Electric. If Customer has selected an Electricity Fixed Rate on the Application, Customer’s Price will be based on the Fixed Rate(s) which includes Local and State taxes, Gross Receipts Tax (GRT), PJM Adjustment (defined below) charges and adjustments and Utility applied charges and/or fees related to generation, plus the Administration Charge, which includes, Electricity Balancing Amount and third party utility and billing charges.
Electric. If electric current is supplied by Landlord, Tenant covenants and agrees to purchase the same from the Landlord or Landlord's designated agent at charge terms and rates equal to Landlord's ACTUAL cost for electric consumed by Tenant, plus 12%. Said charges may be revised by Landlord in order to maintain the return to Landlord produced under the foregoing in the event that the Public Service Commission approves changes in the service classifications, terms, rates or charges for such public utility during the term hereof. Where more than one meter measures the service of the Tenant in the building, the services rendered through such meter may be computed and billed separately in accordance with the rate herein. Bills therefore shall be rendered at such times as Landlord may elect. Landlord and its agents shall not in any way be liable or responsible to Tenant for any loss, damage or expense which Tenant may sustain or incur if either the quantity or character of electric services is changed or is no longer available or suitable for Tenant's requirements. Any riser or risers to supply Tenant's electrical requirements, upon written request of Tenant, will be installed by Landlord, at the sole cost and expense of Tenant, if in Landlord's sole judgment, the same are necessary and will not cause permanent damage or injury to the building or demised premises or cause or create a dangerous injury to the building or demised premises or cause or create a dangerous or hazardous condition or entail excessive or unreasonable alterations, repairs or expense or interfere without disturb other tenants or occupants. In addition to installation of such riser or risers, Landlord will also at Tenant's sole expense, install all other equipment proper and necessary in connection therewith subject to the aforesaid terms and conditions. Tenant covenants and agrees that at all times its use of electric current shall never exceed the capacity of existing feeders to the building or the risers or wiring installations. It is further covenanted and agreed by the Tenant to pay Landlord within FIVE (5) days after rendition of any bill or statement to the Tenant therefore, even it said bill is rendered on advance of said installations. If any tax is imposed upon the Landlord's receipts from the sale or resale of electrical energy or gas or telephone service to Tenant by any Federal, State or Municipal Authority, Tenant covenants and agrees that, where permitted by law, Tenant's pro-rata sh...
Electric. Landlord shall provide electric power to the Premises. Electric power furnished by Landlord is intended to be sufficient for that which is consumed in normal office use during Normal Business Hours for lighting, heating, ventilating, air conditioning and operating all office equipment (including, without limitation, free standing photocopiers and computers), and Landlord shall replace light bulbs, ballasts, and tubes when required, if requested by Tenant (the cost of such replacement light bulbs, ballasts and tubes, plus the labor cost of such replacement, to be chargeable to Tenant). Landlord reserves the right, if Tenant's consumption of electricity exceeds that required for normal office use during Normal Business Hours, to include a charge for such electricity as rent. Such charge shall be based upon the average cost per unit of electricity for the Building (based on the rates imposed by the utility provider) applied to the excess use as determined by a reputable independent engineer selected by Landlord, or at Landlord's option, to be determined by a submeter to be furnished and installed at Tenant's expense. If Tenant refuses to pay upon demand of Landlord such excess charge, such refusal shall constitute a breach of the obligation to pay rent under this Lease and shall entitle Landlord to the rights granted in this Lease for such breach. Tenant shall use reasonable care and caution to ensure that all electricity is shut off to prevent waste or damage.
Electric. Adequate electrical wiring and facilities for standard building lighting fixtures provided by Landlord and for Tenant’s incidental uses (it being understood that Tenant is to bear the cost of replacement of all lamps, tubes, ballasts and starters for lighting fixtures in the Premises); provided that (a) the connected electrical load for lighting and incidental use equipment does not exceed an average of six (6) watts per rentable square foot of the Premises; (b) the electricity so furnished for incidental uses will be at 277 volts (and may be stepped down at Tenant’s expense in accordance with Tenant’s requirements) and no electrical circuit for the supply of such incidental use will have a current capacity exceeding 20 amperes; and (c) such electricity will be used only for equipment and accessories normal to office usage, including without limitation a server room. If Tenant’s requirements for such electricity (including without limitation supplemental cooling requirements by reason of such uses) are in excess of those set forth in the preceding sentence, Landlord reserves the right to require Tenant to install the conduit, wiring and other equipment necessary to supply electricity for such excess use requirements at Tenant’s expense.
Electric. The Demised Premises are separately sub metered for electricity. Tenant shall pay directly to Landlord as additional rent all electric current used in the Demised Premises for light or power or any other purpose for the exclusive use of the Demised Premises and the operation of fans and other devices in the heating, air conditioning and ventilating which exclusively serve the Demised Premises.
