Dispatch Instruction definition

Dispatch Instruction has the meaning set forth in the CAISO Tariff.
Dispatch Instruction means an instruction issued directly by the Control Center to the Company in accordance with the terms of this Agreement, including without limitation, the Technical Limits, to schedule and control the generation of the Facility in order to commence, increase, decrease or cease the Net Energy Output (and Reactive Power) delivered to the Grid System;
Dispatch Instruction means an instruction given by the Company to the Service Provider in respect of the Providing Unit to change the output, fuel or manner of operation of the Providing Unit and “Instruct” and “Instructed” shall be construed accordingly;

Examples of Dispatch Instruction in a sentence

  • To the extent that Steady-State Reactive Power is a Relevant DS3 System Service, the Company shall have the right (but shall not be under any obligation) at any time to instruct the Service Provider, by the issue of a Dispatch Instruction, to provide Reactive Power (Leading) or Reactive Power (Lagging) from the Providing Unit.

  • Ramping Margin 8 Ramping Margin 8 is the increased MW Output and/or MW Reduction that a Providing Unit can provide to the Company within eight hours of the Company issuing a Dispatch Instruction to a Service Provider and that the Providing Unit can maintain for a further eight hours after the eight hour period has elapsed.

  • Each of these services is covered in turn below: Ramping Margin 1 Ramping Margin 1 is the increased MW Output and/or MW Reduction that a Providing Unit can provide to the Company within one hour of the Company issuing a Dispatch Instruction to a Service Provider and that the Providing Unit can maintain for a further two hours after the one hour period has elapsed.

  • Ramping Margin 3 Ramping Margin 3 is the increased MW Output and/or MW Reduction that a Providing Unit can provide to the Company within three hours of the Company issuing a Dispatch Instruction to a Service Provider and that the Providing Unit can maintain for a further five hours after the three hour period has elapsed.


More Definitions of Dispatch Instruction

Dispatch Instruction means an operating order that is issued by the ISO to a Participant pertaining to real time operations.
Dispatch Instruction means an instruction issued directly by the local/national grid control center to the Company in accordance with the terms of this Agreement, including without limitation, the Technical Limits, to schedule and control the generation of the SPV plant in order to commence, increase, decrease or cease the Net Energy Output delivered to the PGCB’s grid.
Dispatch Instruction means a physical operating instruction issued or deemed to be issued to a registered facility by the PSO in the real- time dispatch process;
Dispatch Instruction means an instruction given by or on behalf of KPLC in relation to the operation of the Plant in accordance with the procedures in Schedule 4.
Dispatch Instruction means any instruction issued by the Procurer(s) through the concerned SLDC / RLDC to the Seller, in accordance with applicable Grid Code and this Agreement;
Dispatch Instruction is an instruction issued directly by the PSCC to Project Company in accordance with (i) the dispatch principles and guidelines established by GPA in accordance with the applicable system grid code for the Grid System; (ii) the Operating Procedures; (iii) the Technical Limits; (iv) Prudent Utility Practices; and this Agreement.
Dispatch Instruction has the meaning given to it in the Grid Code;