Voltage Sample Clauses

Voltage. When Generator is delivering power to the Georgia Power Electric System, Generator shall operate its generation to meet the voltage schedule, as measured at the transmission bus serving the Facility, communicated by the Georgia ITS operator. The current voltage schedules for the Interconnection Point to the Facility is attached to this Appendix A. If the Generator cannot hold the voltage schedule but is producing or absorbing its maximum amount of MVARs for the level of MW output that it is then operating at, then that is acceptable performance provided that each unit of the Generator that is then generating is producing no less than 0.33 MVAR/MW x the unit's Continuous Rated MW Output or absorbing no less than 0.23 MVAR/MW x the unit's Continuous Rated MW Output. For purposes of this paragraph, the "
Voltage. The Unit must operate within the voltage levels described in the Functional Specification for the duration of the Performance Test. If, during the Performance Test, voltage tests cannot be performed due to Grid System, data supplied from tests of the generator step-up transformers and generators supplied by the manufacturers shall be used to establish the ability of the Unit to operate within the specified voltage limits.
Voltage. Electric Power supplied under this Contract shall be three phase alternating current at approximately 60 Hertz and at approximately 208/120 volts.
Voltage. When Generator is delivering power to the Georgia Power Electric System, Generator shall operate its generation to meet the voltage schedule, as measured at the 500 kV transmission bus serving the Facility communicated by the Georgia ITS operator. The current voltage schedule for the Interconnection Point to the Facility is included in this Appendix. If the generator cannot hold voltage schedule but is producing its maximum amount of MVARS, then that is acceptable performance. It is anticipated that the generator shall be producing MVARS below its maximum capability under normal system conditions.
Voltage. The Electric Power provided hereunder shall be three-phase, alternating current, at the nominal voltages set forth in Attachment C attached hereto plus or minus 5% under normal conditions and plus or minus 10% under emergency conditions. All parties shall endeavor to maintain proper phase voltage balance on their respective systems. If a problem with voltage occurs, all parties will use their reasonable best efforts to correct such problems. 6(g).
Voltage. The Customer Generator shall be capable of operating its generating equipment at a voltage level of plus/minus 6% of nominal system voltage. Utility grade negative sequence/under-voltage relaying shall be used to trip the equipment off the line for negative excursions exceeding 8.25% of nominal for a maximum duration of six electrical cycles. Positive excursions exceeding 10% of nominal voltage shall cause the equipment to trip off line. Voltage regulating equipment shall maintain stable excitation levels with negligible hunting (less than 2% of nominal phase current).
Voltage. When Tenaska is connected or delivering power to the Georgia Power Electric System, Tenaska shall operate its generation to meet the voltage schedule communicated by the Georgia ITS system operator from time to time. If Tenaska cannot hold voltage schedule but is producing its maximum amount of MVARS, then that is acceptable performance. It is anticipated that the Tenaska shall be producing MVARS below its maximum capability under normal system conditions.
Voltage contain a voltage table incorporating all of the information required under clause 39.3 for each Customer Point of Service at which electricity is conveyed from the grid to the Customer’s Assets. The information contained in the forecast loading table and the voltage table is for the Customer’s information purposes only and may be amended by Transpower at any time to reflect changes to the assets installed at the Customer Points of Service. Transpower will notify the Customer of any amendments to the tables promptly after it amends the table. In any event, Schedule 2 (Points of Service) is to be reviewed and updated annually in accordance with clause 39.4.