Freight Switcher definition

Freight Switcher means a locomotive that moves rail cars around a rail yard as compared to a line-haul engine that moves freight long distances.
Freight Switcher means a locomotive that moves rail cars around a rail yard as compared to a line-haul engine that move freight long distances.
Freight Switcher means a locomotive that is powered by an engine or combination

Examples of Freight Switcher in a sentence

  • Up to 75% of the cost of a new All-Electric Freight Switcher, including charging infrastructure associated with the new All-Electric Freight Switcher.

  • Eligible Freight Switchers may be Repowered with any new diesel or Alternate Fueled or All-Electric engine(s) (including Generator Sets), or may be replaced with any new diesel or Alternate Fueled or All-Electric (including Generator Sets) Freight Switcher, that is certified to meet the applicable EPA emissions standards (or other more stringent equivalent State standard) as published in the CFR for the engine model year in which the Eligible Freight Switcher Mitigation Action occurs.

  • Up to 100% of the cost of a new All-Electric Freight Switcher, including charging infrastructure associated with the new All-Electric Freight Switcher.

  • Up to 75% of the cost of a new all-electric Freight Switcher, including charging infrastructure associated with the new all-electric Freight Switcher.

  • Freight Switcher: a locomotive that moves rail cars around a rail yard as compared to a line-haul engine that move freight long distances.

  • Eligible Freight Switchers may be repowered with any new diesel or alternate fueled or all- electric engine(s) (including generator sets), or may be replaced with any new diesel or alternate fueled or all-electric (including generator sets) Freight Switcher, that is certified to meet the applicable EPA emissions standards (or other more stringent equivalent State standard) as published in the CFR for the engine model year in which the Eligible Freight Switcher Mitigation Action occurs.

  • Eligible Freight Switchers may be Repowered with any new diesel or Alternate Fueled or All-Electric engine(s) (including Generator Sets), or may be replaced with any new diesel or Alternate Fueled or All- Electric (including Generator Sets) Freight Switcher, that is certified to meet the applicable EPA emissions standards (or other more stringent equivalent State standard) as published in the C FR for the engine model year in which the Eligible Freight Switcher Mitigation Action occurs.

  • Up to 75% of the cost of a new all-electric freight switcher, including charging infrastructure associated with the new all-electric Freight Switcher.

  • Eligible Freight Switchers may be Repowered with any new diesel or Alternate Fueled or All‐Electric engine(s) (including Generator Sets), or may be replaced with any new diesel or Alternate Fueled or All‐Electric (including Generator Sets) Freight Switcher, that is certified to meet the applicable EPA emissions standards (or other more stringent equivalent State standard) as published in the CFR for the engine model year in which the Eligible Freight Switcher Mitigation Action occurs.

  • Eligible Freight Switchers may be Repowered with any new diesel or Alternate Fueled or All-Electric engine(s) (including Generator Sets), or may be replaced with any new diesel or Alternate Fueled or All-Electric (including Generator Sets) Freight Switcher, that is certified to meet the applicable EPA emissions standards (or other more stringent equivalent State standard) as published in the C FR for the engine model year in which the Eligible Freight Switcher Mitigation Action occurs.


More Definitions of Freight Switcher

Freight Switcher means a locomotive that moves rail cars around a rail yard as compared to a
Freight Switcher means a locomotive that moves rail cars around a rail yard as compared to a linehaul engine that move freight long distances.
Freight Switcher means a locomotive that moves rail cars around a rail yard

Related to Freight Switcher

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  • Customer-generator means a user of a net metering system.