Project Development a. Collaborate with COUNTY and project clients to identify requirements and develop a project Scope Statement.
Project Development. Seller shall take all actions and obtain all approvals necessary to deliver to Buyer Distribution Services pursuant to the terms of this Agreement, which include those obligations set forth below in Section 2.2(a) (collectively the “Delivery Conditions”). Seller must complete the Delivery Conditions in accordance with Section 2.2(b).
Project Development. Prior to the Commercial Operation Date, SRC Producer agrees to (i) submit semi-annual progress reports to Company including current status of each Construction Milestone, any significant developments or delays along with an action plan for making up delays, and SRC Producer’s best estimate of the Commercial Operation Date; (ii) provide copies of reports submitted to the Facility Lender relating to status, progress and development of the project, (iii) Upon Company request, meet with the Company to participate in semi-annual meetings to discuss the progress reports, answer questions, and assess the schedule, and (iv) participate in semi-annual progress review and issue remediation meetings when requested by the Company. SRC Producer shall make all relevant contractors available to Company in order to keep the Company fully informed on the status of the development. The semi-annual progress reports are due on every 6 month interval determined from the date the application is created by Public Service, ceasing once Commercial Operation has been obtained. Upon request, the Company shall have the right to monitor the construction, start-up, testing, and operation of the Facility at the Facility for compliance with this agreement, provided, however, that Company shall comply with all of SRC Producer’s applicable safety and health rules and requirements. Company’s monitoring of the Facility shall not be construed as inspections or endorsing the design thereof nor as any express or implied warranties including performance, safety, durability, or reliability of the Facility.
Project Development. Seller, at no cost to Buyer, shall: Design and construct the Project. Perform all studies, pay all fees, obtain all necessary approvals and execute all necessary agreements with the CAISO and the Participating Transmission Owner for the Electrical Interconnection Upgrades to Schedule and deliver the Product from the Project [For Projects Providing Resource Adequacy: under “Full Capacity Deliverability Status” (as defined in the CAISO Tariff)]. Following satisfaction or waiver of the Conditions Precedent set forth in Section 2.3(b), Seller shall not request from the CAISO or the Participating Transmission Owner any changes to its plan of interconnection that are inconsistent with the plan of interconnection that was evaluated in connection with the satisfaction or waiver of the Conditions Precedent in Section 2.3(b) without Buyer’s prior written consent. Acquire all Governmental Approvals and other approvals necessary for the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Project. Complete all environmental impact studies necessary for the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Project, including all environmental analysis required under the California Environmental Quality Act for the Project and related interconnection facilities. At Buyer’s request, provide to Buyer Seller’s electrical specifications and design drawings pertaining to the Project. Within fifteen (15) days after the close of each calendar quarter following the Execution Date until the Commercial Operation Date, provide to Buyer a Quarterly Progress Report and agree to regularly scheduled meetings between representatives of Buyer and Seller to review such reports and discuss Seller’s construction progress. The Quarterly Progress Report shall identify the Milestones and indicate whether Seller has met or is on target to meet such Milestones. Provide access to Buyer, its authorized agents, employees and inspectors for purpose of inspecting the Project’s construction site or on-site Seller data and information pertaining to the Project during normal business hours upon reasonable advance Notice. At Buyer’s request, provide information to Buyer relating to Seller’s or Seller’s contractor’s use, during Project construction, of “Women-Owned Businesses” or “Minority-Owned Businesses” or “Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises” as defined in CPUC General Order 156, and the number of new employees hired by Seller or Seller’s contractors and the number of women, minority, and disabled vetera...
Project Development. FCSC shall commence construction of the Project by no later than thirty (30) days following the parties’ approval of this agreement, and shall complete construction and equipping of the Project within six (6) months thereafter, subject to permitted delays provided for in Section 3.03 hereof.