Test Period Sample Clauses

Test Period. During the Test Period, Seller shall not sell and Deliver to Buyer, and Buyer shall not purchase and receive, any Energy or RECs produced by or associated with the Facility. Any Energy or RECs produced by or associated with the Facility during the Test Period may be sold to a Person other than Buyer.
Test Period. The parties agree that the differences in the prevailing operating conditions on each Carrier signatory to this Agreement warrant the establishment of Test Periods being developed on an individual railroad basis, pool/run by pool/run. The objective in developing Test Periods will be to establish a measurement which reflects a 12-month period ofnormalized operations.” Normalized operations as defined and used herein will mean an operating pattern which is not adversely affected by the implementation of a major transaction such as an acquisition, control or merger involving two or more Carriers or any other unusual or extenuating circumstances. The Carrier will bear by a preponderance of the evidence the burden of substantiating its reasons for selecting the Test Periods proposed for runs/pools.
Test Period. The period of all fiscal quarters (and any portion of a fiscal quarter) being tested in any covenant calculation period prior to the date of such Permitted Acquisition as set forth in the definition of Pro Forma Basis.
Test Period. The test period for Beta Technology will run from the date You receive the Beta Technology until a date specified by UPS in its sole discretion. UPS may terminate the test period and all rights granted in the Beta Technology at any time for convenience upon notice to You. You agree to discontinue use of the Beta Technology at the earlier of the end of the test period or termination of the test period by UPS. The Beta Technology may only be used in connection with Tendered Shipments.
Test Period. 8.2.1 Immediately upon giving notice to the Operator that the TCS-1 System is available for testing operations, the Manufacturer shall, at its own expense, furnish an engineer (technician?) to supervise the operation of the TCS-1 for a period of three days (the "Test Period"). During the Test Period, the TCS-1 System shall demonstrate the capability of disintegrating scrap tires at the rate of the equivalent of one million (1,000,000) passenger car tires per year on a twenty-four hour per day, seven-day per week, continuous operating basis.
Test Period. 8.2.1 Immediately upon giving notice to the Operator that the TCS-1 System is available for testing operations, the Manufacturer shall, within ten business days, at its own expense, provide a technical representative to supervise the operation of the TCS-1 for a period of three (3) days (the "Test Period"). During the Test Period, the TCS-1 System shall operate in accordance with the specifications set forth in Schedule 8.2 hereto, continually for up to 12 hours per day.
Test Period. During the Test Period, ECS shall invoice Customer only for actual expenses incurred by ECS to provide the Contract Quantity and Shaft Energy during the Test Period prior to the Start Date. Payment for the Contract Quantity and Shaft Energy delivered during the Test Period shall be paid pursuant to an invoice for such expenses.
Test Period. The test period will be for a period of one hundred eighty (180) days or less and will commence with the date of the initial transmission of documents from PG&E to the Trade Partner’s electronic mailbox.
Test Period. For the period prior to the Initial Energy Delivery Date and after the CAISO informs Seller in writing that Seller may deliver energy from the Facility to the CAISO Grid, which period shall not exceed ninety (90) consecutive days, Seller may deliver test energy to PG&E, which PG&E shall purchase and receive (“Test Period”).
Test Period. The term “Test Period” for each Deliverable shall mean a period of time commencing on the Delivery Date for such Deliverable and continuing until the Acceptance Date for such Deliverable.