Point of Interconnection Sample Clauses

Point of Interconnection. The Point of Interconnection shall be as identified on the one-line diagram attached as Schedule B to this ISA.
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Point of Interconnection. The point or points, shown in the appropriate appendix to the Interconnection Service Agreement and the Interconnection Construction Service Agreement, where the Customer Interconnection Facilities interconnect with the Transmission Owner Interconnection Facilities or the Transmission System.
Point of Interconnection. The interconnection point between the Member-Generator’s System and Cooperative’s electrical system shall be at the meter(s).
Point of Interconnection. The Point of Interconnection is shown on Attachment E (Single-Line Drawing and Interface Block Diagram), as provided in Section 1(a)(i) (Single-Line Drawing, Interface Block Diagram, Relay List, Relay Settings and Trip Scheme) of Attachment B (Facility Owned by Seller). The Point of Interconnection will be at the voltage level of the Company System. If it is necessary to step up the voltage at which Seller's electric energy is delivered to Company System, the Point of Interconnection will be on the high voltage side of the step-up transformer. Renewable Portfolio Standards.
Point of Interconnection. CLEC must establish a minimum of one POI within each LATA, at any technically feasible point, on Embarq’s network. In addition, CLEC shall establish additional POIs under the following circumstances:
Point of Interconnection. (POI) means the physical location(s) at which the Parties' networks meet for the purpose of exchanging Local Traffic.
Point of Interconnection. Unless interconnecting with Sprint on an indirect basis subject to Section 60, CLEC must establish a minimum of one POI within each LATA, at any technically feasible point, on Sprint’s network. To the extent Sprint’s network contains multiple tandems in the LATA, CLEC must interconnect at each tandem where it wishes to exchange (i.e. receive or terminate) traffic with Sprint.
Point of Interconnection. The point where the Interconnection Facilities connect with the Participating TO's Transmission System. Reasonable EffortsWith respect to an action required to be attempted or taken by a Party under this Agreement, efforts that are timely and consistent with Good Utility Practice and are otherwise substantially equivalent to those a Party would use to protect its own interests. Reliability Network Upgrades (RNU) – The transmission facilities at or beyond the Point of Interconnection identified in the Interconnection Studies as necessary to interconnect one or more Generating Facility(ies) safely and reliably to the CAISO Controlled Grid, which would not have been necessary but for the interconnection of one or more Generating Facility(ies), including Network Upgrades necessary to remedy short circuit or stability problems, or system operating limits. Reliability Network Upgrades shall only be deemed necessary for system operating limits, occurring under any system condition, which such system operating limits cannot be adequately mitigated through Congestion Management, Operating Procedures, or Special Protection Systems based on the characteristics of the Generating Facilities included in the Interconnection Studies, limitations on market models, systems, or information, or other factors specifically identified in the Interconnection Studies. Reliability Network Upgrades also include, consistent with WECC practice, the facilities necessary to mitigate any adverse impact the Generating Facility’s interconnection may have on a path’s WECC rating. Small Generating FacilityThe Interconnection Customer's device for the production of electricity identified in the Interconnection Request, but shall not include the Interconnection Customer's Interconnection Facilities. TP Deliverability – The capability, measured in MW, of the CAISO Controlled Grid as modified by transmission upgrades and additions identified in the annual Transmission Plan to support the interconnection with Full Capacity Deliverability Status or Partial Capacity Deliverability Status of additional Generating Facilities in a specified geographic or electrical area of the CAISO Controlled Grid. Transmission Control Agreement – CAISO FERC Electric Tariff No. 7. Transmission System – The facilities owned and operated by the Participating TO and that have been placed under the CAISO’s Operational Control, which facilities form part of the CAISO Controlled Grid. Upgrades – The required addition...
Point of Interconnection. The point of interconnection will be at the point where . See Drawing No. , dated , which drawing is attached hereto and made a part hereof. Interconnection Facilities to be Furnished by Power Company Power Company shall construct the following interconnection facilities: See the Power Company Feasibility Study, a copy of which is attached hereto and made a part hereof. Interconnection Facilities to be Furnished by Consumer Consumer shall construct the following interconnection facilities: Cost Responsibility Consumer shall be solely responsible for all costs associated with Consumer’s construction of Interconnection Facilities. Consumer and Power Company hereby acknowledge and agree that the cost listed below is only an estimate and that Consumer hereby agrees to and shall reimburse Power Company for all actual costs, including any applicable taxes, associated with the Power Company’s construction of Interconnection Facilities as set forth in this Exhibit A. The cost of the Power Company’s Interconnection Facilities is estimated to be $ . The Consumer will pay to the Power Company a deposit of $ coincident with the execution of the Agreement. EXHIBIT B This Exhibit B is a part of the Agreement for Interconnection and Parallel Operation between Consumer and Power Company. The net metering facilities will be located at . Power Company, at Consumer’s expense, will purchase, install, own, operate, and maintain the following net metering instrumentation as required for on site metering and telemetering: Net metering will be accomplished using a single meter or pair of meters capable of registering the flow of electricity in each direction from the Power Company Distribution System to Consumer’s electric consuming facilities located on the Premises, and from Consumer’s Electric Generating Facility to the Power Company Distribution System. If the existing electrical meter or meters in service at the Consumer’s Premises is/are not capable of measuring the flow of electricity in each direction, the Power Company will purchase, install, own, operate, and maintain an approved meter or meters that is/are capable of measuring electricity in each direction. The Consumer will pay the Power Company all expenses involved in either modifying the existing meter(s) or providing a new meter(s) capable of measuring the flow of electricity in each direction. Maintenance of the meter(s) will be the responsibility of the Power Company, which will own the meter(s). Consumer and Po...
Point of Interconnection. CLEC must establish a minimum of one POI within each LATA, at any technically feasible point, on CenturyLink’s network. In addition, CLEC shall establish additional POIs under the following circumstances: