Solar Sample Clauses

Solar. The City recognizes that limited roof area exists for the Developer to incorporate solar panels and that the Developer is constrained in its ability to generate a substantial amount of power through solar. Nevertheless, the Developer agrees to incorporate solar panels where feasible, with the location of the panels to be the Developer’s sole discretion, to provide some amount of solar power to a building feature or component.
Solar. Tenant acknowledges and agrees that Landlord has no obligation to install or operate any solar rooftop photovoltaic systems (“Solar Roof Systems”) at the Project. Provided Landlord provides prior written consent (not to be unreasonably withheld, conditioned and delayed), and any Solar Roof Systems are installed, operated, maintained, repaired, replaced and removed in compliance with all Legal Requirements (which shall include for such purposes, any requirements of the applicable utility), Tenant shall have the right during the Term for any Building for which Tenant is the sole occupant, at Tenant’s sole cost and expense, to install, maintain, repair and remove Solar Roof Systems on the roofs of one or more of the Buildings at any time during the Term, in locations acceptable to Landlord, in its reasonable discretion. All Solar Roof Systems shall be separately metered to the Premises with electricity purchased directly by Tenant, and Landlord shall have no obligation to assume any of Tenant’s obligations under any Solar Roof System lease or power purchase agreement, and Tenant shall not allow any solar provider to record any lease, memorandum or lien against the Premises or the Project. 23.3
Solar. The Developer shall install a minimum of 640 square feet of solar panels on top of the building’s penthouse, as shown on Sheet A1.8 of Exhibit A.
Solar. If PAM, the City and SoloPower, Inc. agree to implement a thin- 9 film solar demonstration project at the VMC, then, to the extent feasible in light of the Project 10 Schedule, (a) the cost of installing such solar facilities will be added to the Project Budget, but 11 funded by a third party as a Project Cost pursuant to a separate agreement, and (b) the 12 installation will be coordinated with the construction and installation of the Project 13 Improvements, and PAM and the PAM Retained Parties will cooperate with SoloPower, Inc. and 14 SoloPower, Inc. will coordinate its solar installations with all Project Improvements.
Solar. CITY initiated a Solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) project in 2018 to benefit golf and facility operations; approved by City Council on January 9, 2018 and executed February 8, 2018. All net cost savings shall support Lone Tree Golf Course operations and improvements.
Solar. The Customer acknowledges and agrees that in this clause 16, the Customer is referred to as the “Builder” and the Builder’s customer is referred to as the ”Customer”. Any reference to the “Builder” in this clause is a reference to the Customer under these Terms of Sale.

Related to Solar

  • Energy 1. Cooperation shall take place within the principles of the market economy and the European Energy Charter, against a background of the progressive integration of the energy markets in Europe.

  • Moonlighting Moonlighting per the Graduate Medical Education Policy on Moonlighting is defined as voluntary, compensated, medically related work (not related to training requirements) performed either; within the institution in which the Resident is training; at any of its related participating sites; or at an outside institution unrelated to the Resident's training program. No Resident can be required to engage in such moonlighting activities. ACGME Requirements dictate that PGY I Residents are not allowed to moonlight. Senior Level Residents may not engage in moonlighting without prior notification to and written permission of the Program Director as per the Medical Education policy on Moonlighting. The Program Director reserves the right to prohibit moonlighting if such employment may interfere with the Resident’s duties and obligations to the Program or interfere with his/her clinical performance. In the event a Resident does moonlight, his/her performance will be monitored and evaluated to ensure compliance with the 80 hour work week restriction. Moonlighting activities, whether occurring within the sponsoring hospital or elsewhere, are not covered by Advocate’s Professional Liability Insurance as detailed in this Agreement.

  • Network Interface Device (NID) 2.7.1 The NID is defined as any means of interconnection of end-user customer premises wiring to BellSouth’s distribution plant, such as a cross-connect device used for that purpose. The NID is a single-line termination device or that portion of a multiple-line termination device required to terminate a single line or circuit at the premises. The NID features two independent chambers or divisions that separate the service provider’s network from the end user’s customer-premises wiring. Each chamber or division contains the appropriate connection points or posts to which the service provider and the end user each make their connections. The NID provides a protective ground connection and is capable of terminating cables such as twisted pair cable.

  • Infrastructure (a) Each Loan Party has and will maintain a sufficient infrastructure to conduct its business as presently conducted and as contemplated to be conducted following its execution of this Agreement.

  • Přetrvávající platnost Tento odstavec 1.3 „Zdravotní záznamy a Studijní data a údaje“ zůstane závazný i v případě zániku platnosti či vypršení platnosti této Smlouvy.

  • ELECTRICAL SERVICES A. Landlord shall provide electric power for a combined load of 3.0 watts per square foot of useable area for lighting and for office machines through standard receptacles for the typical office space.

