Electricity. Landlord shall furnish electricity to the Premises for lighting and other general office purposes. If Tenant requires electricity elsewhere in the Building or on the Property, then such electricity shall be furnished in all respects at Tenant’s sole cost and expense. Tenant’s use of electrical energy in the Premises, the Building and elsewhere on the Property shall not at any time exceed the capacity of any of the electrical conductors and equipment in or otherwise serving the Premises or Tenant’s electrical energy needs elsewhere in the Building or on the Property (as the case may be). In order to insure that such capacity is not exceeded and to avert possible adverse effect upon the electrical services for the Building or the Property, Tenant shall give notice to Landlord and obtain Landlord’s prior written consent whenever Tenant shall connect to the Building’s or the Property’s electrical distribution system any fixtures, appliances or equipment other than lamps, typewriters, personal computers and similar small machines. Any additional feeders or risers to supply Tenant’s 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 such additional feeders and 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 any other portion of the Property or cause or create a dangerous condition or unreasonably interfere with other tenants of the Building or the Property. Tenant agrees that it will not make any alteration or material addition to the electrical equipment in the Premises, the Building or elsewhere on the Property without the prior written consent of Landlord in each instance first obtained. Tenant, at Tenant’s expense, shall purchase, install and replace all light bulbs or tubes used in the Premises or used exclusively by the Tenant in the Building or elsewhere on the Property, except that the Landlord shall furnish the light bulbs and tubes and labor for the initial installation of light bulbs and tubes in the Premises. Landlord shall not in any way be liable or responsible to Tenant for any loss, damage or expense which Tenant may incur if the quantity, character, or supply of electrical energy is changed or is no longer ava...
Electricity. Subject to any Requirements or any public utility rules or regulations governing energy consumption, Landlord shall make or cause to be made, customary arrangements with utility companies and/or public service companies to furnish electric current to the Premises for Tenant’s use in accordance with the Design Standards. If Landlord reasonably determines by the use of an electrical consumption survey or by other reasonable means that Tenant is using electric current (including overhead fluorescent fixtures) in excess of .60 kilowatt hours per square foot of usable area in the Premises per month, as determined on an annualized basis (“Excess Electrical Usage”), then Landlord shall have the right to charge Tenant an amount equal to Landlord’s reasonable estimate of Tenant’s Excess Electrical Usage, and shall have the further right to install an electric current meter, sub-meter or check meter in the Premises (a “Meter”) to measure the amount of electric current consumed in the Premises. The cost of such Meter, special conduits, wiring and panels needed in connection therewith and the installation, maintenance and repair thereof shall be paid by Tenant. Tenant shall pay to Landlord, from time to time, but no more frequently than monthly, for its Excess Electrical Usage at the Premises, plus Landlord’s charge equal to 15% of Tenant’s Excess Electrical Usage for Landlord’s costs of maintaining, repairing and reading such Meter. The rate to be paid by Tenant for submetered electricity shall include any taxes or other charges in connection therewith.
Electricity. Landlord shall provide sufficient electricity to operate normal office lighting and office equipment. Tenant shall not install or operate in the Premises any electrically operated equipment or other machinery, other than business machines and equipment normally employed for general office use which do not require high electricity consumption for operation, without obtaining the prior written consent of Landlord. If any or all of Tenant's equipment requires electricity consumption in excess of that which is necessary to operate normal office equipment, such consumption (including consumption for computer or telephone rooms and special HVAC equipment) shall be submetered by Landlord at Tenant's expense, and Tenant shall reimburse Landlord as Additional Rent for the cost of its submetered consumption based upon Landlord's average cost of electricity. Such Additional Rent shall be in addition to Tenant's obligations pursuant to Section 2A(2) to pay its Proportionate Share of Operating Costs.
