EPC definition

Examples of EPC in a sentence

The assessment does not include the effect of any Feed-in Tariff which could appreciably increase the savings that are shown on this EPC for solar photovoltaic panels, provided that both the product and the installer are certified by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (or equivalent).

You could be eligible for Renewable Heat Incentive payments which could appreciably increase the savings beyond those shown on your EPC, provided that both the product and the installer are certified by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (or equivalent).

The Administrative Agent shall have received a copy of each Notice to Proceed (as defined in each EPC Contract) delivered to each EPC Contractor pursuant to the applicable EPC Contract, and each such Notice to Proceed shall be in full force and effect.

The assessment does not include the effect of any Feed-in Tariff which could appreciably increase the savings that are shown on this EPC for a wind turbine, provided that both the product and the installer are certified by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (or equivalent).

If any Construction Credit Event is the initial Borrowing of Expansion Tranche Loans, (i) each “CPUC Approval” under and as defined in each Diablo Expansion Utility RA Contract shall have been obtained and copies thereof shall have been delivered to the Administrative Agent and (ii) either the Expansion Option under and as defined in the Diablo Base EPC Contract or the EPC Option shall have been exercised and the Administrative Agent shall have received written evidence thereof.


More Definitions of EPC

EPC means an Energy Performance Certificate and Recommendation Report (as defined in the Energy Performance of Buildings (Scotland) Regulations 2008);
EPC means ENMAX Power Corporation and includes a Person, if any, authorized to act on its behalf under the EUA. Where in these Terms and Conditions reference is made to the EPC obligation to provide or own meters, such obligation will include a commercial arrangement where such function is outsourced to a third party, as contemplated by Section 104 of the EUA.