Heat Pumps Sample Clauses

Heat Pumps. Electric heat pumps and their supplemental electric heat components qualify as a primary heating source for the dual-fuel program if the unit provides 100 percent of the heating needs of the home or business during off-peak hours. A qualified secondary heating system must be present if electric heat pumps are used.‌‌‌ Residential Customers with heat pumps are required to also control the cooling component (air conditioning) of the heat pump. MPS will compensate the residential Customers using heat pumps for air conditioning with the dual-fuel rate. Commercial Customers with heat pumps will not be controlled or receive the dual-fuel rate for the air conditioning component of the heat pump. Instead, MPS will compensate commercial Customers on the Small General Service rate during the summer season as defined by MPS’ Rate Schedule. 507.5 Radiant Floor Heat. Electric radiant floor heating, such as an electric boiler hydronic system or an electric cable system, qualifies as a primary heating source for the dual-fuel program if the unit provides 100 percent of the heating needs of the home or business during off-peak hours. Radiant floor heat storage may also be used as a qualified secondary heating system; however, the heating contractor must submit a guaranty to MPS stating the radiant floor storage is capable of meeting the home’s entire heating needs.
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Heat Pumps. During each year of the Term, Landlord shall have the Building HVAC system evaluated by an independent, reputable third party HVAC contractor selected by Landlord and reasonably acceptable to Tenant and replace, at its sole cost, any heat pump units that are deemed no longer serviceable. In addition. Landlord will, at all times, store four new heat pump units (two (2) – 3 ton units and two (2) – 4 ton units) exclusively for the Building so that they can be installed within twenty-four (24) hours and during off-hours.
Heat Pumps. If a tenant wishes to install a heat pump in their unit, all costs relating to the installation and on-going maintenance will lie with the tenant. When the tenant vacates the unit he/she may sell or leave the heat pump to the incoming tenant only if the new tenant is prepared to take over the heat pump. It is the outgoing tenants / tenant’s family’s responsibility and cost to remove the heat pump and reinstate the unit to its original state also to meet all costs associated with reinstatement of the power authority’s second meter. All electrical work must be carried out by a registered electrician and prior approval from Council to install a heat pump is required.
Heat Pumps. 4.1 The title in the Heat Pumps is retained by the Supplier until the end of the Term.

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  • Fuel 28.1 The Vehicle must be returned with the amount of fuel equal to that at the time of the commencement of the rental. If the Vehicle is returned with less fuel, the difference will be charged to You at a rate of $5.00 including GST per litre (which includes a service component).

  • Generator Subject to the provisions of this Section 29.36, Tenant shall be entitled to install, operate and maintain a generator and any other equipment related thereto, including, without limitation, a fuel system, wiring and shaft space (“Generator”) next to the Building at Tenant’s sole cost and expense (without paying any additional fee or rental to Landlord for the use thereof). Prior to the installation of the Generator, Tenant shall inspect the proposed location to determine a suitable location for the Generator, and Tenant shall submit written plans and specifications relative to the type, size and proposed location (including any proposed screening) of the Generator to Landlord for its review and written approval. Tenant shall be solely responsible for the cost of acquisition, installation, operation, and maintenance of the Generator; and Tenant shall install, maintain and operate the Generator in accordance with all federal, state, and local laws, statutes, ordinances, rules and regulations, including without limitation, obtaining and maintaining any and all permits, approvals and licenses required to install and operate the Generator by any governmental authority having jurisdiction. Landlord and Tenant agree that, upon the expiration of earlier termination of the Lease Term, Tenant shall not be required to remove the Generator, any associated cabling, wiring and screening or other improvements. Tenant shall not be entitled to grant or assign to any third party (other than a permitted assignee of Tenant’s rights under the Lease or a permitted subtenant relative to the Premises (or a portion thereof)) the right to use the Generator without Landlord’s prior written consent (which consent may be granted or withheld in Landlord’s discretion). Upon reasonable advance notice to Tenant (and provided Landlord reasonably coordinates with Tenant and provides an alternate source of backup generator capacity during said transition), Landlord shall be entitled to cause the Generator to be moved to another location near the Building, at Landlord’s cost and expense. Tenant shall pay all personal property taxes on the Generator. Tenant shall also pay any increases in the real property taxes of the Building due to the installation of the Generator within thirty (30) days of receipt of notice from Landlord which includes proof of such increase in taxes. Tenant’s indemnity obligations under Section of the Lease, relating to the use of Hazardous Materials, shall apply to the use and operation of the Generator. Finally, Tenant’s insurance obligations under Section 10.3 of the Lease shall apply to the Generator.

