Electric Power. Neither Purchaser nor any of its Affiliates is engaged in the generation or sale of electric power, or has any ownership or operating interest, directly or indirectly, in any electric facilities other than qualifying facilities (as defined in the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978 and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s regulations promulgated thereunder), power marketers, facilities of foreign utility companies under section 33 of the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935, as amended, and eligible facilities of exempt wholesale generators (as defined in section 32 of the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935, as amended).
Electric Power. Section 22.01. Tenant’s use of electrical energy in the Demised Premises shall not at any time exceed the capacity of any of the electrical conductors, machinery and equipment in or otherwise serving the Demised Premises. Tenant covenants and agrees that at no time will the connected electrical load in the Demised Premises exceed that required for normal office use. In order to insure that such capacity is not exceeded and to avert possible adverse effect upon the Building service and system, Tenant, after the Commencement Date, shall not without Landlord’s prior consent in each instance, connect any additional fixtures, machinery, appliances or equipment that would require the installation of any additional building risers or equipment for such use. Should any additional risers or other equipment be necessary, the same shall be provided by Landlord and the cost thereof shall be paid by Tenant upon demand. If there should be a dispute as to the necessity of such additional risers or other equipment, the matter shall be referred to a reputable independent electrical engineer or utility consultant, selected by Landlord and reasonably acceptable to Tenant for determination, and such determination shall be binding upon the parties. As a condition to granting such consent for the installation of additional risers or other equipment, Landlord may require Tenant to agree to an increase in the Fixed Rent by an amount which will reflect the value to Tenant of the additional service to be furnished by Landlord to Tenant.
Electric Power. Electricity from the System must be provided at 60 Hertz and at the appropriate voltage for electrical interconnection to the Facility voltage service level, which will be established by the DGS. The System components must comply with all standards relevant to the operation and installation of solar photovoltaic equipment by UL or other nationally recognized testing facility. Modules, inverters and components must be certified to UL 1703 and as required by the CSI incentive program and/or the CEC. Inverters must comply with all applicable requirements including but not limited to the following: IEEE 929-2000, “Recommended Practice for Utility Interface of Photovoltaic Systems”; UL Subject 1741, “Standard for Static Inverters and Charge Controllers for use in Photovoltaic Power Systems”; and Any and all requirements as listed by the CSI incentive program, Utility or the CEC for the installation and interconnection of Systems. Other codes that will apply include, but are not limited to: ANSI C12.1-2008; (electricity metering) ASME PTC 50 (solar PV performance) ANSI Z21.83 (solar PV performance and safety) NFPA 70 (electrical components) IEEE 1547 (interconnections)
Electric Power. 25 KV/600 amps on the pole. The amount of service capacity reserved and provided from each utility line must be negotiated by Buyer with each utility purveyor in order to acquire a will-serve commitment, for which Seller has no responsibility, including telephone and cable or fiber optic communications service. Any off-site utility facility capacity or over sizing needed by Buyer for the Facility in excess of the specifications stated in this subsection shall not be Seller’s responsibility and must be negotiated and acquired by Buyer from each respective utility purveyor.
Electric Power. In the event that the Leased Premises are not connected to the electrical service lines of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (hereinafter "PREPA"), said connection shall be made at the expense of Tenant and in coordination with Landlord, including as to the purchase and installation of any equipment necessary to make the connection, which equipment must meet PREPA's requirements.
Electric Power. Developer shall cause Rocky Mountain Power, its successor and/or any other electrical power provider registered with the Utah Public Service Commission to design, fund and construct an electrical transmission and delivery system within the Project and provide electrical power service to the Project. Where possible, electric power lines shall share a common utility trench with telecommunications and shall be located within public rights of way. Design of electric power lines shall be part of roadway construction drawings. Said electrical power system shall be constructed in compliance with all regulations and ordinances including the Town’s Standards and Specifications for Public Improvements.
Electric Power. During the period from the Closing Date through the fifth anniversary of the Closing Date, the Seller shall provide to the Buyer 1500 KVA, 11,000 volts 3 phase power and 2,300 volts single phase power from the Seller's power generation plant at the Westbrook Facility. High voltage power (11,000 volts) will be delivered to two of the Buyer's transformers, identified as T-41 and T-42 which are located between Buildings #109 and #110 as shown on the Site Plan. Medium voltage power (2,300 volts) will be delivered to a 2,300/120 volt 50KW lighting transformer to be located within the same area. Maximum daily usage by the Buyer of electric power shall not exceed the limit of the transformers. If the Buyer requests additional power due to expansion, the Seller agrees to provide such power, PROVIDED that the Buyer purchases any necessary additional transformers and subject to the limitations of the Seller's switching station. So long as the Buyer is operating the Pressure Sensitive Business in a manner consistent with the past practice of the Seller, the Seller agrees that from the date hereof through the fifth anniversary of the date hereof, it shall not require the Buyer to pay the cost of electric power to the extent that usage thereof in any quarter exceeds 1,080 KWHr. Revenue class meters will be installed by the Seller, at the Buyer's expense, on the T-41 and T-42 kv/480 volt transformers and on the lighting transformer and any other transformers installed from time to time for the Pressure Sensitive Business. The cost for electric power will be equal to $.0721 per KWHr from the Closing Date through the first anniversary thereof, thereafter, electric power costs shall be indexed to the Central Maine Power intermediate general service primary time of use rate schedule for customers with demand between 400 KW and 1,000 KW, with the winter, on-peak energy charge to be used as the index (the "CMP RATE SCHEDULE"). If for any reason and at any time the CMP Rate Schedule ceases to be in effect, the Buyer Representative and the Seller Representative shall meet to determine a rate schedule satisfactory to both parties which provides for rates on a basis as similar as possible to such rate schedule and any historic increases thereto. In the event that changes in the Buyer's operations through the fifth anniversary of the Closing Date increases the cost to the Seller of providing power hereunder above the increases provide for under the CMP Rate Schedule, these charges...
Electric Power. The User shall request the connection of electric power through the Exploiter and the latter agrees to provide such service at the same rate published by UTE on its website under Tariff Schedule. In addition, the User shall benefit from a backup supply of 20% of the hired energy provided by the generator.
Electric Power. A substation will be built that will take the voltage from 136 Kv to a 6.9kv system voltage. Systems will include two main transformers, relaying, utility metering, switchgear, and provisions for harmonic filtering. A MV breaker and 1500 kw, 6.9Kv/480vac utility power transformer is provided. System is assumed to be a Delta/Y configuration with solid earth grounding. Scope of work includes the dead end structure within the substation but does not include the incoming main line or rights-of-way or communication systems to the power utility. Transformer alarm status, and station Kw usage (via analog signal) will be obtained through the substation power monitors. A single incoming line is assumed.