Electricity Sample Clauses

Electricity. All charges for the electricity consumed for the operation of the common machinery and equipment.
Electricity. (a) Electricity shall be distributed to the Premises by the electric utility company serving the Building and Tenant shall contract directly with such company. Landlord shall permit Landlord’s wire and conduits, to the extent available, suitable and safely capable, to be used for such distribution. Subject to the provisions of Section 10.6(b) below, the electrical capacity available to the Premises shall be the capacity on the date hereof. Landlord, at Landlord’s sole cost and expense, shall make all necessary arrangements with the electric utility company for separately metering the Premises and Tenant shall pay, on a timely basis, 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 systems serving the Premises, shall be paid for by Tenant.
Electricity. Tenant's use of electrical energy in the Demised Premises shall not at any time exceed the capacity of any of the electrical conductors and equipment in or otherwise serving the Demised Premises. In order to insure that such capacity is not exceeded, and to avert possible adverse effect upon the Building, Tenant shall give notice to Landlord whenever it shall connect to the Building's electrical distribution system any fixtures, appliances or equipment other than a reasonable quantity of lamps, personal computers, printers, typewriters, copiers, fax machines and similar office machines for standard office type uses. Any additional feeders or risers to supply Tenant's electrical requirements other than those set forth in EXHIBIT "A", and all other equipment proper and necessary in connection with such feeders and 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, risers or dedicated circuits are permissible and will not cause or create danger or injury to the Building or cause or create a dangerous condition or unreasonably interfere with the other Tenants of the Building.
Electricity. 14.01 Tenant shall obtain electricity for the Demised Premises on a direct meter basis, Tenant shall be responsible for and pay to the applicable utility all charges for electricity as measured by such meter. Landlord shall not in any way be liable or responsible to Tenant for any loss or damage or expense which Tenant may sustain or incur if either the quantity or character of electric service is changed or is no longer available or suitable for Tenant’s requirements. Any additional riser or risers to supply Tenant’s electrical requirements, upon written request to Tenant, will be installed by Landlord, at the sole cost and expense of Tenant, unless, in Landlord’s reasonable judgment, the same will cause permanent damage or injury to the Building or the Demised Premises or cause or create a dangerous or hazardous condition or interfere with or disturb other tenants or occupants. In addition to the installation of such riser or risers, Landlord will also at the sole cost and expense of Tenant, install all other equipment proper and necessary in connection therewith subject to the aforesaid terms and conditions. Tenant covenants and agrees that at all times its use of electric current shall never exceed the capacity of the feeders to the Building or the risers or wiring installation which Landlord represents is sufficient for ordinary office use. It is further covenanted and agreed by the Tenant that all the aforesaid costs and expenses are chargeable and collectible as Additional Rent and shall be paid by the Tenant to the Landlord within ten (10) days after the rendering of any bill or statement to the Tenant therefor. Tenant shall make no alterations or additions to the electric equipment and/or appliances without the prior written consent of Landlord in each instance, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, should electric service be interrupted for a period of more than five (5) consecutive business days through the sole fault of Landlord so as to prevent Tenant from using at least seventy-five (75%) percent of the Demised Premises, Fixed Rent shall abate until such service resumes and Tenant is able to resume the use of at least seventy-five (75%) percent of the Demised Premises. Should such service interruption prevent Tenant from using at least seventy-five (75%) of the Demised Premises for more than sixty (60) days and be due to the sole fault of Landlord, Tenant sha...
Electricity. Landlord shall provide sufficient electricity to accommodate Tenant ‘s requirements for the Premises as indicated by the Leasehold Engineers pursuant to Paragraph 2 of the Work Agreement. The Building has been designed with the electrical capacity set forth in the Plans, which shall provide up to 8 watts per rentable square foot of demand load at the electrical panel in each floor of the Premises (exclusive of power required for heating, air conditioning and lighting). Tenant shall not install or operate in the Premises any electrically operated equipment or other machinery which would exceed the electrical capacity provided in the Base Building Work without obtaining the prior written consent of Landlord. Tenant shall pay the Electrical Cost Share Rent set forth in Section 2A(3) above. Tenant shall have the right, at Tenant’s expense, at any time during the term of this Lease to contract directly with the local electric utility company or to install emergency power equipment. Tenant shall be responsible for the repair of any damage to the Premises caused by the installation or maintenance of such equipment. The cost of furnishing electricity to the Building, to the extent not represented by Tenant’s directly contracting with such local utility company, shall be included within the Electrical Costs as defined in Section 2 above.
