Firm Transmission Service. Owner shall make available to Distribution Company, from and after the Commercial Operation Date through the end of the Term, transmission capacity on the NECEC Transmission Line in order to deliver electrical energy, as scheduled by Distribution Company or its designee or assignee under the resale provisions of Article X, in such scheduled amount up to the Contract Capacity, measured at the Delivery Point (“Firm Transmission Service”). Firm Transmission Service shall be made available over the NECEC Transmission Line at any time from and after the Commercial Operation Date, in a north-to-south direction, and to the extent available in a south-to-north direction, between the U.S. Border and the Delivery Point. Firm Transmission Service shall be subject to curtailment or interruption only as a result of an Excused Outage or as provided in Section 14.3(b). Without limiting Owner’s obligations under this Section 7.1.1, the quantity of Firm Transmission Service that Owner will provide in any hour shall not exceed the Proportionate Share of the Available Transfer Capability for such hour.
Firm Transmission Service. Firm Transmission Service shall mean transmission service that is intended to be available at all times to the maximum extent practicable, subject to an Emergency, an unanticipated failure of a facility, or other event beyond the control of the owner or operator of the facility or the Office of the Interconnection.
Firm Transmission Service. 4.1. Commencing on the Effective Date, PacifiCorp shall provide Firm Transmission Service over PacifiCorp’s Transmission System for the delivery of capacity and energy from UMPA Resources to UMPA Load at the Points of Delivery net of the Western Resource, including deliveries from UMPA Resources to the Xxxx Point of Delivery (to the extent and only to the extent that the capacity and energy delivered to the Xxxx Point of Delivery is in excess of the UMPA Load at Points of Delivery other than Xxxx). PacifiCorp’s obligation to provide such Firm Transmission Service shall be subject to PacifiCorp’s right to interrupt or reduce schedules of capacity and energy pursuant to Section 4.4 and 4.5 herein. UMPA shall pay PacifiCorp for Firm Transmission Service provided under this Section in accordance with Exhibit D to this Agreement.
Firm Transmission Service. The obligation, comparable to Network Integration Service under the Tariff and as more fully described in Section 4 hereof, of PacifiCorp to transfer capacity and energy from UMPA Resources as described in Exhibit C hereof at the Points of Receipt described in Exhibit B hereto, less the Western Resource, to the Points of Delivery described in Exhibit A hereto.
Firm Transmission Service. Firm Point-to-Point Transmission Service or Network Integration Transmission Service.
Firm Transmission Service. 3.1 Commencing on the Effective Date, PacifiCorp shall accept from Deseret schedules for firm transmission service over the PacifiCorp Transmission System for the delivery of capacity and energy for the purpose of serving Deseret On-System Load, net of load served by the Western Resource, and to deliver capacity and energy from the Hunter Resource to the Xxxx POD, to the extent and only to the extent that such Hunter Resource capacity and energy is in excess of the Deseret On-System Load net of the Western Resource. PacifiCorp’s obligation to deliver such amounts of power and energy shall be subject to PacifiCorp’s right to interrupt or reduce such energy to deliveries pursuant to Section 3.2 and Section 3.3 herein.
Firm Transmission Service. Transmission services that Bonneville by treaty, statute, contract, or federal policy or regulation, has the firm obligation to plan, construct or operate its system to provide. Firm Transmission Service includes firm service over the FCRTS needed to assure adequate and reliable service to nonfederal loads in the Pacific Northwest, as that region is defined in subsection 3(14) of the Pacific Northwest Electric Power Planning and Conservation Act (16 U.S.C. subsection 839a(14)), where not included in Native Load.
Firm Transmission Service. Service for Native Load Customers, firm Regional Network Service (Network Integration Transmission Service), service for Excepted Transactions, Firm Internal Point-To-Point Transmission Service, or Firm Through or Out Service.
Firm Transmission Service. 2.1 PacifiCorp ---------- Summer Season Winter Season Losses Point of Receipt Point of Delivery (May-October) (November-April) (%) ---------------- ----------------- ------------- ---------------- ----- Primary Transmission Pinnacle Peak 230 kV Glen Canyon 230 kV -0- 250,000 kW 5.5 Xxxondary Transmission Pinnacle Peak 230 kV Glen Canyon 230 kV 150,000 kW -0- 5.5 PacifiCorp Arizona Public Service Company Contract No. 94-SLC-0276 Exhibit A Page 2 of 2
Firm Transmission Service. 5.1 Western will accept power and energy scheduled by PacifiCorp and APS at the point(s) of receipt and voltage(s) set forth in Exhibit A. Western shall transmit and deliver an equivalent amount of power and energy, less transmission losses, to the points of delivery set forth in said Exhibit A. Transmission Service includes all elements as set forth in Section 2 of the attached Exhibit A, which are listed as Primary and Secondary Transmission. Primary and Secondary Transmission shall have equal firmness. Exhibit A may be revised from time to time as provided for herein. Any revisions to Exhibit A shall be executed by all Parties.