Electric Energy Sample Clauses

Electric Energy. 18.01. Tenant shall purchase the electric energy required by it in the Demised Premises at its own expense on a direct-metered basis from the public utility servicing the Building, and Landlord shall permit the risers, conduits and feeders in the Building, to the extent available, suitable and safely capable, to be used for the purpose of transmitting such electric energy to the Demised Premises. Landlord shall not be liable for any failure, inadequacy or defect in the character or supply of electric current furnished to the Demised Premises. If Landlord is permitted by law to provide electric energy to the Demised Premises by re-registering meters or otherwise and to collect any charges for electric energy, Landlord shall have the right to do so, in which event Tenant shall pay to Landlord upon receipt of bills therefor charges for electric energy provided the rates for such electric energy shall not be more than the rates Tenant would be charged for electric energy if furnished directly to Tenant by the public utility which would otherwise have furnished electric energy. Until such separate metering of the electric usage of the Demised Premises is accomplished, Tenant shall pay Landlord One Dollar and Twenty-five Cents ($1.25) per square foot of Floor Space for electric service.
Electric Energy. 18.01 Tenant shall purchase the electric energy required by it in the Demised Premises at its own expense on a direct-metered basis from the public utility servicing the Building, and Landlord shall permit the rises, conduits and feeders in the Building, to the extent available, suitable and safely capable, to be used for the purpose of transmitting such electrical energy through the Building. Landlord shall not be liable for any failure, inadequacy or defect in the character or supply of electric current furnished to the Building except for actual damage suffered by Tenant by reason of any such failure, inadequacy or defect caused by the negligence or willful acts of Landlord.
Electric Energy. (a) Electric current will be supplied to the demised premises at the commencement of the term in accordance with the provisions of Subparagraph (b) of this Paragraph 46. Except for customary office equipment, Tenant agrees that it will make no electrical installations, alterations, additions or changes to electrical equipment or appliances without the prior written consent of Owner in each instance, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed; provided that Tenant's use of electric current shall never exceed the capacity of the then existing feeders to the Building or the risers or wiring installation serving the demised premises. Tenant will at all times comply with the rules, regulations, terms and conditions applicable to service, equipment, wiring and requirements of the public utility supplying electricity to the Building. In the event that, in Owner's sole judgment, Tenant's electrical requirements necessitate installation of additional risers, feeders or other proper and necessary equipment, the same shall be installed by Owner at Tenant's sole expense, which shall be chargeable and collectible as additional rent and paid within twenty (20) days after rendition of a bill to Tenant therefor. Rigid conduit only will be allowed. Owner shall not be liable in any way to Tenant for any failure or defect in the supply or character of electrical service furnished to the demised premises by reason of any requirement, act or omission of the public utility serving the Building or for any other reason not attributable to Owner's negligence.
Electric Energy. 17.01 Landlord shall not be liable for any failure, inadequacy or defect in the character or supply of electric energy furnished by the public utility to the Demised Premises, nor shall Tenant's covenants and obligations under this Lease be reduced or abated in any manner, whatsoever, by reason of any such failure, inadequacy or defect.
Electric Energy. (a) Subject to the provisions of this Article 42, Owner shall furnish the electric energy that Tenant shall reasonably require in the Demised Premises for the purposes permitted under this lease on a “rent inclusionbasis and there shall be no separate charge to Tenant for such electric energy, such electric energy being included in Owner’s services which are covered by the Fixed Rent. Owner and Tenant agree that the Base Electric Charge (hereinafter defined) represents the amount initially included in the annual Fixed Rent set forth in Section 37(b) hereof to cover the furnishing of such electric energy by Owner on a rent inclusion basis and that such Base Electric Charge component of Fixed Rent shall in no event be subject to reduction, but shall be subject to being increased as hereinafter provided. Owner shall not be liable in any event to Tenant for any failure, interruption or defect in the supply or character of electric energy furnished to the Demised Premises by reason of any requirement, act or omission of the public utility serving the Building with electricity or for any other reason not attributable solely to the willful misconduct or negligence of Owner, its agents, employees, servants or contractors (but in no event shall Owner be responsible for any consequential damages). Except in the event of an emergency, Owner shall notify Tenant prior to any anticipated service or utility interruption initiated by Owner and, subject to the provisions of this lease, Owner shall diligently prosecute such repair, maintenance and restoration thereof to completion. For purposes of this Article 42, the “
Electric Energy. (a) Tenant's demand for, and consumption of, electricity in the Premises shall be determined by meter or meters installed (or, if existing, retrofitted) by Landlord at Landlord’s expense. Tenant shall pay for such electric consumption within ten (10) Business Days after rendition of bills therefor, which bills shall be rendered by or on behalf of Landlord separately for each meter, so long as a separate billing does not increase the total charge. The amount payable by Tenant for electricity consumed within the Premises shall be, for any applicable billing period, calculated at the then applicable rate obtained by Landlord for the Building (i.e., Landlord’s actual cost), plus (i) Landlord’s charge for overhead, line loss and supervision in the amount of seven percent (7%) of the total electric bill and (ii) any taxes or other charges in connection therewith. If customary, any tax shall be imposed upon Landlord’s receipts from the sale or resale of electrical energy to Tenant, the pro rata share applicable to the electrical energy services received by Tenant shall be passed on to, included in the bill of, and paid by Tenant if and to the extent permitted by law. If the Commencement Date shall occur prior to the installation of submeters in the Premises, then Tenant shall pay $3.00 per rentable square foot of space in the Premises, per annum (the “Interim Electric Charge”), on account of Tenant’s use of electricity in the Premises for the period commencing on the Commencement Date and ending on the date that the meters measuring Tenant's consumption of electricity in the Premises are installed and are operational or the Expiration Date, if applicable. The Interim Electric Charge shall be paid by Tenant monthly within ten (10) Business Days after submission of a bill therefor.
Electric Energy. Megawatt-hours (MWH) of electric energy.
Electric Energy. 18.01. Landlord shall provide reasonably sufficient leads at an electrical vault, located in the first floor of the Building for 800 amps at 480 volts electrical service dedicated to the Demised Premises. Tenant, at its sole cost and expense, shall provide and install an electrical meter in order to measure electrical usage by Tenant at the Demised Premises together with a switch and bus duct to the Demised Premises. Prior to the installation of such electrical service, Tenant shall have access to up to 400 amps at 480 volts of electrical services and shall be at Tenant’s sole cost and expense.
Electric Energy. All electric energy ("ELECTRIC ENERGY") provided by Genco under this Agreement shall be in the form of three-phase alternating current having a nominal frequency of sixty cycles per second and a harmonic content consistent with the requirements of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Standard No. 519.