Day-ahead Loss Price definition

Day-ahead Loss Price means the Loss Price resulting from the Day-ahead Energy Market.
Day-ahead Loss Price means the Loss Price resulting from the Day-ahead Energy Market. Day-ahead Prices:

Examples of Day-ahead Loss Price in a sentence

  • Except as specified in this subsection, a Transmission Loss Charge shall be assessed for transmission use scheduled in the Day-ahead Energy Market, calculated as the amount to be delivered multiplied by the difference between the Day-ahead Loss Price at the delivery point or the delivery interface at the boundary of the PJM Region and the Day-ahead Loss Price at the source point or the source interface at the boundary of the PJM Region.

  • Except as specified in this subsection, a Transmission Loss Charge shall be assessed for transmission use scheduled in the Day-ahead Energy Market, calculated as the amount to be delivered multiplied by the difference between the Day-ahead Loss Price at the delivery point or the delivery Interface Pricing Point at the boundary of the PJM Region and the Day-ahead Loss Price at the source point or the source Interface Pricing Point at the boundary of the PJM Region.

  • The total load charge for each Market Buyer shall be the sum, for each of a Market Buyer’s load buses, of the charges at Day-ahead Loss Price determined in accordance with the Day-ahead Energy Market as specified in Section 1.10.1a plus the charges at Real-time Loss Prices determined as specified herein, net of any payments specified herein for each of the Market Buyer’s load buses.

  • No defenses or 4 objections, including lack of service, shall be waived as a result of the filing of the limited notice 5 of appearance.

  • For each Day-ahead Settlement Interval, Market Participants shall be charged for transmission losses resulting from all Market Participant Energy Withdrawals scheduled in the Day-ahead Energy Market at the Day-ahead Loss Price applicable to each relevant location at which both the Market Participant withdraws energy and such energy is priced.

  • Market Buyers shall be charged for transmission losses resulting from all load (net of Behind The Meter Generation expected to be operating, but not to be less than zero) scheduled to be served from the PJM Interchange Energy Market in the Day-ahead Energy Market at the Day-ahead Loss Price applicable to each relevant load bus.

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  • The total generation revenue for each Generating Market Buyer shall be the sum, for each of the Generating Market Buyer’s generation buses, of the revenues at Day-ahead Loss Price determined in accordance with the Day-ahead Energy Market as specified in Section 1.10.1A plus the revenues at Real-time Loss Prices determined as specified herein, net of any debits specified herein for each of the Market Buyer’s generation buses.

  • For each Day-ahead Settlement Interval, Market Participants shall be reimbursed for transmission losses resulting from all Market Participant Energy Injections scheduled in the Day-ahead Energy Market at the Day-ahead Loss Price applicable to each relevant location at which both the Market Participant injects energy and such energy is priced.

  • Except as specified in this subsection, a Transmission Loss Charge shall be assessed for cleared MWh in the Day-ahead Energy Market, calculated as the amount to be delivered multiplied by the difference between the Day-ahead Loss Price at the sink point and the Day-ahead Loss Price at the source point.

Related to Day-ahead Loss Price

  • Loss Price means the loss component of the Locational Marginal Price, which is the effect on transmission loss costs (whether positive or negative) associated with increasing the output of a generation resource or decreasing the consumption by a Demand Resource based on the effect of increased generation from or consumption by the resource on transmission losses, calculated as specified in Operating Agreement, Schedule 1, section 2, and the parallel provisions of Tariff, Attachment K-Appendix, section 2.

  • Real-time Loss Price means the Loss Price resulting from the Office of the Interconnection’s dispatch of the PJM Interchange Energy Market in the Operating Day.

  • Day-ahead Congestion Price means the Congestion Price resulting from the Day-ahead Energy Market.

  • Reference Price means the Reference Price of the Underlying as specified in § 1 of the Product and Underlying Data.

  • Salvage value means the amount received for property retired, less any expenses incurred in connection with the sale or in preparing the property for sale, or, if retained, the amount at which the material recoverable is chargeable to materials and supplies, or other appropriate account.

  • Relevant Reference Price means the Reference Price on the Final Valuation Date. "Security Holder" means the holder of a Security.