emission limit value means a limit on the concentration, mass or emission rate of mercury or mercury compounds, often expressed as “total mercury”, emitted from a point source.
Restoration Threshold means, as of any date, the lesser of (a) two and one-half percent (2.5%) of the replacement value of the improvements at the affected Project as of such date, and (b) $500,000.00.
Emission limitation means a requirement established by the Board, the director or the Administrator, EPA, which limits the quantity, rate or concentration of emission of air pollutants on a continuous emission reduction including any requirement relating to the operation or maintenance of a source to assure continuous emission reduction (Section 302(k)).
Alteration Threshold means an amount equal to 5% of the outstanding principal amount of the Loan.
Emission unit means any article, machine, equipment, operation, or contrivance that emits or has the potential to emit any federally regulated air pollutant.
emission factor means the average emission rate of a greenhouse gas relative to the activity data of a source stream assuming complete oxidation for combustion and complete conversion for all other chemical reactions;
Indemnity Threshold has the meaning set forth in Section 8.3(b).
Bid threshold means the dollar amount set in N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-3, above which a Board shall advertise for and receive sealed bids in accordance with procedures set forth in N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-1 et seq.
emission allowance means a financial instrument as defined in point (11) of Section C of Annex I of Directive [new MiFID].
Emission Rate means the number of pounds of pollutant emitted per million BTU of heat input (“lb/mmBTU”), measured in accordance with this Consent Decree.
Minimum Takedown Threshold shall have the meaning given in Section 2.1.4.
Simplified acquisition threshold means the dollar amount below which a district may purchase property or services using small pur- chase methods. Districts adopt small purchase procedures in order to expedite the purchase of items at or below the simplified acquisi- tion threshold. The simplified acquisition threshold for procurement activities administered under federal awards is set by the FAR at 48 C.F.R. Part 2, Subpart 2.1 [see below]. The district is responsi- ble for determining an appropriate simplified acquisition threshold based on internal controls, an evaluation of risk, and its docu- mented procurement procedures. However, in no circumstances can this threshold exceed the dollar value established in the FAR
Threshold Limit means the value of the securities traded, whether in one transaction or a series of transactions over any calendar quarter, aggregating to a traded value of ten lakh rupees.
Micro-purchase threshold means the dollar amount at or below which a district may purchase property or services using micro-purchase procedures. Generally, the micro-purchase threshold for procurement activities administered under federal awards is not to exceed the amount set by the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) at 48 C.F.R. Part 2, Subpart 2.1 [see below], unless a higher threshold is requested by the district and approved by the cognizant agency for indirect costs.
Threshold means, with respect to Party B and any Valuation Date, infinity.
Indemnification Threshold has the meaning set forth in Section 11.5.
Emission Reduction Credits or “ERC(s)” means emission reductions that have been authorized by a local air pollution control district pursuant to California Division 26 Air Resources; Health and Safety Code Sections 40709 and 40709.5, whereby such district has established a system by which all reductions in the emission of air contaminants that are to be used to offset certain future increases in the emission of air contaminants shall be banked prior to use to offset future increases in emissions.
Maximum Concentration Level Assessment means the Maximum Concentration Level Assessment for the purposes of a Basic Comprehensive Certificate of Approval, described in the Basic Comprehensive User Guide, prepared by a Toxicologist using currently available toxicological information, that demonstrates that the concentration at any Point of Impingement for a Compound of Concern that does not have a Ministry Point of Impingement Limit is not likely to cause an adverse effect as defined by the EPA. The concentration at Point of Impingement for a Compound of Concern must be calculated in accordance with O. Reg. 419/05.
S&P Required Ratings Threshold means, with respect to Party A, the guarantor under an Eligible Guarantee or an Eligible Replacement, a long-term unsecured and unsubordinated debt rating from S&P of "BBB+".
Stated Threshold means total losses under the shared loss agreements in the amount of $41,000,000.00.
Step-Down Amount means, with respect to any Distribution Date, the excess, if any, of (x) the Required Pro Forma Note Balance over (y) the Pro Forma Note Balance on such Distribution Date, calculated for this purpose only without deduction for any Step-Down Amount (i.e., assuming that the entire amount described in clause (x) of the definition of “Principal Distributable Amount” is distributed as principal on the Notes); provided, however, that the Step-Down Amount in no event may exceed the amount that would reduce the positive difference, if any, of (i) the Pool Balance minus (ii) the Pro Forma Note Balance, to an amount less than 0.50% of the initial aggregate principal balance of the Receivables.
Maximum contaminant level goal or “MCLG” means the maximum level of a contaminant in drinking water at which no known or anticipated adverse effect on the health of persons would occur, and which allows an adequate margin of safety. MCLGs are nonenforceable health goals.
VWAP Minimum Price Threshold means, with respect to any particular VWAP Purchase Notice, the Sale Price on the VWAP Purchase Date equal to the greater of (i) 80% of the Closing Sale Price on the Business Day immediately preceding the VWAP Purchase Date or (ii) such higher price as set forth by the Company in the VWAP Purchase Notice.
Class D Coverage Tests means the Class D Interest Coverage Test and the Class D Par Value Test.
Adjusted Operating Income for each year in the Performance Period is defined as the Company’s net income from continuing operations as reported in the Company’s financial statements (including accompanying footnotes and management’s discussion and analysis), adjusted as set forth in the immediately following sentence. In calculating Adjusted Operating Income, net income from continuing operations shall be adjusted as follows: first (A) remove the after-tax effects of the following items: (i) losses (net of reinsurance) from catastrophes (as designated by the Insurance Service Office’s Property Claims Service Group, the Lloyd’s Claim Office, Swiss Reinsurance Company’s sigma report, or a comparable report or organization generally recognized by the insurance industry, and reported by the Company as a catastrophe); asbestos and environmental reserve charges (or releases); net realized investment gains or losses in the fixed maturities and real estate portfolios; and (ii) extraordinary items, the cumulative effect of accounting changes and federal income tax rate changes, and restructuring charges, each as defined by generally accepted accounting principles in the United States, and each as reported in the Company’s financial statements (including accompanying footnotes and management’s discussion and analysis); (B) reduced, as to the first year in the Performance Period (20XX), by $XXXXXX, as to the second year in the Performance Period (20XX), by $XXXXXX times the ratio of: the Company’s 20XX consolidated personal lines homeowners net written premium plus commercial lines property net written premium plus 50% of commercial lines multi peril net written premium divided by the Company’s 20XX consolidated personal lines homeowners net written premium plus commercial lines property net written premium plus 50% of commercial lines multi peril net written premium, and as to the third year in the Performance Period (20XX), by $XXXXXX times the ratio of: the Company’s 20XX consolidated personal lines homeowners net written premium plus commercial lines property net written premium plus 50% of commercial lines multi peril net written premium divided by the Company’s 20XX consolidated personal lines homeowners net written premium plus commercial lines property net written premium plus 50% of commercial lines multi peril net written premium; and (C) reduced by an amount intended, as of the date of this award, to approximate historical levels of credit losses (on an after-tax basis) associated with the Company’s fixed income investments, determined by (i) multiplying a fixed factor, expressed as 2.25 basis points, by the amortized cost of the Company’s fixed maturity investment portfolio at the beginning of each quarter during the relevant year in the Performance Period and (ii) adding the after-tax sum of the amounts resulting from (i) for such year in the Performance Period.
Grade point average or "GPA" means the grade point average earned by an eligible student and reported by the high school or participating institution in which the student was enrolled based on a scale of 4.0 or its equivalent if the high school or participating institution that the student attends does not use the 4.0 grade scale;