  • Electrical Service Electrical service for new construction or a renovated existing building shall be 480/277-volt, 3-phase, 4-wire or approved equal. Service shall be sized for HVAC and other mechanical system(s) loads, lighting, general building services, and dedicated computer based office equipment loads. 5 xxxxx per square foot shall be provided for lighting and general service receptacles. Size of neutral conductor of 3- phase circuits shall be twice that of phase conductor to accommodate potential harmonic currents associated with computer system electronic power supplies and fluorescent lighting fixtures electronic ballasts. An adequately sized 3 phase “wye” wound step down transformer shall be provided to supply 208/120-volt, 3 phase power, for lighting, general service receptacles and dedicated computer based office equipment. Dedicated, isolated ground circuits shall be supplied from separate isolated ground power distribution panel(s). Lighting circuits shall be supplied from separate lighting panel(s). Panels shall have 20% spare capacity and be complete with 10% spare breakers of each size, but no less than 1 spare. No more than 4 duplex receptacles shall be connected to any single 20-amp dedicated isolated ground circuit or general service circuit.

  • Electrical Provide drawings for the following systems:

  • ELECTRICAL SERVICES A. Landlord shall provide electric power for a combined load of 3.0 xxxxx per square foot of useable area for lighting and for office machines through standard receptacles for the typical office space.

  • HEATING, VENTILATING AND AIR CONDITIONING General Office Area: The building shall be equipped with a combination heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. The system shall have ducted supply and return air. The space above the ceiling shall not be used as a supply or return plenum. The systems shall be sized in accordance with the weather conditions identified in Chapter 13, “Energy Conservation” of the 1996 BOCA Building Code and supplemented by the “Building Code Rules”. All HVAC equipment shall be commercial or light industrial grade. If new construction it shall be installed at grade or within mechanical rooms for easy access and maintenance. If existing construction, roof mounted equipment will be considered after all other options have been exhausted, including the elimination of noise and vibration transfer to the structural members. The HVAC systems shall be zoned, with units sized and placed as required by heating and cooling loads on the building. Zoning of systems is dependent on the size, shape and orientation of the building. The HVAC system shall be divided into a minimum of 4 exterior and 1 interior temperature control zones. Return air shall be taken from the area supplied or adjacent to the area in the same temperature control zone. The ventilation and exhaust system shall be sized to maintain a positive pressure throughout the building envelope to limit air and dust infiltration. No HVAC ductwork shall be installed under the floor slab or underground.

  • HEATING The Hirer shall ensure that no unauthorised heating appliances shall be used on the premises when open to the public without the consent of the management committee. Portable Liquefied Propane Gas (LPG) heating appliances shall not be used.

  • Emergency Generator Although Landlord is the owner of emergency generator and related automatic transfer switches serving the Building and the 901 Building (collectively, the “Emergency Generator”), prior to the date of this First Amendment, Tenant, as the sole tenant of the Building and the 901 Building, has been operating and maintaining the Emergency Generator. Tenant shall, on the date that is 1 day after the mutual execution and delivery of this First Amendment by the parties (“EG Transfer Date”), (x) deliver the Emergency Generator to Landlord in good working order with a full tank of diesel (y) assign to, transfer and deliver to Landlord all governmental permits and licenses (to the extent such permits and licenses are assignable), if any, warranties (to the extent assignable), operating and maintenance manuals, records and other documents concerning the Emergency Generator, and (y) terminate any service, maintenance or other contracts maintained by Tenant with respect to the Emergency Generator. Tenant has not been obligated to maintain a wastewater permit in connection with the Emergency Generator. With respect to any permit required for the Emergency Generator, Landlord acknowledges and agrees that Tenant has been in the process of obtaining a generator permit in connection with a Tenant permitting process underway with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (“BAAQMD”) for the 901 Building, that Tenant will remove the generator from its permit application with BAAQMD, and that Landlord will need to obtain a generator permit from BAAQMD in its own name. To the best of Tenant’s knowledge, Tenant does not have any other permits in connection with the Emergency Generator. To the extent Tenant has current contracts with any vendors for the Emergency Generator, Tenant and Landlord shall reasonably cooperate to assign or terminate such contracts in the manner set forth in Section 14 above regarding utilities. To the extent it is not possible for Tenant to remove the request for a generator permit from its BAAQMD application or to assign or terminate any service maintenance or other contracts within 1 day after the mutual execution and delivery of this First Amendment, Tenant shall not be in default hereunder if Tenant promptly commences efforts to do so and diligently performs until such actions have been completed within a reasonable period after such date. Landlord shall, within 5 days of the EG Transfer Date, as part of Expenses, conduct such testing of the Emergency Generator required, in Landlord’s sole and absolute discretion, to determine whether the Emergency Generator is, in fact, in good working order. If such testing discloses that the Emergency Generator is not in good working order, Landlord shall have the right, at Tenant’s sole cost and expense, to perform any maintenance and/or repairs required to put the Emergency Generator in good working order. Following the EG Transfer Date, Landlord’s sole obligation for either providing emergency generators or providing emergency back-up power to Tenant shall be: (i) to provide emergency generators with not less than the current capacity of the Emergency Generator and Tenant shall be entitled to Tenant’s share of the capacity thereof available for use by all tenants of the Building and the 901 Building, collectively, in accordance with the rentable area of the Premises and the 901 Building and the collective rentable areas of the Building and the 901 Building occupied by such other tenants, (ii) to contract with a third party to maintain the emergency generators (“Emergency Generator Servicer”) as per the manufacturer’s standard maintenance guidelines, and (iii) to obtain and maintain licenses for the emergency generators as required by applicable law. Landlord shall have no obligation to provide Tenant with operational emergency generators or back-up power or to supervise, oversee or confirm that the Emergency Generator Servicer or any other third party maintaining the emergency generators is maintaining the generators as per the manufacturer’s standard guidelines or otherwise. Landlord shall provide to Tenant copies of any reports received by Landlord from the Emergency Generator Servicer regarding its maintenance and repairs of the emergency generators; provided, however, that in no event shall Landlord’s failure to deliver such reports constitute a default by Landlord under the Lease. During any period of replacement, repair or maintenance of the emergency generators when the emergency generators are not operational, including any delays thereto due to the inability to obtain parts or replacement equipment, Landlord shall have no obligation to provide Tenant with an alternative back-up generator or generators or alternative sources of back-up power. Tenant expressly acknowledges and agrees that Landlord does not guaranty that such emergency generators will be operational at all times or that emergency power will be available to the Premises when needed. Landlord shall provide Tenant with not less than five (5) business days’ notice of the scheduled disruption in the operation of the emergency generators. In the case of an emergency, Landlord shall provide Tenant with notice of any emergency disruption as soon as reasonably possible after Landlord becomes aware of the need for such emergency disruption.