  • Electric If Customer has selected an Electricity Fixed Rate on the Application, Customer’s Price will be based on the Fixed Rate(s) which includes Local and State taxes, Gross Receipts Tax (GRT), PJM Adjustment (defined below) charges and adjustments and Utility applied charges and/or fees related to generation, plus the Administration Charge, which includes, Electricity Balancing Amount and third party utility and billing charges. Customer understands and agrees that included in the Administration Charge is the cost of the Energy Balancing Amount (defined below). Customer understands that in order for RITERATE ENERGY to be able to supply Energy to its existing and prospective customers, RITERATE ENERGY enters into supply arrangements to meet the forecasted consumption of its various groups of customers. These forecasts are based on historical data, load shapes and/or estimates. To the extent that actual pooled consumption of RITERATE ENERGY’s Energy customers varies from supply arrangements and/or Customer’s Utility delivery requirements, RITERATE ENERGY incurs a cost in balancing and settling its supply arrangements with such pooled consumption. To ensure a fixed all-inclusive Rate, RITERATE ENERGY has included in the Administration charge, the Energy Balancing Amount, to balance and settle the variance between pooled consumption and supply arrangements (the “Energy Balancing Amount”). In respect of Electricity, Customer understands that there are certain estimated pass through costs, made up of charges to RITERATE ENERGY by the PJM Interconnection (“PJM”) and/or Customer’s Utility, including but not limited to ancillary service charges, the cost of unaccounted for electricity, capacity charges and any replacement or recharacterization of these charges. In this regard, the “PJM Adjustment”, is included in the Fixed Price Rate. Customer acknowledges and agrees that by entering into this Agreement, Customer will not be eligible to receive any net metering credits and other incentives to which Customer would otherwise be entitled. Further, included in the Rate are the amounts charged or billed to RITERATE ENERGY or Customer by Customer’s Utility, the PUC or any other regulatory or government entity, including any taxes, delivery, regulated transmission, regulated distribution, pipeline, compressor fuel, uplift, congestion, locational marginal pricing, invoice market participant, service, billing, or similar or related changes and any, deposits, interest or late payment fees or other amounts in connection with the supply and delivery of Energy to the Premises (collectively, “Regulatory Charges”). Customer agrees to pay the monthly Administration charge for Energy supply (the “Administration” charge).

  • MODERN SLAVERY You hereby affirm your compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and associated guidance. You confirm (a) that you have read, are familiar with and shall not perform an act or omission which is in contravention with, the letter or spirit of the Act; and (b) you carry out regular, meaningful and comprehensive due diligence procedures and have internal policies in place to address any suspected human rights abuse in your business and Group where applicable.

  • Network Interface Device 2.7.1 The NID is defined as any means of interconnection of the End User’s customer premises wiring to BellSouth’s distribution plant, such as a cross-connect device used for that purpose. The NID is a single line termination device or that portion of a multiple line termination device required to terminate a single line or circuit at the premises. The NID features two independent chambers or divisions that separate the service provider’s network from the End User’s premises wiring. Each chamber or division contains the appropriate connection points or posts to which the service provider and the End User each make their connections. The NID provides a protective ground connection and is capable of terminating cables such as twisted pair cable.

  • Electric Storage Resources Developer interconnecting an electric storage resource shall establish an operating range in Appendix C of its LGIA that specifies a minimum state of charge and a maximum state of charge between which the electric storage resource will be required to provide primary frequency response consistent with the conditions set forth in Articles 9.5.5, 9.5.5.1, 9.5.5.2, and 9.5.5.3 of this Agreement. Appendix C shall specify whether the operating range is static or dynamic, and shall consider (1) the expected magnitude of frequency deviations in the interconnection; (2) the expected duration that system frequency will remain outside of the deadband parameter in the interconnection; (3) the expected incidence of frequency deviations outside of the deadband parameter in the interconnection; (4) the physical capabilities of the electric storage resource; (5) operational limitations of the electric storage resources due to manufacturer specification; and (6) any other relevant factors agreed to by the NYISO, Connecting Transmission Owner, and Developer. If the operating range is dynamic, then Appendix C must establish how frequently the operating range will be reevaluated and the factors that may be considered during its reevaluation. Developer’s electric storage resource is required to provide timely and sustained primary frequency response consistent with Article 9.5.5.2 of this Agreement when it is online and dispatched to inject electricity to the New York State Transmission System and/or receive electricity from the New York State Transmission System. This excludes circumstances when the electric storage resource is not dispatched to inject electricity to the New York State Transmission System and/or dispatched to receive electricity from the New York State Transmission System. If Developer’s electric storage resource is charging at the time of a frequency deviation outside of its deadband parameter, it is to increase (for over-frequency deviations) or decrease (for under-frequency deviations) the rate at which it is charging in accordance with its droop parameter. Developer’s electric storage resource is not required to change from charging to discharging, or vice versa, unless the response necessitated by the droop and deadband settings requires it to do so and it is technically capable of making such a transition.