Electricity. Electricity shall be distributed to the Premises either by the electric utility company serving the Building or, at Landlord's option, by Landlord; and Landlord shall permit Landlord's wire and conduits, to the extent available, suitable and safely capable, to be used for such distribution. If and so long as Landlord is distributing electricity to the Premises, Tenant shall obtain all of its electricity from Landlord and shall pay all of Landlord's charges, which charges shall be based, at Landlord's option, either on meter readings or on a survey of Tenant's electrical usage made by Landlord or on Tenant's pro rata share of all space, including the Premises, which is commonly metered with the Premises. If the electric utility company is distributing electricity to the Premises, Tenant at its cost shall make all necessary arrangements with the electric utility company for metering and paying for electric current furnished to the Premises. All electricity used during the performance of janitor service, or the making of any alterations or repairs in the Premises, or the operation of any special air conditioning or other systems serving the Premises, shall be paid for by Tenant.
Electricity. To furnish to the Premises, separately metered and at the direct expense of Tenant as hereinabove provided, reasonable electricity for Tenant’s Permitted Uses. If Tenant shall require electricity in excess of reasonable quantities for Tenant’s Permitted Uses and if (i) in Landlord’s reasonable judgment, Landlord’s facilities are inadequate for such excess requirements, or (ii) such excess use shall result in an additional burden on the Building utilities systems and additional cost to Landlord on account thereof, as the case may be, (a) Tenant shall, upon demand, reimburse Landlord for such additional cost, as aforesaid, or (b) Landlord, upon written request, and at the sole cost and expense of Tenant, will furnish and install such additional wire, conduits, feeders, switchboards and appurtenances as reasonably may be required to supply such additional requirements of Tenant (if electricity therefor is then available to Landlord), provided that the same shall be permitted by applicable laws and insurance regulations and shall not cause permanent damage or injury to the Building or cause or create a dangerous or hazardous condition or entail excessive or unreasonable alterations or repairs.
Electricity. Electricity for normal business usage. Tenant’s use of electric energy in the Leased Premises shall not at any time exceed the capacity of any of the electrical conductor and equipment in or otherwise serving the Leased Premises. To insure that such capacity is not exceeded and to avert possible adverse effect upon the Office Building’s electric services. Tenant shall not, without Landlord’s prior written consent in each instance (which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld), connect reproducing equipment, electronic data processing equipment, heating equipment, special lighting in excess of Building Standard or any other items of electrical equipment which (singly) consumes more than 5 kilowatts per hour at rated capacity or requires a voltage of more than 120 volts single phase, to the Office Building electric distribution system or make any alteration or addition to the electric system of the Leased Premises existing on the Commencement Date of this Lease. Should Landlord grant such consent, all additional risers or other equipment required shall be provided by Landlord and the cost, including twenty percent (20%) of direct cost for Landlord’s overhead expense, shall be paid by Tenant upon Landlord’s demand. If Tenant requires additional electrical outlets, or replacing of existing outlets, it would be at Tenant’s sole cost and expense. All printers, copiers, etc. and non-essential computer systems must be turned off in the night time hours for the conservation of energy.
Electricity. Furnish to Tenant electric energy as required by Tenant but in no event exceeding 5 watts per square foot of rentable area for the use of Tenant in the Premises; Landlord shall install and maintain such meters as Landlord shall deem necessary to measure, respectively, the consumption by Tenant and each other tenant of the Building of electric energy in the respective areas of the Building leased to tenants; Landlord shall not be liable in any way to Tenant for failure or defect in the supply or character of electric energy furnished to the Premises or to the Building by reason of any requirement, act or omission of the public utility serving the Building with electricity or for any other reason whatsoever not attributable to Landlord; Tenant agrees, to the extent, if any, in the future required by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission or federal or state law as a necessary condition to the supply of electric energy to the Premises, to become an individually metered customer of such public utility, in which event, upon receipt of each bill to Tenant from such public utility for electric service to the Premises, Tenant shall pay directly to the public utility company the amount of such bill; Landlord shall furnish and install all replacement tubes, lamps, bulbs and ballasts required in the Premises, at Tenant’s expense; Tenant’s use of electric energy in the Premises shall not at any time exceed the capacity of any of the electrical conductors and equipment in or otherwise serving the Premises.
