Number of Customers Sample Clauses

Number of Customers. RATIO - A ratio based on the number of retail electric and/or gas customers. This ratio will be determined annually based on the actual number of customers at the end of the previous calendar year and may be adjusted for any known and reasonably quantifiable events, or at such time as may be required due to significant changes. In some cases, the ratio may be calculated based on the type of customer class being served (i.e. Residential, Commercial or Industrial).
Number of Customers. Based on the number of customers (electric and/or gas) at the end of the most recent calendar year. The numerator of which is for an Operating Company (either CILCO, CIPS or UE) and the denominator of which is for all Operating Companies. This ratio will be determined annually, and/or at such time as may be required due to a significant change in circumstances. Sales - Based on the sales volume (kwh and/or dekatherms) for the most recent calendar year. The numerator of which is for an Operating Company and the denominator of which is for all Operating Companies. This ratio will be determined annually, and/or at such time as may be required due to a significant change in circumstances. Number of Employees - Based on the number of employees (contract and/or non-contract, or electric operating and/or gas operating) at the end of the most recent calendar year. The numerator of which is for an Operating Company or an affected affiliate company. The denominator of which is for all Operating Companies and affected affiliate companies. This ratio will be determined annually, and/or at such time as may be required due to a significant change in circumstances. Composite - Based on an equal weighting Sales (kwh & dekatherm), Number of Customers (total), and Number of Employees (total) allocation factors. The numerator of which is the simple average of the above three factors for an Operating Company and the denominator of which is for all Operating Companies. This ratio will be determined annually and/or at such time as may be required due to a significant change in circumstances. Operations & Maintenance Labor - Based on the Operations & Maintenance Labor (electric and/or gas) for the most recent calendar year. The numerator of which is for an Operating Company or an affected affiliate and the denominator of which is for all Operating Companies and affected affiliate companies. This ratio will be determined annually, and/or at such time as may be required due to a significant change in circumstances. Revenues - Based on revenues (electric and/or gas) for the most recent calendar year. The numerator of which is for an Operating Company or an affected affiliate company. The denominator of which is for all Operating Companies and/or affected affiliate companies. This ratio will be determined annually, or at such time as may be required due to a significant change in circumstances. Total Capitalization - Based on total capitalization (total common stockholder's equity, ...
Number of Customers. Broken out into classifications: Total, New and Incremental (increase or decrease)
Number of Customers. 7. Financial services Financial services refers to accounting, finance, treasury, tax, internal audit and relating financial services. Examples of activities performed within these various financial disciplines includes the following: maintain corporate books and records, prepare financial and statistical reports, process payments to vendors, ensure compliance with tax laws and regulations, manage debt and maintain banking relationships, invest pension assets, establish and monitor internal controls, perform financial and risk analysis, prepare budgets and forecasts, maintain shareholder records, and communicate with the investment community.
Number of Customers. Based on the average number of customers (electric and/or gas) at the end of the most recent 12 months at the time the budget is prepared. The numerator of which is for a Client Company and the denominator of which is for all Client Companies (or specific Client Companies receiving the service allocated per this factor, if not all Companies are receiving the service.) This ratio will be determined annually and/or at such time as may be required due to a significant change in circumstances. Number of Employees - Based on the average number of employees included in the budget that is being prepared. The numerator of which is for a Client Company and the denominator of which is for all Client Companies (or specific Client Companies receiving the service allocated per this factor, if not all Companies are receiving the service.) This ratio will be determined annually and/or at such time as may be required due to a significant change in circumstances. Number of Meters - Based on the average number of meters (electric and/or gas) at the end of the most recent 12 months at the time the budget is prepared. The numerator of which is for a Client Company and the denominator of which is for all Client Companies (or specific Client Companies receiving the service allocated per this factor, if not all Companies are receiving the service.) This ratio will be determined annually and/or at such time as may be required due to a significant change in circumstances.
Number of Customers. ============================================================================ PARENT COMPANY CONSOLIDATED ============================================================================ At the end of the month of June 2004, 2nd Quarter 2nd Quarter the number of customers was 978,167, ================== % ======================== % representing an increase of 1.2% over 2004 2003 Change 2004 2003 Change the same period last year. ============================================================================ Retail: Residential 772.268 764.935 1,0% 1.286.283 1.262.118 1,9% Industrial 10.615 10.923 -2,8% 15.044 15.545 -3,2% Commercial 86.100 85.058 1,2% 139.877 137.763 1,5% Rural 100.259 96.564 3,8% 146.887 141.493 3,8% Other 8.923 8.834 1,0% 15.753 15.415 2,2% ============================================================================ 978.165 966.314 1,2% 1.603.844 1.572.334 2,0% Wholesale 2 2 - 4 5 -20,0% ============================================================================ Total 978.167 966.316 1,2% 1.603.848 1.572.339 2,0% ============================================================================ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------------[EDP GRAPHIC][ESCELSA LOGO] Performance Indicators
Number of Customers. 5.1 During its normal operation, Client shall inform Caterer of the number of working employees for the coming week on a weekly basis. The number of customers shall be within a 90% - 110% range of the said confirmed number. If the number of customers has material change due to holidays or equipment repair, Client’s administration staff shall inform Caterer of the revised number of customers in advance.

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