Electrical Energy. Landlord shall be under no obligation to furnish electrical energy to Tenant in amounts greater than needed for lighting and normal and customary items of equipment for general office purposes (i.e., not more than an average of five (5) watts per square foot of the Leased Premises), and Tenant shall not install or use within the Leased Premises any electrical equipment, appliance or machine which shall require amounts of electrical energy exceeding such standard wattage provided for the Building, unless the installation and use of such additional electrical equipment, appliance, or machine has been reasonably approved by Landlord, which approval may be conditioned upon the payment by Tenant, as Additional Rent, of the cost of the additional electrical energy and modifications to the Building’s electrical system required for the operation of such electrical equipment, appliance or machine. Landlord shall have the right to charge Tenant for the cost of its electricity consumption beyond Building Hours or in excess of five (5) watts per square foot of rentable area of the Leased Premises and for the cost of any additional wiring or other improvements to the Building as may be occasioned by or required as a result of any such excess use. In the event of any excessive consumption of any utilities (including without limitation any consumption beyond Building Hours), Landlord shall be entitled to require that Tenant install in the Leased Premises (at Tenant’s cost and in a location approved by Landlord) meters or submeters to measure Tenant’s utility consumption for the Leased Premises or for any specific equipment causing excess consumption, as Landlord shall require; in which case, Tenant shall maintain in good order and repair (and replace, if necessary) such meters or submeters. If separate meters are installed for measuring Tenant’s use of any utilities, then charges for such utilities shall be paid directly by Tenant to the appropriate utility company. If submeters are installed for measuring Tenant’s consumption of any utilities, Tenant shall pay the costs of the same to Landlord as Additional Rent, within thirty (30) days of its receipt of a bill therefor based on such submeter readings.
Electrical Energy. Electrical energy for lighting and operation of office machines, air conditioning and heating as required for general office use during the hours specified in Section 7.1.3. The electrical energy provided will be sufficient for operation of personal computers and other equipment of similar low electrical consumption, and for customary fluorescent office lighting but will not be sufficient for main frame computers, computer rooms or for non-standard lighting. Landlord hereby consents to Tenant's use of electrical energy in compliance with those certain construction documents prepared by the architectural firm of Leo A. Daly, dated March 9, 1999. Tenant shall not use any equipment or lighting requiring electrical energy in excess of the above standards without receiving Landlord's prior written consent, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld but may be conditioned upon Tenant paying all costs of installing the equipment and facilities necessary to furnish such excess energy and an amount equal to the average cost per unit of electricity for the Building applied to the excess use as determined by an engineer selected by Landlord or by submeter. At the option of either Landlord or Tenant, a submeter may be provided and installed at Tenant's expense if allowable under the Laws. All lighting bulbs, tubes, ballasts and starters within the Premises shall be replaced by Landlord at the expense of Tenant and shall be paid by Tenant upon receipt of an invoice from Landlord as Additional Rent.
Electrical Energy. Electrical energy will be provided for lighting and operation of office machines, air conditioning, and heating as required for normal office usage during the normal working hours set forth in subparagraph (c) of this Article. The cost for such electrical energy shall be directly metered and be payable by Lessee. Office machines will include computers, printers, copy machines, scanners, fax machines, electronic and electric typewriters and other office equipment. Lessee shall pay the cost of all equipment and of the installation of all facilities provided and installed by Lessor to provide such electrical capacity in excess of the above normal office standards. Lessee shall not make any installation requiring excess electrical energy without first receiving Lessor's written consent thereto, which shall not be unreasonably withheld; and provided further that Lessee shall pay all costs of installation of facilities necessary to furnish such excess capacity and for such increased electrical usage. All electric lighting bulbs and tubes and all ballasts and starters within the Premises shall be replaced by Lessor at the expense of Lessor. The electrical service required of Lessor by this subparagraph (b), and electricity for other uses consented to by Lessor, shall be available at all times subject to the requirement that Lessee pay for usage in excess of the electrical service to be provided pursuant to the terms of this subparagraph (b).
Electrical Energy. 7.01 Electrical energy consumed by Tenant in the Demised Premises through wall and floor outlets, for lighting and business equipment and the Tenant's auxiliary HVAC system shall be separately metered and purchased by Tenant from the utility supplying electricity to the Building. Tenant shall install as part of Tenant's Work the electrical meter(s) for the Demised Premises. Landlord shall install at its own cost the risers, conduits, feeders and wiring installations in the Building and to the Demised Premises sufficient to provide the Demised Premises with electrical energy, in a safe and suitable manner, equal to 200 amps at 480 volts, which is approximately one hundred fifty (150) Kilowatts. Electricity for heating, ventilating and air conditioning including for any fan used in connection therewith during Regular Business Hours shall not be included on such meter and shall be paid for by the Landlord. Tenant shall pay to Landlord, as additional rent, the cost of electricity for heating, ventilating and air conditioning including for any fan used in connection therewith, in the Demised Premises during other than Regular Business Hours pursuant to Article 8.01.
Electrical Energy. The Construction Manager shall provide temporary electrical energy and power lines sufficient to supply all electricity needed for the construction and other services required by the Contract Documents and shall pay for all service connections and electricity used by the Construction Manager or Subcontractors unless the contrary is provided for elsewhere in the Contract Documents.
Electrical Energy. Six and one-half watts of electrical energy per ----------------- rentable square foot of the Premises as described in Paragraph 6 of Exhibit B, including lighting the Premises and operating Planned --------- Office Equipment (as used in this Lease, "Planned Office Equipment" means those items of office equipment that the Base Building mechanical, electrical and other systems are designed to accommodate pursuant to the Base Building Plans). Tenant will not install in the Premises any equipment which requires electrical energy or any electrical circuits in excess of the energy or circuits available for Planned Office Equipment without Landlord's written consent, which consent Landlord will not unreasonably withhold. Tenant will pay all costs of installing facilities necessary to furnish such excess electrical energy for such equipment and for such increased electrical energy usage.
Electrical Energy. Section 24.01. (a) (i) As an incident to this Lease, Landlord shall furnish to Tenant, through the transmission facilities initially installed by Landlord in the Building, alternating electrical energy to be used by Tenant in the Premises for the operation of the lighting fixtures and Tenant’s business machines and equipment. It is hereby agreed by the parties that in addition to the Fixed Rent stated in Section 1.04 herein, Tenant shall pay for its electric consumption as additional rent hereunder. Such additional rent shall be initially based on a factor of $1.50 per square foot per annum of gross leasable area of the Premises hereby demised, by reason of which Landlord has agreed to supply Tenant with electrical energy, subject to and in accordance with the provisions of this Article 24. Such factor is based upon certain theoretical assumptions incorporating approximate reasonable estimates of the probable consumption of electrical energy by the proposed lighting fixtures and other equipment and business machines to be initially installed in the Premises, the anticipated period of operation of such lighting fixtures, equipment and machines and the cost of furnishing such electrical energy.