Provision of Electricity. 10.1 The Owner shall permit the Occupier to connect to its existing electrical reticulation on the Property, alternatively the Occupier shall be entitled at its own cost to provide a new supply and/or upgrade the existing electricity supply to the Designated Site. To the extent acceptable to the Occupier, the Owner undertakes to provide the Occupier with any consent or power of attorney required by any relevant authority within 7 (seven) business day of the Occupier’s written request to enable the Occupier to upgrade or obtain such electricity supply.
Provision of Electricity. Lessor, subject to the provisions of this Section 6.1, shall use commercially reasonable efforts customary in the data center business to make available to Lessee, AC electric capacity at a level not less than the Basic Capacity stated in the Basic Lease Terms for the Premises.
Provision of Electricity. Lessee is responsible for providing and installing, if necessary, a dedicated electrical outlet on Lessee’s premises to supply electricity to the Equipment. Lessee is responsible for payment of all electricity charges associated with running the Equipment. Failure of Lessee to provide electricity for the Equipment shall not extend the Lease term set forth in Article 1 above nor suspend Lessee's responsibility to make the rental payments due and payable under this Agreement.
Provision of Electricity. Dominion Energy Virginia agrees that upon provision of acceptable Access Rights, Dominion Energy Virginia will, in accordance with Section 2.6, install, maintain and operate all ancillary electric distribution facilities and above ground and underground electric distribution facilities as needed to enable the School Board to charge the EV Buses to utilize the EV Buses for the School Board’s daily operations.
Provision of Electricity. The Contractor must provide and install in each City Digital Sign all necessary wiring, infrastructure and connections to power sources in order to provide continuous and uninterrupted electricity to the City Digital Sign, to support both the advertising, the City Public Service Messages and the City Emergency Messages. Such obligation shall, where feasible in strategic locations, but in no event with respect to less than one City DigitalSign per expressway and tollroad, include a back-up power source sufficient to enable City Emergency Messages to still be displayed in a type face format (i.e., without colors or graphics) in the event of a general disruption of power for a period of at least twenty-four (24) hours after a power outage. The costs of such back-up power source shall be Capitalized Costs and recovered as such in accordance with the terms of such definition and this Agreement. The City shall cooperate with the Contractor in obtaining the cooperation of Com Ed to any such electrical connection work. In order to minimize trenching on City streets, the City will, when feasible, allow the Contractor to connect its City Digital Signs to the closest City-designated street light controller box, or alternate City-designated power source, subject to the Contractor’s obtaining approval of CDOT's Bureau of Electricity and a permit in accordance with the Municipal Code, which permit the City will not unreasonably withhold. The Contractor will be responsible for the installation cost (including separate metering) and ongoing cost of electricity for the City Digital Signs.
Provision of Electricity. Contractor must provide and install in each Digital Sign all necessary wiring, infrastructure and connections to power sources in order to provide continuous and uninterrupted electricity to the Digital Sign, to support both the advertising, the State Public Service Messages and the State Emergency Messages. HPTE shall cooperate with Contractor in obtaining the cooperation of and all approvals as may be required from the local utility company and any third parties whose consent or authorization is required in order to perform any such electrical connection work. In order to minimize trenching on streets, Contractor will connect its Digital Signs to the closest electrical supply source(s), subject to Contractor’s obtaining necessary approvals and, as applicable, a permit. Under each Lease, CDOT shall agree to provide reasonable assistance to Contractor to facilitate such approvals, and under each Sublease, HPTE will agree to cause CDOT to provide such reasonably assistance to Contractor. Contractor will be responsible the installation cost (including separate metering) and ongoing cost of electricity for the Digital Signs.
Provision of Electricity. 13.1 On the Title Transfer Date, the Buyer agrees to pay to the Seller and keep the Seller reimbursed and indemnified from any payment advanced by the Seller to the Provincial Electricity Authority in respect of the guarantee for damage to and the use of the electricity meter on the Land, if any.