Energy definition

Energy means electricity, natural gas, steam, hot or chilled water, fuel oil, or other product for use in a building, or renewable on-site electricity generation, for purposes of providing heating, cooling, lighting, water heating, or for powering or fueling other end-uses in the building and related facilities, as reflected in Utility bills or other documentation of actual Energy use.
Energy means electric “energy,” as such term is defined in the ISO-NE Tariff, generated by the Facility as measured in MWh in Eastern Prevailing Time, less such Facility’s station service use, generator lead losses and transformer losses, which quantity for purposes of this Agreement will never be less than zero.
Energy means electrical energy.

Examples of Energy in a sentence

  • Verification: The project owner shall make the site available for inspection of records and equipment by representatives of the District, ARB, and the Energy Commission.

  • If the Energy Bureau provides such a template, PREPA shall use it when preparing its filing.

  • Key Regional Energy Issues: Decarbonisation and Energy Security8.

  • Bose, Secretary, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 888 First Street NE, Room 1A, Washington, DC 20426.

  • The funding covers these costs for the Governor’s Office (including the Colorado Energy Office), Lieutenant Governor’s Office, Office of State Planning and Budgeting, and Office of Economic Development and International Trade.

More Definitions of Energy

Energy means electric energy measured in kilowatt hours.
Energy means electric energy (normally expressed in kiloWatt hours (kWh) or kilo watt (kW));
Energy means three-phase, 60-cycle alternating current electric energy, measured in MWhs.
Energy means three-phase, 60-cycle alternating current electric energy measured in MWh, net of Station Use and, in the case of Excess Sales arrangements, any Site Host Load.
Energy means electric energy, which means the capability of electricity to do work, measured in kilowatt hours (“kWh”);