Financing Order definition

Financing Order means an order of the commission approving the issuance of securitization bonds and the creation of securitization charges and any corresponding utility rate reductions.
Financing Order means the financing order issued by the Commission to Consumers Energy on December 6, 2013, Case No. U-17473, authorizing the creation of the Securitization Property. Consumers Energy unconditionally accepted all conditions and limitations requested by such order in a letter dated January 24, 2014 from Consumers Energy to the Commission.
Financing Order means the order of the CPUC, D. 00-00-000, issued on May 11, 2021, which became effective on February 28, 2022.

Examples of Financing Order in a sentence

  • Any services required for or contemplated by the performance of the above-referenced services by the Administrator to be provided by unaffiliated third parties (including independent auditors’ fees and counsel fees) may, if provided for or otherwise contemplated by the Financing Order and if the Issuer deems it necessary or desirable, be arranged by the Issuer or by the Administrator at the direction (which may be general or specific) of the Issuer.

  • Deposit amounts are analyzed, in accordance with the Public Utility Commission of Texas (“PUCT”) rules no more frequently than quarterly, upon the request of either the retail electric provider (“REP”) or the Servicer, to ensure that any deposits for REPs required under the Financing Order of the PUCT under Docket No. 30485 (the “Financing Order”) accurately reflect two months’ maximum collections.

  • Such compensation shall be determined by the Managers without regard to the income of the Company, shall not be deemed to constitute distributions to the recipient of any profit, loss or capital of the Company and shall be considered a fixed Operating Expense of the Company subject to the limitations on such expenses set forth in the Financing Order.

  • Such compensation shall be determined without regard to the income of the Company, shall not be deemed to constitute distributions to the recipient of any profit, loss or capital of the Company and shall be considered a fixed Operating Expense of the Company subject to the limitations on such expenses set forth in the Financing Order.

  • For purposes of this paragraph (a), any amendment that increases the Servicing Fee payable to a successor Servicer shall not be treated as adversely affecting the interests of any Bondholder so long as the Servicing Fee is within the range approved in the Financing Order.


More Definitions of Financing Order

Financing Order means an order of the commission adopted in accordance with 69-8-503 that authorizes the imposition and collection of fixed transition amounts and the issuance of transition bonds.
Financing Order means an order of the commission adopted in accordance with 69-8-503 that
Financing Order means the financing order issued by the Commission to Duke Energy Progress on May 10, 2021, Docket No. E-2, Sub 1262, authorizing the creation of the Storm Recovery Property, which was clarified and corrected by the Commission in an Order Clarifying and Correcting Financing Order on July 13, 2021.
Financing Order means an order of the commission
Financing Order means the financing order issued by the Commission to VEPCO on November 3, 2023, Case No. PUR-2023-00112, authorizing the creation of the Deferred Fuel Cost Property.
Financing Order means an order issued by the public utilities commission under section 4928.232 of the Revised Code that authorizes an electric distribution utility or an assignee to issue phase-in-recovery bonds and recover phase-in-recovery charges.
Financing Order means, the Interim Order or the Final Order, whichever is in effect at the time of any determination hereunder, and "Financing Orders" means the Interim Order and the Final Order, collectively.