Phase I a. In Phase I, the project will be connected as a tap to the Transmission Owner’s 230kV transmission line MWP-2 via one 230kV circuit breaker in series with one of two ring bus breakers for stuck breaker protection (one in each direction) and a tie-line breaker, as shown on the one-line diagram labeled CL-E-IA-01 attached to this Appendix A as Figure 1. The changes to the existing MWP-2 line protection for this arrangement are described in Phase I System Upgrades in Section II of this Appendix A.
Phase I. Phase I shall consist of the review of the existing predesign planning documents and programmatic documents, and coordinating the development of the program from which the Design Professional will accomplish the design of the Project. The goal is that detailed design criteria for quality and serviceability (including as applicable, system performance requirements), and building assurance methods and criteria, be developed into a complete and verified “Using Agency’s Program” so that the Design Professional, in coordination with the CM/GC, is able to produce full and complete Construction Documents in accordance with the Using Agency’s Program. Major Deliverables: Using Agency Program Initial Cost Determination and Cost Model Professional Services: Engineering and design review services Budget and costing services Project management services
Phase I. In Phase I, the project will be connected as a tap to the Transmission Owner’s 230kV transmission line MWP-2 via one 230kV circuit breaker in series with one of two ring bus breakers for stuck breaker protection (one in each direction) and a tie-line breaker, as shown on the one-line diagram labeled EL-E-IA-01 attached to this Appendix A as Figure 1. The changes to the existing MWP-2 line protection for this arrangement are described in Phase I System Upgrades in Section II of this Appendix A. Civil/Site work: The Developer will provide site civil work including drainage, finish grade and stone the site. Drainage from the switchyard will be promoted by sloping the base layer below the crushed stone at the site with a minimum slope of 0.5 percent to provide adequate drainage and prevent the accumulation of standing water. The switchyard area shall be covered with a 6 inch layer of 0.75 inch crushed stone and will extend for a distance equal to 5 feet beyond the fence line. Disturbed areas which will not receive stone will be mulched and seeded. Site work, grading, fencing and drainage will be mostly completed during Phase I construction, since the foundations and site work associated with Phase II are completed during Phase I construction. Foundations: Foundations will be designed in accordance with generally accepted practices of soil mechanics. Foundation works will be completed during Phase I, including Phase II equipment foundations for the second incoming A-Frame structure and two additional breakers. Grounding: The substation yard is L-shaped with the outer leg dimensions of the ground grid of 338 feet by 507 feet which includes the area 5 feet outside the perimeter fence. Substation grounding grid resistance shall be designed to be less than 5 ohms per IEEE-80, measured without external ground and without the grounding grid of the Large Generating Facility connected. In addition, the 230 kV Control Building shall be furnished with a special high frequency grounding system for the protection of electronic equipment from transient electrical noises as recommended by IEEE 1100. The below grade grounding system installed in Phase I includes the ground grid and ground wire tails for the Phase II work. The grounding work associated with Phase II is the above grade connections to Phase II equipment.
Phase I. For each parcel of the Real Property described in the Towne Disclosure Memorandum as being leased or owned by Towne Financial and Blue Ash, Oak Hill Financial shall have completed a "Phase I" environmental site assessment prepared by a licensed environmental engineering firm indicating that there is no evidence of contamination with Hazardous Substances or other violations of environmental Laws and concluding that no testing or additional investigations appears to be warranted.
Phase I. Pre-Assistance. Before a permanent teacher may be placed on Pre-Assistance, two (2) consecutive observations by the principal or designee of at least 30 minutes in duration shall occur. To be placed on Pre-Assistance, the principal or designee must find both observations “unsatisfactory.” Placement on pre-assistance will coincide with placement in TASP (the administrative mandate referenced in this Evaluation Article).
Phase I. ESCO shall perform the Technical Energy Audit, Part A pursuant to the terms of Division 2 of this Contract, and develop the Project Development Plan pursuant to the terms of Division 3 of this Contract. The Project Development Plan shall include, without limitation, preparation of Schedules 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 to Division 3, as well as drafts of Schedules 7, 8, 9, and 10 to Exhibit A.
Phase I. The Company hereby agrees to issue and sell to the Purchaser, and the Purchaser hereby agrees to purchase from the Company, the following (“Phase I”): On the date of execution of this Agreement, for a purchase price equal to the sum of the purchase prices set forth in the Monthly Purchase Schedule for each calendar month commencing February 2010 through the calendar month in which this Agreement is dated: (a) a number of shares of Common Stock equal to the sum of such monthly purchase amounts divided by US$0.30 and (b) a number of Class F-1 Warrants equal to the number of shares purchased pursuant to subsection (a); and On the first day of each calendar month commencing after the date of this Agreement through January 2011, for a purchase price equal to the monthly purchase amount for each such month on the Monthly Purchase Schedule: (a) a number of shares of Common Stock equal to such monthly purchase amount divided by the then applicable Phase I-A Price (if the purchase is in Phase I-A) or the then applicable Phase I-B Price (if the purchase is in Phase I-B); and (b) a number of Class F-1 Warrants (for issuances in Phase I-A) or Class F-2 Warrants (for issuances in Phase I-B) equal to the number of shares purchased pursuant to subsection (a).