Curtailment Order definition

Curtailment Order means any of the following:
Curtailment Order means any instruction from Buyer to Seller to reduce the delivery of Energy from the Facility for any reason other than as set forth in Sections 5.8.1(a) or (b).
Curtailment Order means any instruction from Buyer to Seller to reduce the delivery of Energy from the Facility for any reason other than as set forth in Sections 6.8.1(a) or (b).

Examples of Curtailment Order in a sentence

  • Buyer will not be obligated to pay Seller for any Product that Seller delivers in violation of Section 6.8, including any Product Seller delivers in excess of the amount specified in any Curtailment Order.

  • Seller shall curtail the production of the Facility in accordance with the applicable Notice after receipt of: (a) Notice from Buyer that Buyer has been instructed by the CAISO or the Transmission/Distribution Owner to curtail Energy deliveries; (b) Notice that Seller has been given a curtailment order or similar instruction in order to respond to an Emergency; (c) Notice of a Curtailment Order issued by Buyer.

  • Buyer’s estimates under this Section 6.8.4 for the amount of Product that the Facility would have been able to deliver but for Buyer’s issuance of a Curtailment Order will be determined in Buyer’s reasonable discretion.

  • Buyer shall have the right, but not the obligation, to issue to Seller a Curtailment Order.


More Definitions of Curtailment Order

Curtailment Order means an order from SCE to Seller to reduce or stop the delivery of electric energy from the Generating Facility to SCE for any reason except as set forth in Sections 3.12(g)(i)-(ii).
Curtailment Order means an order from SCE to Seller to reduce or stop the delivery of electric energy from the Generating Facility to SCE for any reason except as set forth in Sections 3.03(a)-(b).
Curtailment Order means any of the following: CAISO orders, directs, alerts, or provides notice to a Party, including a CAISO Operating Order, to curtail deliveries of Energy from the Facility for the following reasons: (i) any System Emergency, or (ii) any warning of an anticipated System Emergency, or warning of an imminent condition or situation, which jeopardizes CAISO’s electric system integrity or the integrity of other systems to which CAISO is connected; a curtailment ordered by the Participating Transmission Owner or distribution operator (if interconnected to distribution or sub-transmission system) for reasons including, but not limited to, (i) any situation that affects normal function of the electric system including, but not limited to, any abnormal condition that requires action to prevent circumstances such as equipment damage, loss of load, or abnormal voltage conditions, or (ii) any warning, forecast or anticipation of conditions or situations that jeopardize the Participating Transmission Owner’s electric system integrity or the integrity of other systems to which the Participating Transmission Owner is connected; a curtailment ordered by CAISO or the Participating Transmission Owner due to scheduled or unscheduled maintenance on the Participating Transmission Owner’s transmission facilities that prevents (i) Buyer from receiving or (ii) Seller from delivering Energy to the Delivery Point; ora curtailment in accordance with Seller’s obligations under its Interconnection Agreement with the Participating Transmission Owner or distribution operator; provided, however, that Buyer may not issue any Curtailment Order or any other instruction to curtail or reduce deliveries or output associated with Energy, Scheduled Energy or Metered Energy.
Curtailment Order means, for In Front of the Meter Distributed Generation Projects only, an order from SCE to Seller to reduce or stop the delivery of Energy from the Generating Facility to SCE for any reason except as set forth in Sections 6.01(f)(i)-(ii) of Attachment 1.
Curtailment Order means any of the following: CAISO or another Governmental Authority orders, directs, alerts, or provides notice to a Party, including through a CAISO Operating Order, to curtail deliveries of Facility Energy; the Participating Transmission Owner orders, directs, alerts, or provides notice to a Party to curtail deliveries of Facility Energy; a curtailment due to scheduled or unscheduled maintenance on the Participating Transmission Owner’s transmission or distribution facilities that prevents (i) Buyer from receiving or (ii) Seller from delivering Facility Energy to the Delivery Point; a curtailment by a third party (i.e., an entity other than Seller) pursuant to the Interconnection Agreement; or a curtailment by Seller.
Curtailment Order means a Ministerial Order issued to an operator by the Minister of Energy in the Province of Alberta specifying the combined amount of crude oil and crude bitumen such operator may produce in a calendar month pursuant to the Curtailment Rules;
Curtailment Order means the notice of suspension of scheduled firm and/or interruptible transportation service provided by Transporter to affected Shippers, as more particularly described in Section 17.A.3.