budget to Triumph in the event that (a) the total cost of the Project increases or decreases by greater than five percent (5%), (b) total the Budget increases or decreases by greater than five percent (5%), (c) the Budget increases or decreases by greater than five percent (5%) within a particular Budget category, and/or (d) Grantee’s portion of the Matching funds decreases by greater than five percent (5%). If Grantee proposes an increase or decrease by greater than five percent (5%) as described above as compared to the most recently approved Budget, such proposal shall be submitted to Triumph in writing along with a proposed amended Budget, and Triumph shall have the right to approve or disapprove both the proposed Budget category increase or decrease and the proposed amended Budget. Triumph shall have fifteen (15) days from the receipt of a proposed amended Budget to notify Grantee of its approval or disapproval. If Triumph fails to approve or disapprove the proposed Budget category increase or decrease and/or the proposed amended Budget within such fifteen (15) day period, the proposed Budget category increase or decrease and/or the amended Budget, as applicable, shall be deemed approved as submitted. If Grantee fails to obtain Triumph's approval or deemed approval, that failure shall be sufficient cause for nonpayment by Triumph as provided in Section 4.2(f). Using the Grant, its own funds, and funds from other grants (including, but not limited to, the Matching Funds), Grantee agrees to bear the entire cost and expense of the Project, including but not limited to, all costs and all expenses in excess of the total estimated cost of the Project, it being expressly understood and agreed that the Grant shall operate only to pay, on and subject to the terms and conditions set forth herein, a portion of the costs and expenses of the Project. Furthermore, Grantee agrees to spend all of the Matching Funds as contemplated in the Grant Application, and agrees that its failure to do so shall be deemed a material breach of this Agreement.

  • INDIRECT COST RATES The System Agency may acknowledge an indirect cost rate for Grantees that is utilized for all applicable contracts. Grantee will provide the necessary financial documents to determine the indirect cost rate in accordance with the Uniform Grant Guidance (UGG) and Uniform Grant Management Standards (UGMS).