Electricity. Landlord shall furnish to the Premises electric current to the extent commercially reasonable and required for normal general office uses. The Building electrical system will be capable of providing an average of at least five (5) watts per square foot of Rentable Area to the Premises for lighting and measured load. Landlord may establish commercially reasonable measures to conserve energy and water, including but not limited to, automatic light shut off after Normal Working Hours in unoccupied areas and efficient lighting forms, so long as these measures do not unreasonably interfere with Tenant’s use of the Premises. Without the prior written consent of Landlord, which Landlord will not unreasonably withhold, Tenant shall not install or operate any machinery, appliances or equipment in the Premises, which will (i) create a Design Problem, (ii) have an adverse effect on the structural components of the Building or on the Building Systems (including any demand on Building Systems or Building Structure which is greater than their design loads), or (iii) result in a violation of Applicable Laws; nor connect any apparatus, device, machinery, appliances or equipment (except through electrical outlets in the Premises), for the purpose of using electric current. Use of five (5) watts per square foot of Rentable Area for power and lighting within the Premises per month (other than electric current for Building HVAC) is referred to herein as the “Standard Consumption Amount.” Tenant agrees to pay directly (instead of as part of Building Operating Costs and in addition to Building Operating Costs payments pursuant to Section 5.1) for the cost of electric current (at rates no higher than that charged by the public utility providing similar service based on average annual utility rates) used by Tenant in the Premises which exceeds the Standard Consumption Amount. Landlord shall install a submeter on each floor or floors of the Premises to determine the actual amount of electric current which Tenant is utilizing from time to time. If such submeter indicates that Tenant’s usage of electric current for power and lighting in the Premises (excluding electric current for Building HVAC) exceeds the Standard Consumption Amount, and that the allocation of electricity costs to all tenants in the Building through Operating Costs is, therefore, materially distorted or unfair, then Tenant shall pay directly (instead of as part of Building Operating Costs) for the actual cost of s...
Electricity. 1. Tenant shall pay for all electricity consumed in Tenant's space. If not metered separately, Landlord shall reasonably estimate the cost of such electrical usage for Tenant's lights and plugs, and Tenant shall reimburse Landlord for such costs on a monthly basis. If Tenant's use of electrical energy in Tenant's Space is disproportionate to other tenants' use of electrical energy, Tenant shall also pay for all excess electricity consumed in Tenant's space as estimated by Landlord. If Tenant is billed in any manner for tenant electricity other than as Estimated Cost of Tenant Electrical Service to Tenant's space (included in Fixed Rent) as set forth in Paragraph 1.1 hereof, the Fixed Rent shall be adjusted by deducting the portion thereof representing the cost of electrical service to Tenant's Space. Tenant's use of electrical energy in Tenant's space shall not at any time exceed the capacity of any of the electrical conductors or equipment in or otherwise serving Tenant's space. To ensure that such capacity is not exceeded and to avert possible adverse effects upon the Building's electrical system, Tenant shall not, without prior written notice to Landlord in each instance, connect to the Building electric distribution system any fixtures, appliances or equipment which operates on a voltage in excess of 120 or 208 volts nominal or make any alteration or addition to the electric system of the Tenant's space. Unless Landlord shall reasonably object to the connection of any such fixtures, appliances or equipment, all additional risers or other equipment required therefore shall be provided by Landlord and the cost thereto shall be paid by Tenant upon Landlord's demand. 34 EXHIBIT "E" RULES AND REGULATIONS
Electricity. All charges for the electricity consumed for the operation of the common lighting, machinery and equipment of the Said Block/Building and the Said Complex and the road network, STP etc.
Electricity. Sublessor shall permit Sublessor's existing wires, pipes, risers, conduits and other electrical equipment of Sublessor to be used for the purpose of providing electrical service to the Premises. Sublessee covenants and agrees that its electrical usage will not exceed the maximum load from time to time permitted by applicable governmental regulations nor the design criteria of the existing Building electrical capacity. Sublessor shall not in any way be liable or responsible to Sublessee for any loss or damage or expense which Sublessee may sustain or incur if, during the term of this Sublease, either the quantity or character of electric current is changed or electric current is no longer available or suitable for Sublessee's requirements due to a factor or cause beyond Sublessor's control. Sublessee shall purchase and install all lamps, tubes, bulbs, starters and ballasts except as included in Base Building Work. Sublessee shall pay all charges for electricity, HVAC, gas and other utilities used or consumed in or on the Premises. Sublessee shall bear the cost of repair and maintenance of any electric or gas meter used or to be installed in (or serving) the Premises.
Electricity. Landlord shall provide sufficient electricity to operate normal office lighting and 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.