Electrical Capacity definition

Electrical Capacity means, at minimum:
Electrical Capacity means Electrical Capacity as defined in Section 8.7.
Electrical Capacity means the maximum electrical rating of the Transmission Line (or applicable portion thereof) expressed in MWs, as such rating is determined and approved by WECC (or such other regulatory authority responsible for rating the Transmission Line) from time to time.

Examples of Electrical Capacity in a sentence

  • If Tenant's equipment shall result in electrical demand in excess of the Premises' Standard Electrical Capacity, Landlord shall have the right, in its sole discretion, to install additional transformers, distribution panels, wiring and other applicable equipment at the expense of Tenant.

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  • If Tenant’s equipment shall result in electrical demand in excess of the Premises’ Standard Electrical Capacity, Landlord shall have the right, in its sole discretion, to install additional transformers, distribution panels, wiring and other applicable equipment at the expense of Tenant.

  • Tenant covenants that Tenant’s use and consumption of electric current shall not at any time exceed the Electrical Capacity, nor exceed the capacity of any of the electrical facilities and installations in or otherwise serving or being used in the Premises.

  • The Net Maximum Electrical Capacity is the sum of the net maximum capacities of all stations taken individually throughout a given period of operation.


More Definitions of Electrical Capacity

Electrical Capacity means the electric transmission transfer capability of the Project Facilities (or the applicable portion thereof) expressed in MW, which initially shall be 4,355 MW (gross) or 4,000 MW (net) in the aggregate.
Electrical Capacity means the Office Space Electrical Capacity, the RTS Electrical Capacity and the Ground Floor Space Electrical Capacity, as the context may require.
Electrical Capacity means the Office Space Electrical Capacity, the RTS Electrical Capacity, the Storage Space Electrical Capacity and, if applicable, the 51st Floor Space Electrical Capacity, as the context may require.
Electrical Capacity means seven (7) watts per rentable square foot of space within the Sublease Premisxx. Xubtenant shall contract directly with PSE&G for electrical service to the Sublease Premises and shall pay PSE&G all costs and expenses directly based upon the existing submeter for the Sublease Premises, without payment of any administration fee to Sublandlord. Sublandlord confirms that the electrical submeter on the twenty-fifth (25th) floor only measures the electricity used on the twenty-fifth (25th) floor.
Electrical Capacity means a generation facility’s ability to contribute capacity to the electric company. For purposes of this rule, an individual generation facility’s electrical capacity will be measured according to its resource type and the electric company to which it delivers its energy and capacity in accordance with the percentages of nameplate capacity provided below:
Electrical Capacity as to the Initial Premises means up to an aggregate of 100 kilowatts of primary UPS power capacity which shall be increased upon the delivery of Space 1, Space 2, Space 3 and Space 4 by up to an aggregate of 50 Kilowatts of primary UPS power capacity.
Electrical Capacity means six (6) wattx xxxnected load per usable square foot. If Tenant desires any of the services specified in this Paragraph 6.1 at any time other than during the times set forth herein, then subject to such nondiscriminatory conditions and standards as Landlord shall apply to the same, upon the written request of Tenant, such services shall be supplied to Tenant in accordance with Landlord's customary procedures for the Building, including such advance request deadlines as Landlord shall reasonably require from time to time, and Tenant shall pay to Landlord Landlord's then reasonable and customary charge for such services within thirty (30) days after Landlord has delivered to Tenant an invoice therefor, provided that the hourly charge for any after hours HVAC utilized by Tenant shall equal the product of (i) the number of the Building's HVAC package units required to supply the Premises (or the applicable portion thereon with HVAC, and (ii) $5.00 (the "After Hours HVAC Charge"). Notwithstanding the foregoing, the After Hours HVAC Charge shall be subject to increase by Landlord, but only to the extent of any actual increases in Landlord's cost of providing such service following the date of this Lease. Landlord and Tenant hereby acknowledge and agree that (A) the prior tenant of the Premises installed a unit independent of the Building HVAC to provide HVAC to a portion of the Premises (the "Premises HVAC Unit"), (B) Tenant shall not be responsible for the After Hours HVAC Charge in connection with Tenant's use of the Premises HVAC Unit (but Tenant shall be responsible for electricity consumed by such Premises HVAC Unit in accordance with the terms of Paragraph 6.2 of this Lease), and (C) Tenant shall be responsible, at Tenant's sole cost and expense, for the repair, maintenance, and replacement, as necessary, of the Premises HVAC Unit. Landlord reserves the right to change the supplier or provider of any such service from time to time. Tenant shall not have the right to obtain any such service for the Premises directly from a supplier or provider of such service except as provided herein and in Paragraph 6.4 below.