Connection Agreement definition

Connection Agreement means an agreement entered into between a distributor and a person connected to its distribution system that delineates the conditions of the connection and delivery of electricity to or from that connection;
Connection Agreement means an agreement between a Company and a Connectee which provides that that Connectee has the right for its Connected Installation to be and remain directly or indirectly connected to that Company’s Distribution System.
Connection Agreement means any agreement entered into by the Franchisee and Network Rail on or before the Start Date relating to the connection of a Depot to the relevant part of the network;

Examples of Connection Agreement in a sentence

  • Where LV and HV Designated Properties or Designated EHV Properties have more than one point of connection (as identified in the Connection Agreement) then separate charges will be applied to each point of connection.

  • Where two or more HH MPANs/MSIDs are located at the same point of connection (as identified in the Connection Agreement), with the same LLFC, and registered to the same Supplier, only one daily fixed charge will be applied.

  • While such terms and conditions will be consistent with our Connection Charging Methodology, the Bilateral Connection Agreement will take precedence.

  • Any unused capacity identified in such review may be released for use by other customers and the Maximum Capacity reduced to an agreed level within the Bilateral Connection Agreement.

  • This value will be agreed with us and stated in the Bilateral Connection Agreement for the relevant embedded network.


More Definitions of Connection Agreement

Connection Agreement means any agreement governing the terms of connection of any plant or apparatus to, and/or any agreement for the supply of electricity to the plant or apparatus or for the acceptance of electricity into, and its delivery from, the Company’s electricity distribution Network;
Connection Agreement means an agreement that sets out the terms and conditions (including the National Terms of Connection (NTC)), that you must abide by in order for a Supply Point to be connected to the relevant Distribution Network Operator’s Distribution System;
Connection Agreement means an agreement between the TSO and an End User, for the connection of the End User to the Transmission Grid.
Connection Agreement means an agreement between a corporation and one or more controllers in respect of a connection who are not users in respect of the connection under which the controller or controllers agree to comply with the Technical Code and any relevant parts of these regulations;
Connection Agreement means the agreement between the CTU or STU or any other concerned parties and the TSP, setting out the terms relating to the connection of the Project to the Inter-connection Facilities and use of the Inter State Transmission System as per the provisions of the IEGC, as the case may be;
Connection Agreement means the agreement or agreements required to be entered into by the applicable LDC or Transmitter and the Supplier with respect to the connection of the Facility to a Distribution System or Transmission System in accordance with the Distribution System Code or Transmission System Code, as applicable and governing the terms and conditions of such connection, and including the payment of all costs that are the responsibility of the Supplier thereunder.
Connection Agreement means an agreement between any Person and