Electrical Supply Sample Clauses

Electrical Supply. Network Provider shall comply with the City’s Public Right-of-Way Management Ordinance and Design Manual concerning electrical connections to its Network Nodes on any Service Pole as published and amended from time to time, but as in effect at the time of the application for a permit. Licensee shall be responsible for obtaining any required electrical power service to the Network Nodes. The City shall not be liable to the Licensee for any stoppages or shortages of electrical power furnished to the Network Nodes, including without limitation, stoppages or shortages caused by any act, omission, or requirement of the public utility serving the structure or the act or omission of any other tenant or Licensee of the structure, or for any other cause beyond the control of the City. Licensee shall not be entitled to any abatement of the Rental Fee for any such stoppage or shortage of electrical power.
Electrical Supply. Landlord shall not be liable in any way to Tenant for any failure or defect in the supply or character of electrical energy furnished to the Leased Premises by reason of any requirement, act or omission of the public utility serving the Building with electricity. Tenant’s use of electrical energy in the Leased Premises shall not at any time exceed the capacity of any of the electrical conductors and equipment in or otherwise serving the Leased Premises. Tenant shall not install or operate in the Leased Premises any electrically operated equipment, including lighting, which uses electric current in excess of the allocable share of the Building system capacity without Landlord’s written consent, which consent may be conditioned upon Tenant’s agreement to pay an additional charge to compensate Landlord for Tenant’s excessive consumption of electricity and to pay the cost of any additional wiring which may be required for the operation of such equipment. Tenant shall not connect any equipment or other electrical device to the electrical system of the Building that would require unusual or excessive electrical service or that would interfere with the adequate supply of electrical service to (i) other tenants within the Building, or (ii) the Building common facilities. Any feeders or risers to supply Tenants electrical requirements in addition to those originally installed, and all other equipment proper and necessary in connection with such feeders or risers, shall be installed by Landlord upon Tenant’s request, at the sole cost and expense of Tenant, provided that, in Landlord’s reasonable judgment, such additional feeders or risers are permissible under applicable laws and insurance regulations and the installation of such feeders or risers will not cause permanent damage or injury to the Building or cause or create a dangerous condition or unreasonably interfere with other tenants of the Building.
Electrical Supply a) Only 15-amp power cords with 15-amp terminals at each end shall be used to connect moveable dwellings to the park’s electrical supply outlets. The recommended maximum length of cord is 15 metres.
Electrical Supply. Point of supply will be determined by the Airports Company electrical personnel; the tenant will be required to connect at the provided location with a use of qualified personnel. A copy of certificate of compliance should be issued in respect of an electrical installation.
Electrical Supply. Power up to 0.9 kva for every 100 square feet would be provided for each unit/ store. Electrical supply will be terminated through a cable at one point in the store premises with isolation arrangement.
Electrical Supply. In the event Tenant desires electric power in excess of the existing condition within the Premises or available from Landlord (“Additional Electrical Supply”), Tenant may, at its own expense, elect to make direct arrangements to obtain such Additional Electric Supply directly, if feasible. Landlord makes no representations or warranties regarding such arrangements (including their feasibility), but agrees to cooperate with Tenant reasonably and in good faith in this regard. The plans and specifications for any new vault or transformer space (including, but not limited to, the location of such space within the Building, which shall be initially designated by mutual agreement of Landlord and Tenant, provided that Landlord is willing to make such apace available) and for any transformer, related equipment, facilities or connections to provide the Additional Electrical Supply, shall be subject to Landlord’s prior written approval, which shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed. Tenant agrees to pay all bills for such direct electrical service when due and shall pay a reasonable rental as established by Landlord in its good faith, but sole, discretion for any new vault or transformer space used by Tenant to provide the Additional Electrical Supply. The initial transformer to be installed by Tenant as described above, and any subsequent transformers and other electrical equipment which Tenant elects to install to provide Additional Electrical Supply to the Premises, shall sometimes be referred to herein collectively as the “Electrical Equipment.” Notwithstanding anything in this Lease to the contrary, commencing on the earlier to occur of (i) the date which is the twenty-fourth (24th) month of the Term, and (ii) the date upon which Tenant has placed ninety percent (90%) of its trade equipment in the Premises, Landlord shall have the right to meter and test Tenant’s connected peak amperage load used at the Premises, and in the event that over a thirty (30) day period, Landlord’s metering and testing procedures demonstrate that Tenant is not utilizing on a daily average business day basis, all of the amps initially reserved by Tenant in this Subsection (d), Landlord may reclaim up to seventy-five percent (75%) of any amperage Landlord reasonably determines through such process is being unused by Tenant. In addition, Tenant shall bear the cost of replacement of lamps, starters and ballasts for lighting fixtures within the Premises.
Electrical Supply. 1.1 Provide a 25A three-phase switch in the power distribution room of the floor
Electrical Supply. The electrical supply to the Point(s) of Delivery shall be in the form of three-phase sixty-hertz alternating current at a voltage class determined by mutual agreement of the parties. NEPOOL Restated Open Access Transmission Tariff Original Sheet No. 289
Electrical Supply. Due to upgrades already made by Georgia Power Company and approved by Tenant, paragraph 19 in Exhibit C-2 is hereby deleted in its entirety. Paragraph 19 had provided that: "Landlord shall reroute the electrical service to the 1365 building from the vault in front of the 1365 building to the 1375 building in order to supplement the existing supply to the 1375 building."