CAISO Grid definition

CAISO Grid means the system of transmission lines and associated facilities of the Participating Transmission Owners that have been placed under the CAISO’s operational control.
CAISO Grid means the system of transmission lines and associated facilities that have been placed under the CAISO’s operational control.
CAISO Grid has the same meaning as “CAISO Controlled Grid” as defined in the CAISO Tariff.

Examples of CAISO Grid in a sentence

  • The Delivery Point is at the point of interconnection with the CAISO Grid, [insert name or location].

  • The Delivery Point will be (i) for each Distributed Resource composing the Project that is located behind a Customer’s retail meter, the load meter(s) for such Distributed Resource, and (ii) for each Distributed Resource composing the Project that is not located behind a Customer’s retail meter, the point of interconnection for such Distributed Resource to the CAISO Grid, and in each case (i) and (ii), as depicted in Appendix III.

  • If there are determined to be deliverability Network Upgrade costs on the CAISO Grid as an affected system of the Native Balancing Authority as a result of this Project, Buyer can request that Seller elect to fund or elect not to fund all deliverability Network Upgrades.

  • Seller shall fulfill all contractual, metering and applicable interconnection requirements, including those set forth in Participating Transmission Owner’s applicable tariffs, the CAISO Tariff and implementing CAISO standards and requirements, including, but not limited to, executing applicable interconnection agreements, Participating Generator Agreement, Meter Service Agreement and PTO Generator Special Facilities Agreements, if applicable, so as to be able to deliver Energy to the CAISO Grid.

  • SCE or the CAISO may require Seller, at Seller’s expense, to demonstrate to SCE’s reasonable satisfaction the correct calibration and operation of Seller’s Protective Apparatus any time SCE or the CAISO has reason to believe that said Protective Apparatus may impair the integrity of the PTO’s electric system or CAISO Grid.

  • The Energy Delivery Point shall be [the point of interconnection of the Project to the CAISO Grid at ________] (as described and set forth in the single-line diagram of grid interconnection attached hereto as Appendix 1.3.1).

  • Transmission System – Those facilities owned by the Distribution Provider that have been placed under the CAISO’s operational control and are part of the CAISO Grid.

  • Seller shall fulfill all contractual, metering and applicable interconnection requirements, including those set forth in Participating Transmission Owner’s applicable tariffs, the CAISO Tariff and implementing CAISO standards and requirements, including, but not limited to, executing applicable interconnection agreements, Participating Generator Agreement and Meter Service Agreement so as to be able to deliver Energy to the CAISO Grid.

  • If the Limited Operations Study provides that the Project can be interconnected to the CAISO Grid on the basis set forth in the LGIA (“Limited Operation Plan”) by [insert target date, which must be the same as the planned date of interconnection to the CAISO Grid] then Buyer shall have the right, but not the obligation, to pay Seller the Contract Price for the Lost Output (the “Curtailment Option”).

  • If Buyer elects to exercise the Curtailment Option, then Seller must agree to pursue the Limited Operation Plan and interconnect the Project to the CAISO Grid under that plan.


More Definitions of CAISO Grid

CAISO Grid means the system of transmission lines and associated facilities of the Participating Transmission Owners that have been placed under the CAISO’s operational control.has the same meaning as “CAISO Controlled Grid” as defined in the CAISO Tariff.

Related to CAISO Grid

  • CAISO Tariff means the California Independent System Operator Corporation Operating Agreement and Tariff, including the rules, protocols, procedures and standards attached thereto, as the same may be amended or modified from time to time and approved by the FERC.

  • Smart grid means capital improvements to an electric distribution utility's distribution infrastructure that improve reliability, efficiency, resiliency, or reduce energy demand or use, including, but not limited to, advanced metering and automation of system functions.

  • CAISO means the California Independent System Operator Corporation or any successor entity performing similar functions.

  • Electric System Upgrades means any Network Upgrades, Distribution Upgrades, Deliverability Upgrades, or Interconnection Facilities that are determined to be necessary by the CAISO or Transmission/Distribution Owner, as applicable, to physically and electrically interconnect the Project to the Transmission/Distribution Owner’s electric system for receipt of Energy at the Point of Interconnection (as defined in the CAISO Tariff) if connecting to the CAISO Grid, or the Interconnection Point, if the Transmission/Distribution Owner’s electric system is not part of the CAISO Grid.

  • ISO Tariff means the ISO New England Inc. Transmission, Markets and Services Tariff, FERC Electric Tariff No. 3, as amended, modified, superseded and supplemented from time to time, and including the Market Rules and Procedures.

  • Transmission System Operator means a natural or legal person responsible for operating, ensuring the maintenance of and, if necessary, developing the transmission system in a given area and, where applicable, its interconnections with other systems, and for ensuring the long-term ability of the system to meet reasonable demands for the transmission of electricity;

  • NERC means the North American Electric Reliability Corporation.

  • Local Utility Services XOOM is an independent retail marketer of natural gas & electricity and is not affiliated with your local utility. Your local utility will continue to deliver your gas, read your meter, send your bill, and make necessary repairs. Your local utility will also respond to emergencies and provide other basic utility services as required. XOOM is not an agent of your local utility and your utility will not be liable for any of XOOM’s acts, omissions, or representations. Price:Your rate for gas purchases will be a fixed price of $0.4490 per therm, plus taxes and fees, if applicable, and a monthly administrative fee of $2.99. You will continue to be responsible for all charges assessed by your local utility for all services it provides, including any other fees or taxes specifically associated with services it continues to provide during the term of this Agreement, including transportation charges payable for Core Aggregation Service.