Electricity. Landlord shall furnish to Tenant throughout the Term electricity for the operation of lighting fixtures, and 120 volt current for the operation of normal office fixtures and equipment, but excluding any high energy consumption equipment. Tenant covenants and agrees to pay as Additional Rent the cost of such electricity, which shall be separately metered and billed to Tenant monthly. Tenant covenants and agrees that Landlord shall in no event be liable or responsible to Tenant for any loss, damage or expense which Tenant may sustain or incur if either the quality or character of electrical service is changed or is no longer suitable for Tenant’s requirements. 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 or installation of the Building.
Electricity. Subject to the 1st sentence of Section 6.1 above, and subject to any contrary provisions in this Lease, the cost of electricity supplied to the Premises shall be separately submetered by Landlord via existing submeters or new submeters installed at Tenant’s cost. Tenant shall pay to Landlord the actual out-of-pocket costs charged by the public utility provider to Landlord for electricity consumed by Tenant in the Premises, within thirty (30) days after Tenant’s receipt of an invoice (together with reasonable supporting documentation) for the same. Tenant shall in no event be obligated to pay any administration fee, or any mark-up, depreciation or other amounts to Landlord in connection with electricity usage by Tenant; provided, however, with respect to electricity alone, Landlord may charge an administrative fee equal to Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500.00) per month, which amount shall be increased annually on a cumulative and compounded basis on each anniversary of the Lease Commencement Date by the same percentage increases as those that occur under Article 3.2 above for Base Rent. Pursuant to and subject to Tenant’s compliance with the TCC’s of Article 8 below (including obtaining Landlord’s prior consent if and to the extent required pursuant to Article 8.1 below), and subject to available electrical capacity of the Building, as reasonably determined by Landlord, Tenant may, at its own expense, elect to make additional electricity arrangements for electricity to be provided to the Premises and/or Supplemental Areas (and Supplemental Equipment) directly with the applicable utility (“Provider”) and may obtain such additional electric supply from such Provider, and may install supplemental electrical equipment in the Premises and/or Supplemental Areas for such purposes (provided, however, any such additional electrical supply, arrangements and/or equipment with respect to the Supplemental Areas and Supplemental Equipment shall be subject to and conditioned upon Tenant’s compliance with the TCC’s of Article 6.9 and the Special Use Conditions). Landlord, at no cost to Landlord, shall cooperate with Tenant and Provider reasonably and in good faith in this regard. Tenant agrees to pay all bills from Provider for such direct electrical service when due.
Electricity. During the course of this Lease, from time to time, however not more than once per year, Tenant's consumption of electricity shall be computed by an independent electrical engineer or consultant retained by Landlord, after surveying Tenant's electrical equipment (including lights) and the use thereof. Until such time as such survey is performed, if at all, or until Tenant decides to purchase electricity directly from the utility company, if at all, Tenant shall pay Landlord, beginning on the Commencement Date, for the electricity consumed in the Premises at the rate described in the preamble. Upon completion of the survey, Landlord and Tenant shall promptly and retroactively adjust this amount, depending upon the results of such survey. In the event that the electric rates charged to Landlord are increased, the Electricity Charge shall be increased as determined by the applicable public utility rate schedule in effect after such increase, as applied to Tenant's consumption as set forth herein. Tenant shall immediately notify Landlord of any additional equipment placed within the Premises, or change in use, which would in any manner increase Tenant's use of electricity. Landlord shall then conduct a new survey, at Tenant's expense, to ascertain the amount of the increased usage. Tenant, solely at its own expense, may arrange for a second survey of its electric usage. In the event that Owner and Tenant do not agree on the results of said second survey, the matter shall be submitted to an independent electrical engineer or consultant chosen by the engineers who conducted the initial survey (arranged by Landlord) and the second survey (arranged by Tenant), whose determination shall be final. The cost of such third survey shall be shared equally by Landlord and Tenant. Tenant covenants and agrees that at all times its use of electrical current shall not exceed the capacity of existing feeders to the building or the risers, conduits, or wiring installed in the building, and Tenant shall not use any electrical equipment which, in Landlord's opinion reasonably exercised, will overload such installations or interfere with the use thereof by other tenants of the building. Landlord shall not be liable in any way to Tenant for any failure or defect in the supply or character of electric service furnished to the Premises by reason of any requirement, act or omission of the utility company servicing the building or for any other reason, unless such failure in electric s...