  • Plant The expression ‘Plant’ as used in the tender papers shall mean every temporary accessory necessary or considered necessary by the Engineer to execute, construct, complete and maintain the work and all altered, modified, substituted and additional works ordered in the time and the manner herein provided and all temporary materials and special and other articles and appliance of every sort kind and description whatsoever intended or used therefore.

  • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Landlord shall furnish to the Premises heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (“HVAC”) in accordance with the Design Standards set forth in Exhibit D during Ordinary Business Hours. Landlord shall have access to all air-cooling, fan, ventilating and machine rooms and electrical closets and all other mechanical installations of Landlord (collectively, “Mechanical Installations”), and Tenant shall not construct partitions or other obstructions which may interfere with Landlord’s access thereto or the moving of Landlord’s equipment to and from the Mechanical Installations. No Tenant Party shall at any time enter the Mechanical Installations or tamper with, adjust, or otherwise affect such Mechanical Installations. Landlord shall not be responsible if the HVAC System fails to provide cooled or heated air, as the case may be, to the Premises in accordance with the Design Standards by reason of (i) any equipment installed by, for or on behalf of Tenant, which has an electrical load in excess of the average electrical load and human occupancy factors for the HVAC System as designed, or (ii) any rearrangement of partitioning or other Alterations made or performed by, for or on behalf of Tenant. Tenant shall install, if missing, blinds or shades on all windows, which blinds and shades shall be subject to Landlord’s approval, and shall keep operable windows in the Premises closed, and lower the blinds when necessary because of the sun’s position, whenever the HVAC System is in operation or as and when required by any Requirement. Tenant shall cooperate with Landlord and shall abide by the rules and regulations which Landlord may reasonably prescribe for the proper functioning and protection of the HVAC System. Tenant acknowledges that the server room in the Premises currently has three heat pumps installed, being two 4-ton units, and one 2.5-ton unit (the “Existing Heat Pumps”). The 2.5-ton unit is currently connected and operational. Tenant shall determine whether it is satisfied with the condition of the Existing Heat Pumps and Landlord shall not have any responsibility or liability for the condition, operation, maintenance, repair or replacement of the Existing Heat Pumps. Tenant may operate the Existing Heat Pumps. Tenant shall be responsible for, and pay directly for, all necessary maintenance and repairs to the Existing Heat Pumps. Tenant shall reimburse Landlord monthly for the cost of all utility services used to operate the Existing Heat Pumps within 10 Business Days after receipt of Landlord’s invoice for such amount. Landlord may measure Tenant’s usage of such utility services by either a sub-meter or by other reasonable methods such as by temporary check meters or by survey. Tenant, at its cost, may replace the Existing Heat Pumps with one or more new heat pumps, provided, however, that the capacity of such replacement heat pump(s) shall not exceed the 10.5-ton capacity cooling capacity of the Existing Heat Pumps.

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