FTR Net Activity definition

FTR Net Activity means the aggregate net value of the billing line items for auction revenue rights credits, FTR auction charges, FTR auction credits, and FTR congestion credits, and shall also include day-ahead and balancing/real-time congestion charges up to a maximum net value of the sum of the foregoing auction revenue rights credits, FTR auction charges, FTR auction credits and FTR congestion credits.
FTR Net Activity means the aggregate net value of the billing line items for auction revenue rights credits, FTR auction charges, FTR auction credits, and FTR congestion credits,

Examples of FTR Net Activity in a sentence

  • Peak Market Activity shall be the greater of the initial Peak Market Activity, as explained below, or the greatest amount invoiced for the Participant’s transaction activity for all PJM markets and services, excluding FTR Net Activity, in any rolling one, two, or three week period, ending within a respective semi-annual period.

  • However, Peak Market Activity shall not exceed the greatest amount invoiced for the Participant’s transaction activity for all PJM markets and services, excluding FTR Net Activity, in any rolling one, two or three week period in the prior 52 weeks.

  • The initial Peak Market Activity for Participants, calculated at the beginning of each respective semi-annual period, shall be the three-week average of all non-zero invoice totals, excluding FTR Net Activity, over the previous 52 weeks.

  • The initial Peak Market Activity for Applicants will be determined by PJMSettlement based on a review of an estimate of their transactional activity for all PJM markets and services, excluding FTR Net Activity, over the next 52 weeks, which the Applicant shall provide to PJMSettlement.

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  • Peak Market Activity shall exclude FTR Net Activity, Virtual Transactions Net Activity, and Export Transactions Net Activity.

  • At the beginning of each semi-annual period, the PMA is initially determined based upon the average of all non- zero invoice totals, excluding FTR Net Activity and after giving effect to allowed credits for early payments, over the previous 52 weeks.

  • As noted above, and set forth in the previous filing, the PMA for Participant’s is initially to be determined based upon the average of all non-zero invoice totals, excluding FTR Net Activity, and after giving effect to allowed credits for early payment, over the previous 52 weeks.

  • To appropriately address these circumstances, and ensure that the calculation of PMA appropriately reflects relevant market activity, the Tariff is amended to reflect a qualification that the determination of Peak Market Activity shall not exceed the greatest amount invoiced for a Participant’s transaction activity for all PJM markets and services, excluding FTR Net Activity, in any rolling one, two or three week period in the prior 52 weeks.

  • The initial Peak Market Activity for Applicants will be determined by PJM based on a review of an estimate of their transactional activity for all PJM markets and services, excluding FTR Net Activity, over the next 52 weeks, which the Applicant shall provide to PJM.

Related to FTR Net Activity

  • Peak Market Activity means a measure of exposure for which credit is required, involving peak exposures in rolling three-week periods over a year timeframe, with two semi-annual reset points, pursuant to provisions of Tariff, Attachment Q, section V.A. Peak Market Activity shall exclude FTR Net Activity, Virtual Transactions Net Activity, and Export Transactions Net Activity.

  • Export Transactions Net Activity means the aggregate net total, resulting from Export Transactions, of (i) Spot Market Energy charges, (ii) Transmission Congestion Charges, and (iii) Transmission Loss Charges, calculated as set forth in Operating Agreement, Schedule 1 and the parallel provisions of Tariff, Attachment K-Appendix. Export Transactions Net Activity may be positive or negative.

  • economic activity means putting goods or services on a market. It is not necessary to make a profit to be engaged in economic activity: if others in the market offer the same good or service, it is an economic activity.” Department for Business Innovation & Skills, State Aid: The Basics Guide, July 2014 - https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/443686/BIS

  • licensed activity means any activity set out in section 4 of this licence.

  • Education program or activity means locations, events, or circumstances for which the school district exercises substantial control over both the respondent and the context in which the sexual harassment occurs and includes school district education programs or activities that occur on or off of school district property.

  • Covered Activities means those land uses and conservation and other activities described in Chapter 2.3 of the HCP/NCCP to be carried out by the Conservancy or its agents that may result in Authorized Take of Covered Species during the term of the HCP/NCCP, and that are otherwise lawful.

  • Regulated Activity means any generation, treatment, storage, recycling, transportation, disposal or release of any Hazardous Substances.

  • Business activity means that term as defined in section 3(2) of the former single business tax act, 1975 PA 228, or in section 105 of the Michigan business tax act, 2007 PA 36, MCL 208.1105.

  • High-technology activity means that term as defined in section 3 of the Michigan economic growth authority act, 1995 PA 24, MCL 207.803.

  • Gross beta particle activity means the total radioactivity due to beta particle emission as inferred from measurements on a dry sample.