Electric. The Parties acknowledge that the Parties have no rights against each other or obligations to each other under this Agreement with respect to any relationship between the Parties in which PG&E is acting in its capacity as an owner or provider of electrical interconnection or transmission service. Thus, whether or not the Units are interconnected to electrical transmission or distribution systems that are owned or operated by PG&E, Seller’s arrangements for electrical interconnection and transmission must be made separately with Seller’s Transmission Provider (which may be PG&E acting in its capacity as a transmission provider) and, except for setting forth the rights and obligations of the Seller to construct, and/or cause to be constructed, and maintain metering facilities, Electrical Interconnection Facilities, Transmission Upgrades, (in each case in accordance with the requirements of its Transmission Provider or transmission owner, as applicable) and arrange for transmission of Products (to the extent applicable) to and at the Electrical Delivery Point, this Agreement conveys no rights or obligations with respect to electrical interconnection and transmission. If, in accordance with the applicable tariffs, rules, or agreements governing Seller’s arrangements for Transmission Upgrades, Seller is entitled to receive a credit, repayment or other rights or privileges as a result of funding the Transmission Upgrades, nothing in this Agreement shall impair or prohibit Seller from retaining those credits, repayments, rights or privileges for its use and benefit. Regardless of whether PG&E owns or operates the interconnecting transmission system, under no circumstances will PG&E in its capacity as a Buyer under this Agreement be responsible for Seller’s interconnection arrangements or costs nor any credit, repayment or other rights or privileges due to Seller as a result of its funding of the Transmission Upgrades. Moreover, Buyer is not responsible for or liable in any way for any delay in the Initial Delivery Date owing to electric interconnection or transmission service, and Seller’s non-performance of any provision of this Agreement shall not be excused to any greater extent due to any action or inaction of PG&E in its capacity as an owner or provider of electrical interconnection or transmission service than it would be if the non-performance were due to any action or inaction of a Person other than PG&E.
Electric. Tenant must contract with PG&E for electrical services to begin on the Occupancy Date, except if living in shared accommodations the Avenues Houses or in Mission Bay 4- Bedroom apartment (electric is included in the rent for Avenues Houses and Mission Bay 4- Bedroom apartments). Tenant shall pay the University an additional $40.00 fee for each month, or portion of a month, that Tenant fails to obtain such services. Tenant must retain PG&E services until expiration or termination of this Agreement. Tenant is responsible for discontinuing PG&E services upon expiration or termination of this Agreement.
Electric. Landlord shall arrange to obtain electric energy to service the fixtures located within the Premises, at Tenant's sole cost, directly from the public utility company furnishing electric service to the Building; provided, however, that Landlord shall pay certain costs associated therewith in accordance with Exhibit D and Tenant shall pay all charges as measured thereby. Such electric energy shall be furnished to Tenant by means of the existing Building panel boards, feeders, risers, wiring and other conductors and equipment. Tenant shall not install any electrical equipment requiring special wiring or requiring voltage in excess of 220 volts or otherwise exceeding Building capacity without the prior written consent of Landlord, which shall not be unreasonably withheld, delayed or conditioned. The use of electricity in the Premises shall not exceed the capacity of existing feeders and risers to or wiring in the Premises. Any risers or wiring required to meet Tenant's excess electrical requirements shall, upon Tenant's written request, be installed by Landlord, at Tenant's reasonable cost, if, in Landlord's reasonable judgment, the same are necessary and shall not cause permanent damage to the Building or the Premises, cause or create a dangerous or hazardous condition, entail excessive or unreasonable alterations, repairs, or expenses, or interfere with or disturb other tenants of the Building. If Tenant uses machines or equipment in the Premises which affect the temperature otherwise maintained by the air conditioning system or otherwise overload any utility, Landlord, following notice to Tenant and Tenant's failure to remove such machines or equipment within five (5) business days of such notice, may install supplemental air conditioning units or other supplemental equipment in the Premises, and the reasonable cost thereof, including the cost of installation, operation, use, and maintenance, shall be paid by Tenant to Landlord as Additional Rent.
Electric. 7.1 Commencing upon the Commencement Date, Landlord shall furnish to the Premises (including the use by Tenant of Tenant’s Specialty Passenger Elevator and the Escalator from and after the initial date of operation thereof), twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per week (subject to the other terms of this Lease, including Section 6.3 hereof), through the existing transmission facilities installed by Landlord in the Building, alternating electric current in the amounts set forth in Exhibit M-8 attached hereto (subject to the terms of Section 7.2 hereof) for the purposes herein specified (including all electricity required in connection with the operation of any Supplemental Air-Conditioning System but not any base building systems). Such electric current shall be measured by one (1) or more accurate submeter(s) theretofore installed and maintained by Landlord at its expense, and Tenant shall pay monthly to Landlord (commencing upon the Commencement Date) such amounts (which shall be computed by using the Electric Rates) paid by Landlord plus (as an administrative fee) an additional five percent (5%) of such computed amount as may be billed by Landlord to Tenant therefor on the basis of Tenant’s consumption of alternating current in the Premises. If Tenant shall fail to pay any such amount within thirty (30) days after billing, Tenant shall pay Landlord interest thereon at the then Interest Rate until such bill shall be fully paid. Landlord and its agents shall be permitted access to the electric closets and the meters at reasonable times after reasonable prior notice to Tenant, which may be oral (except in the event of an emergency, when no such notice shall be required). Tenant shall supply, at Tenant’s cost, adequate electric lighting and electric power to Landlord or Landlord’s contractors to clean or make repairs required to be made by Landlord in the Premises.