Cogeneration facility definition

Cogeneration facility means a power plant in which the heat or steam is also used for industrial or commercial heating or cooling purposes and that meets federal energy regulatory commission standards for qualifying facilities under the public utility regulatory policies act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. Sec. 824a-3), as amended.
Cogeneration facility means equipment used to produce electric energy and forms of useful thermal energy (such as heat or steam), used for industrial, commercial, heating, or cooling purposes, through the sequential use of energy.
Cogeneration facility means a generating facility that sequentially produces electricity and another form of useful thermal energy, such as heat or steam, in a way that is more efficient than the separate production of both forms of energy.

Examples of Cogeneration facility in a sentence

The Board of Trustees authorized $81,900,000 of UCONN 2000 debt in the form of a Tax-Exempt Governmental Lease Purchase Agreement secured by the University’s general obligation for the Cogeneration facility portion of the UConn 2000 Heating Plant Upgrade project entered into under separate financing documents.

Co-generation facility: An installation that harnesses energy that normally would be wasted to generate electricity, usually through the burning of waste, and which may use, distribute through connection, or sell the energy converted from such process.

Eastern Correctional Institution Construction Contract: Dump Condenser Tube ReplacementMES Project # 1-20-4-20-5R Description: Re-tubing of the existing Dump Condenser at the ECI Cogeneration facility.

If PG&E determines in its sole judgment that Producer either failed to provide evidence in a timely manner or that it provided insufficient evidence that its Generating Facility continues to meet the Cogeneration Requirements, then the Cogeneration status of the Generating Facility shall be deemed ineffective until such time as Producer again demonstrates to PG&E’s reasonable satisfaction that the Generating Facility meets the requirements for a Cogeneration facility (the Status Change).

If Liberty determines in its sole judgment that EPeither failed to provide evidence in a timely manner or that it provided insufficient evidence that its Generating Facility continues to meet the Cogeneration Requirements, then the Cogeneration status of the Generating Facility shall be deemed ineffective until such time as EP again demonstrates to Liberty’s reasonable satisfaction that the Generating Facility meets the requirements for a Cogeneration facility (the “Status Change”).


More Definitions of Cogeneration facility

Cogeneration facility means an industrial structure, installation, plant, building, or self-generation facility, which may include one or more cogeneration systems configured as either a topping cycle or bottoming cycle plant.
Cogeneration facility means the cogeneration facility, including administrative offices and all roadways, landscaping, improvements, appurtenant structures, additions, replacements and other Capital Improvements thereto and machinery and equipment therefor, all as more particularly described in the Scope of Work for the Cogeneration Agreement, to be constructed and installed on the Cogeneration Facility Site and operated and maintained by the Cogenerator pursuant to the Cogeneration Agreement.
Cogeneration facility means any machinery, equipment,
Cogeneration facility means a facility that produces electric energy and steam or forms of useful energy (such as heat) which are used for industrial, commercial, heating, or cooling purposes, but not including an electric generator that produces only a small token amount of useful thermal energy.
Cogeneration facility means a facility that provides or is capable of providing from a common fuel source both (i) thermal energy that is made available for processes and applications other than electrical generation and (ii) electric energy. To qualify under this Schedule 200, the Cogeneration Facility must meet the standards for “new qualifying facilities” established under 16 U.S.C. § 824a-3(n) and 18 C.F.R. § 292.205.
Cogeneration facility means a facility that:
Cogeneration facility means the waste heat boilers, gas and steam turbines, generators and all appurtenant structures, equipment, including Cogen's interconnection facilities, and real property interests owned or leased and operated by Cogen at the Bayonne Facility, for purposes of generating electricity, steam, or other forms of useful thermal output.