Additional Financing definition

Additional Financing means the sale by the Company of additional Units as contemplated by the registration statement on Form SB-2 filed by the Company with the SEC on September 13, 2006, as amended from time to time thereafter.
Additional Financing means any revolving credit loan or any other financing or indebtedness of any nature for which Owner is liable (other than the Term Financing) (a) that is incurred by Owner to finance or refinance any direct or indirect costs and expenses in connection with the Northern Pass Transmission Line (i) before the Distribution Date (A) under a short-term borrowing arrangement between Owner and one or more of its Affiliates pursuant to the terms of the Northeast Utilities System Money Pool, as filed with FERC, as such terms may be amended from time to time, or (B) at an interest rate not to exceed the lesser of (1) Northeast Utilities’ actual cost of borrowing and (2) LIBOR plus two hundred twenty-five (225) basis points, or (ii) after the Commercial Operation Date and (b) the costs for which are recoverable under the Formula Rate in accordance with Article 8. Additional Financing, together with contributions to the equity capital of Owner, shall fund such costs and expenses in a manner consistent with Owner’s obligations under Section 5.6 and Section 8.3(a).
Additional Financing has the meaning set forth in Section 16.3(a).

Examples of Additional Financing in a sentence

  • The Additional Financing would finance upgrades of and complements to the current Early Warning System to inform coastal communities and artisanal fishermen about coastal climate risks, but also upcoming adverse marine and coastal weather conditions.

  • Financing Agreement (Additional Financing for Second Public Employment for Sustainable Agriculture and Water Resources Management Project) between the Republic of Tajikistan and the International Development Association.

  • The Additional Financing (AF) in the amount of SDR 7.1 million (US$ 10 million equivalent) is provided to the Republic of Moldova in support of Moldova Education Reform Project.The MERP supports the Government of Moldova (GoM) reform program by financing activities that will strengthen the quality of education and lead to a more efficient education sector.

  • Dates: ⚫ July 13, 2006: The project was re-structured to include an extension of the closing date from December 31, 2007 to December 31, 2009, to allow for expansion of activities .⚫ February 24, 2010: Additional Financing was approved with a closing date of December 31, 2012.

  • The project (both parent and proposed Additional Financing) will have physical interventions in São Tome and Principe in the 14 most at-risk coastal communities, vulnerable hot spots subject to both anthropogenic and natural pressures.

More Definitions of Additional Financing

Additional Financing means Indebtedness incurred by Credit Parties after the Closing Date (other than the Obligations) in an additional amount not to exceed $50,000,000 to the extent consented to by the Lenders.
Additional Financing means (i) any issuance of any debt, equity or equity-linked securities, (ii) any credit facility or credit arrangements, or (iii) any sale of profit participation or royalty streams, in each case by the Company or any Subsidiary (whether or not a Subsidiary on any Closing Date) in a single financing transaction or two related financing transactions in the aggregate amount equal to or greater than Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000).
Additional Financing means $75 million of additional liquidity, to be funded from the Additional Financing Facility Documents with the Additional Financing Lender pursuant to the Additional Financing Facility Documents.
Additional Financing shall have the meaning set forth in Section 9.02(b) hereof.
Additional Financing means any increase in the total commitments under the Santander ABS Credit Agreement.
Additional Financing. Borrower will not be permitted to incur, directly or indirectly, any additional indebtedness other than the Mortgage Loan, except for de minimus amounts of short term unsecured trade debt incurred in the ordinary course of business. The parent of Borrower (the "Parent") will not be permitted to incur, directly or indirectly, any additional indebtedness other than mezzanine financing after December 31, 2000, provided the following criteria are met with respect thereto: (i) the total indebtedness of the Parent shall not exceed the lesser of (x) ____% of the portion of the purchase price paid in the Acquisition for the Properties which constitute the Collateral for the Mortgage Loan and (y) ___% of the then current fair market value of such Properties, (ii) the rating agencies affirm that there will be no downgrades of the ratings given to any securities issued in a securitization of the Mortgage Loan, and (iii) the mezzanine debt may be secured by a pledge of equity interests in the Borrower. ADVERTISING: Lender and Client and their respective affiliates do not intend to advertise the Mortgage Loan. However, either party will be entitled to advertise the Mortgage Loan, at its own expense, subject to the prior written consent of the other party, such consent to be granted in the sole discretion of such other party.