Renewable Energy Sample Clauses

Renewable Energy. IDTE’s Basic Renewable Energy Product, is a renewably sourced product that has a renewable mix that is at least 50% greater than the Renewable Energy Standard obligation for load-serving entities in any given compliance year under the New York Public Service Commission’s Clean Energy Standard. IDTE’s Premium Renewable Energy Product, is a 100% renewably sourced product. IDTE may satisfy its renewability commitments by purchasing and retiring renewable energy credits (RECs) from any renewable energy resource that satisfies the definition of “renewable” under the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act. Recognized technologies include, solar thermal, photovoltaics, on land and offshore wind, hydroelectric, geothermal electric, geothermal ground source heat, tidal energy, wave energy, ocean thermal, and fuel cells which do not utilize a fossil fuel resource in the process of generating electricity. Election of either of the renewable energy products supports the development of renewable resources, but Customer understands and acknowledges that Customer may not actually be supplied with renewable energy. Residents of the five boroughs of New York City will be charged an additional monthly fee of $4.95/month (prorated as a daily fee) for the Premium Renewable Energy Product.
Renewable Energy. ‌ Wind and solar development is occurring in the Permian Basin, including in or near DSL Habitat. West Texas development coincides with statewide trends. Texas is leading the nation (and ranked sixth in the world) in wind energy development (Brody, 2018). The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) projects that solar capacity will triple to 3,000 megawatts by 2020 (Xxxxxxx and Handy, 2018).
Renewable Energy. 7.1 The offshore renewable energy industry comprises wind, wave and tidal developments. Operational experience has indicated that the three most likely scenarios where HSE, MCA and MAIB jurisdiction may overlap in terms of vessels and energy structures are:
Renewable Energy. ‌ As discussed above, wind and solar energy companies recently began to develop operations in the Permian Basin. In Texas, there is no federal or state regulation of wind or solar energy operations. Texas exercises authority over its own electric grid through ERCOT. Without a permitting process, state agencies like TPWD do not have a formal role in wind development (Brody 2018). Texas has declined to provide voluntary wildlife guidelines for developers, although TPWD can provide an advisory opinion if requested by the company (Stemmer 2011). The CPA has been successful in working with solar developers through incentive programs to avoid or limit encroachment by solar projects in DSL Habitat. The 2020 DSL CCAA offers the ability to bring substantial acres of DSL Habitat on private lands into conservation, generate sustainable revenue to fund conservation and scientific study under the plan, and limit the overall disturbance from renewable energy development.
Renewable Energy. Solar energy systems, including photovoltaic panels, solar thermal/ hot water systems, and/or other types of commercially available solar energy systems, shall be installed on the Building's roof in areas appropriate for solar placementthe forms of which shall be recommended by a professional engineer trained in solar system design and installation, and as may be generally shown on the Project Plans, excluding those areas necessary or required for roof top equipment, equipment maintenance and Fire Department access, and other code or legally-mandated access and clearances. Any such solar system installations shall not be counted in the determination of the maximum height of the Building.
Renewable Energy. In order to maximize renewable energy opportunities for this Project, Developer shall install photovoltaic panels on the Project’s roof in accordance with the roof solar plan included in the Project Plans. Such panels shall not be counted in the determination of the maximum height of the Project.
Renewable Energy. Tenant agrees to cooperate with Landlord in the event that Landlord desires to provide a source of renewable energy to serve the Premises or the Project, such as solar or wind power. Without limiting the foregoing, Tenant shall, upon request, (i) provide Landlord with its actual and estimated future energy consumption needs, (ii) if the Premises is separately metered, enter into a reasonable power purchase agreement with Landlord or the generator of the renewable energy source, provided that Tenant shall not be obligated to pay more than it pays the utility company, (iii) in connection with any such renewable energy source, enter into a reasonable net meter arrangement with the utility company providing service to the Premises, and (iv) permit Landlord and/or the installation company reasonable access to the Premises to permit connection of the renewable energy system and net meter to the electrical facilities serving the Premises. Upon installation of any renewable energy system, Tenant shall be obligated to purchase the energy generated by such system, not to exceed Tenant’s actual energy usage. ​
Renewable Energy. For participating companies, the use of renewable energy widens the scope for achieving fossil fuel savings and curtailing climate change. Switching from fossil to renewable energy sources counts as a saving option, even if the actual energy efficiency of the processes in the plant is not changed. The non-fossil energy sources included are: wind energy; thermal, photovoltaic and passive solar energy; geothermal energy; hydro-electric power; heat/cold storage; heat pumps using ambient heat; energy generated from waste or biomass. Energy-Efficient Product Development Energy -efficient product development comprises the creative process of adapting an old product or designing a new product with the aim of reducing energy consumption throughout the product life cycle (see also Avest & Xxxxxxx 2003). This implies a wider scope for achieving energy savings in the product life cycle, via sustainable products, optimization of transport and logistics in the chain and sustainable industrial estates (see also Table 1).
Renewable Energy. Reduce conventional centralized electricity generation serving a local government’s buildings by meeting 20% of those buildings’ electricity demand with distributed, renewable energy generation by 2022. ● Develop an initial estimate of total local government building electricity consumption. ● Adopt a policy committing the local government to utilize distributed, renewable sources that will displace at least 20% of its electric energy by 2022. ● Develop and initiate a Renewable Energy Action Plan (REAP) to map out how the community will reach its renewable energy goal. Petroleum Reduction: Establish a Petroleum Consumption Baseline for all local government vehicles, and put in place a comprehensive program designed to reduce the baseline by 20 percent within five (5) years of the baseline year. ● Develop a baseline of fleet efficiency and fuel consumption for all government-owned on-road vehicles on a gallons of gasoline equivalent basis. ● Adopt a policy committing the local government to reducing on-road petroleum consumption of the local government fleet 20% within 5 years. ● Put in place a Transportation Petroleum Consumption Reduction Plan.
Renewable Energy. Such documents and certificates as the Administrative Agent, or their counsel may reasonably request which details (i) reasonable backup information that the aggregate value of the Renewable Energy Investments exceeds the aggregate principal amount of the Commitments and (ii) a certificate signed by a responsible officer of the Borrower certifying that the proceeds of the Loans shall be used solely to finance new or refinance previous Renewable Energy Investments.