Temporary Disconnection. Temporary disconnection shall continue only for so long as reasonably necessary under Good Utility Practice.
Temporary Disconnection. 3.4.1. Georgia Power (as transmission asset owner) may, consistent with Good Utility Practice and on a non-discriminatory basis, direct that the Facility be temporarily disconnected from the Georgia Power Electric System: (i) during an Emergency; (ii) if the operation and output of the Facility do not meet the requirements of this Agreement (even if Generator has commenced actions to cure such Default) and such condition could materially adversely affect the safe and reliable operation of the Georgia Power Electric System; (iii) if an inspection of the Facility reveals a hazardous condition, lack of scheduled maintenance or testing, or an operating characteristic of the Facility that could materially adversely affect the safe and reliable operation of the Georgia Power Electric System; (iv) if Generator has modified the Facility or interconnection protective devices in a manner that could reasonably be expected to materially adversely affect the safe and reliable operation of the Georgia Power Electric System without the knowledge and approval of Georgia Power; (v) in the event of tampering with, or unauthorized use of, Georgia Power's equipment; (vi) if the operation of Generator's equipment materially adversely affects Georgia Power's equipment or the safe and reliable operation of the Georgia Power Electric System; or (vii) if necessary to construct, install, maintain, repair, replace, remove, investigate, inspect or test any part of the Interconnection Facilities or the transmission facilities of Georgia Power, in accordance with Section 15.2.4.
Temporary Disconnection. PGE or Applicant may temporarily disconnect the Net Metering Facility from PGE’s Electric Distribution System for so long as reasonably necessary in the event one or more of the following conditions or events occur: