The Recipient shall Sample Clauses

The Recipient shall. 18.1.1 use the same care and discretion to avoid disclosure, publication or dissemination of the Discloser’s Information as it uses with its own similar Information that it does not wish to disclose, publish or disseminate; and,
The Recipient shall. Fully comply with the terms, conditions, and limitations applicable to property transferred pursuant to this agreement. • Assure that all environmentally regulated property is handled, stored, and disposed of in accordance with applicable Federal, State, and local environmental laws and regulations. The DLA Disposition Services reserves the right to inspect Recipient’s facilities as well as records of disposal. • Submit an acceptable application to DLA Disposition Services for participation in this program. Once approved by DLA Disposition Services, the Recipient will only submit requisitions for equipment that is necessary to meet the requirements for educational efforts in the school/educational non-profit. • Retain, at no expense to the Government, adequate liability and property damage insurance coverage and workmen’s compensation insurance to cover any claims arising from removal, use, and final disposition of the property. • Control or maintain accurate records on all property obtained under this MOA for a period of at least three years. These records must provide an “audit trail” for individual items of property from receipt to distribution and eventual disposal. These records should include but are not limited to the following: DD for 1348-1A (Disposal Turn-in Document) and all related disposal and transfer paperwork. The records maintained must also satisfy any and all pertinent requirements for State statutes and regulations for the program and this property. • Upon discovery of improperly shipped MLI or SME, submit requests for returns through DLA Disposition Services Headquarters in Battle Creek, Michigan. Note: Costs of shipping or repossession of such property by the US Government will be borne by DLA Disposition Services. • Submit disposal, transfer, and inventory adjustment requests to DLA Disposition Services when DLA Disposition Services item quantities are erroneous. • Upon discovery, contact the nearest DLA Disposition Services site or the DOD CFL office via email at if computers or any other equipment is labeled, marked, or suspected to be secret, confidential or classified. This contact will occur immediately and DLA Disposition Services will issue instructions pertaining to the return of said equipment. By signing this MOA, your school/educational activity is certifying that any or all of the following information furnished to CFL program officials is factual. The signatory understands that at any given time he/she may...
The Recipient shall. Provide a ZNE Cost-effectiveness All Electric vs Dual-Fuel Report including but not limited to: o Discussion on the cost-effectiveness of All-Electric ZNE Home Versus Dual-Fuel Home o Discussion and results to assess avoided costs due to the elimination of natural gas infrastructure from the all-electric ZNE demonstration project, as well as other subcontractor developments throughout the State using cost data from adjacent phases in the same subdivision. • Provide a ZNE Cost-Benefit Analysis Report including but not limited to: o Discussion and results of work with the Homebuilder KB Home (KB) to acquire actual cost data to provide electricity service to the ZNE community, as well as Products: other Homebuilder KB developments located throughout the State. Include any increases or decreases in infrastructure costs related to the grid impact from renewable generation substantially exceeding load at certain times throughout the year. o Results from the integration of survey data from Task 2 and survey the homebuilder, the California Building Industry Association (CBIA), and other builders to assess market demand for/aversion to all-electric homes. o Results of using data from homes modeled in Task 3 as well as actual site usage data from the demonstration homes to assess the cost effectiveness of all- electric versus dual-fuel ZNE homes, after incorporation of infrastructure cost savings for all-electric homes (from a builder standpoint). o Results and analysis from the overlay of current and planned (i.e. time-of-use) electric and natural gas residential rate structures in at least five other California communities to determine actual consumer utility costs for all-electric and dual- fuel homes designed to meet the TDV-based definition of ZNE. o Results and analysis from the overlay of tiered, flat, and one or more time-of-use electric rate structure(s) on the annual modeled and actual hourly load curves for the demonstration homes to determine which rate structure results in the lowest cost to consumers. o Discussion on the integration of actual usage data acquired from circuit-level monitoring to update the prioritized list of energy efficiency features and packages developed in task 3. o Datasets from Utility Rate Structure Comparison in Excel format. • ZNE Cost-effectiveness All Electric vs Dual-Fuel Report • ZNE Cost-Benefit Analysis Report TASK 10: DEVELOP NOVEL FINANCING MECHANISMS AND OVERCOME POLICY BARRIERS TO USING DISTRIBUTED GENERATION
