Equipment Testing and Inspection Sample Clauses

Equipment Testing and Inspection. 2.1.1 The Interconnection Customer shall test and inspect its Small Generating Facility and Interconnection Facilities prior to interconnection. The Interconnection Customer shall notify the NYISO and the Connecting Transmission Owner of such activities no fewer than five Business Days (or as may be agreed to by the Parties) prior to such testing and inspection. Testing and inspection shall occur on a Business Day. The Connecting Transmission Owner may, at its own expense, send qualified personnel to the Small Generating Facility site to inspect the interconnection and observe the testing. The Interconnection Customer shall provide the NYISO and Connecting Transmission Owner a written test report when such testing and inspection is completed. The Small Generating Facility may not commence parallel operations if the NYISO, in consultation with the Connecting Transmission Owner, finds that the Small Generating Facility has not been installed as agreed upon or may not be operated in a safe and reliable manner.
Equipment Testing and Inspection. 2.1.1 The Interconnection Customer shall test and inspect its Small Generating Facility and Interconnection Facilities prior to interconnection. The Interconnection Customer shall notify the Participating TO and the CAISO of such activities no fewer than five (5) Business Days (or as may be agreed to by the Parties) prior to such testing and inspection. Testing and inspection shall occur on a Business Day. The Participating TO and the CAISO may, at their own expense, send qualified personnel to the Small Generating Facility site to inspect the interconnection and observe the testing. The Interconnection Customer shall provide the Participating TO and the CAISO a written test report when such testing and inspection is completed.
Equipment Testing and Inspection. The Interconnection Customer shall test and inspect its Small Generator Facility including the Interconnection Equipment prior to interconnection in accordance with IEEE Standard 1547 and IEEE Standard1547.1. The Interconnection Customer shall not operate its Small Generator Facility in Parallel with EDC’s Electric Distribution System without prior written authorization by the EDC as provided for in 2.1.1 – 2.1.4.
Equipment Testing and Inspection. Customer must notify Rocky Mountain Power of the anticipated testing and inspection date of the Net Metering Facility at least ten (10) business days prior to testing, either through submittal of the Agreement, a notice of completion, or in a separate notice. Within ten (10) business days after receipt of such required documentation, Rocky Mountain Power will inspect the Net Metering Facility, set the new meter if required, approve the interconnection and may arrange a witness test as set forth in the Rule, R746-312-8(4). Rocky Mountain Power and Customer will select a date by mutual agreement for the witness test. Rocky Mountain Power will test and inspect the Net Metering Facility and Interconnection Facilities prior to interconnection in accordance with IEEE Standards as provided for in the Rule, R746-312-4. Customer shall not begin operation of its Net Metering Facility until after inspection and testing is completed. If a witness test is conducted and is not satisfactory, Customer must resolve any deficiencies within thirty (30) business days or other time period as mutually agreed by the Parties.
Equipment Testing and Inspection. 2.1.1 The Interconnection Customer shall test and inspect its Generating Facility and Interconnection Facilities prior to interconnection. For Generating Facilities approved and interconnected to the Public Utility under the Level 1 interconnection review process, the Interconnection Customer must notify the Public Utility of the anticipated start date for operation of the Generating Facility at least ten (10) Business Days prior to starting operation, either through the submittal of this Interconnection Agreement, a notice of completion, or in a separate notice, pursuant to R746-312-8(3). For Generating Facilities approved and interconnected to the Public Utility under the Level 2 and Level 3 interconnection review processes, the Interconnection Customer must notify the Public Utility of the anticipated testing and inspection date for the Generating Facility at least ten (10) Business Days prior to such testing, either through the submittal of this Interconnection Agreement, a notice of completion, or in a separate notice, pursuant to R746-312-9(4) and R746-312-10(3). Testing and inspection shall occur on a Business Day. The Public Utility may, at its own expense, send qualified personnel to the Generating Facility site to inspect the Interconnection Customer’s Generating Facility and its component equipment and observe the testing. The Interconnection Customer shall provide the Public Utility a written test report when such testing and inspection is completed, in order to ensure compliance with R746-312- 17(1)(b).
Equipment Testing and Inspection. Customer-Generator will test and inspect its Net Metering Facility and interconnection facilities prior to interconnection in accordance with IEEE 1547 and 1547.1 Standards as set forth in the Rule. Customer-Generator shall not begin operation of the Net Metering Facility until satisfactory completion of the inspection.
Equipment Testing and Inspection a) Upon completing construction, the interconnection Customer shall test and inspect its generating facility including the interconnection equipment prior to interconnection in accordance with updated IEEE standards 1547 and IEEE standard 1547.1 by the local electrical inspection authority. The interconnection Customer shall not operate its generating facility in parallel with distribution system without prior written authorization by the Utility.
Equipment Testing and Inspection. 2.1.1 The Interconnection Customer shall test and inspect its generating facility and interconnection facilities prior to interconnection. The Interconnection Customer shall notify HEA of such activities no fewer than five business days (or as may be agreed to by the Parties) prior to such testing and inspection. Testing and inspection shall occur on a business day. HEA may, at its own expense, send qualified personnel to the generating facility site to inspect the interconnection and observe the testing. The Interconnection Customer shall provide HEA a written test report when such testing and inspection is completed.
Equipment Testing and Inspection. The Applicant will self test and inspect its Net Metering Facility prior to operation in accordance with IEEE Standards. PGE may also require an inspection and witness of commissioning tests as set forth in IEEE Standards prior to operation in accordance with the Rules.