The Recipient shall. 8.1.1 keepandmaintainallaccounts, financialrecordsandsupportingdocumentationinrespect of the Funding for aperiod of seven(7)yearsfromtheend ofthelatestFiscalYear to whichtheaccounts andrecords relate, in accordancewithgenerallyacceptedaccountingprinciplesunlessadvised otherwise by the Ministerin writing;
The Recipient shall. (a) maintain or cause to be maintained PSC, DSC, SMC and PCU in form and with function, staffing, and resources satisfactory to the Association and as detailed in the PIM;
The Recipient shall. Prepare a Permit Status Letter that describes all the activities in this task, documents the permits required to conduct this Agreement, and provide the CAM a copy of each approved permit in accordance with subtask 1.8 (Permits). • Prepare and submit construction documents to OSHPD for review. • Respond to comments from OSHPD reviewers. • Resubmit construction documents for back check with changes based on comments from OSHPD reviewers (as necessary). • Acquire OSHPD approval of modified HVAC basis of operations and system design. • Prepare an OSHPD Comments and Approval Report that lists OSHPD’s comments and documents final approval of the modified HVAC basis of operations and system design. • Prepare CPR Report in accordance with subtask 1.3 (CPR Meetings). • Participate in a CPR meeting. Products: • Permit Status Letter • OSPHD Comments and Approval Report • CPR Report TASK 5: IMPLEMENTATION AND COMMISSIONING
The Recipient shall. (a) provide all necessary assistance and cooperation as reasonably requested by the Funder to enable the Funder to comply with its obligations under the FOIA and EIRs;
The Recipient shall. Prepare a Final Report for this Agreement in accordance with the approved Final Report Outline, Energy Commission Style Manual, and Final Report Template provided by the CAM with the following considerations: o Ensure that the report includes the following items, in the following order:  Cover page (required)  Credits page on the reverse side of cover with legal disclaimer (required)  Acknowledgements page (optional)  Preface (required)  Abstract, keywords, and citation page (required)  Table of Contents (required, followed by List of Figures and List of Tables, if needed)  Executive summary (required)  Body of the report (required)  References (if applicable)  Glossary/Acronyms (If more than 10 acronyms or abbreviations are used, it is required.)  Bibliography (if applicable)  Appendices (if applicable) (Create a separate volume if very large.)  Attachments (if applicable) • Submit a draft of the Executive Summary to the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for review and comment. • Develop and submit a Summary of TAC Comments received on the Executive Summary. For each comment received, the recipient will identify in the summary the following: o Comments the recipient proposes to incorporate. o Comments the recipient does propose to incorporate and an explanation for why. • Submit a draft of the report to the CAM for review and comment. The CAM will provide written comments to the Recipient on the draft product within 15 days of receipt. • Incorporate all CAM comments into the Final Report. If the Recipient disagrees with any comment, provide a Written Responses to Comments explaining why the comments were not incorporated into the final product. • Submit the revised Final Report electronically with any Written Responses to Comments within 10 days of receipt of CAM’s Written Comments on the Draft Final Report, unless the CAM specifies a longer time period or approves a request for additional time. Products: • Summary of TAC Comments • Draft Final Report • Written Responses to Comments (if applicable) • Final Report CAM Product: • Written Comments on the Draft Final Report
The Recipient shall. 48 • Prepare an Initial Fact Sheet at start of the project that describes the project. Use the 1 format provided by the CAM.
The Recipient shall. 14 • Prepare a Match Funds Status Letter that documents the match funds committed to this 15 Agreement. If no match funds were part of the proposal that led to the Energy 16 Commission awarding this Agreement and none have been identified at the time this 17 Agreement starts, then state this in the letter. 19 If match funds were a part of the proposal that led to the Energy Commission awarding 20 this Agreement, then provide in the letter: