Generator Owner definition

Generator Owner means the Person that owns the Generating Facility and has registered with the NERC as the Person responsible for complying with all NERC Reliability Standards applicable to the owner of the Generating Facility.
Generator Owner means an entity that owns the Generating Facility and has registered with NERC as the entity responsible for complying with those NERC Reliability Standards applicable to owners of generating units as set forth in the NERC Reliability Standards.
Generator Owner means an entity that owns and maintains generating Facility(ies).

Examples of Generator Owner in a sentence

  • Based on stakeholder comment, the SDT clarified the applicability language of FAC-001-1 and removed the Generator Owner from R4.

  • NERC Reliability Standard FAC-008-1, “Facility Ratings Methodology”, Requirement 1 states, “The Transmission Owner and Generator Owner shall each document its current methodology used for developing Facility Ratings (Facility Ratings Methodology) of its solely and jointly owned Facilities.

  • NERC Reliability Standard PRC-005-1, “Transmission and Generation Protection System Maintenance and Testing”, Requirement 1 states, “Each Transmission Owner and any Distribution Provider that owns a transmission Protection System and each Generator Owner that owns a generation Protection System shall have a Protection System maintenance and testing program for Protection Systems that affect the reliability of the BES.

  • The 180 days allows the Generator Owner to address someunforeseen circumstances that may delay commissioning, although the drafting team recognizedthat there may be other circumstances out of the entity’s control that may extend commissioning beyond 180 days.

  • Proposed Requirement R5 requires each Generator Owner to repair or replace a power system stabilizer within 24 months of that power system stabilizer becoming incapable of meeting the tuning specifications in Requirement R3.

  • The qualifier now reads: “…that extends greater than one mile beyond the fenced area of the generating station switchyard…” We believe that the one mile length is a reasonable approximation of line of sight, and that using a fixed starting point (at the fenced area of the generation station switchyard) eliminates confusion and any discretion on the part of a Generator Owner or an auditor.

  • PRC-005-1 R2 requires each Transmission Owner and any Distribution Provider that owns a transmission Protection System and each Generator Owner that owns a generation Protection System, such as Wolverine, to provide documentation of its Protection System maintenance and testing program and the implementation of that program to its Regional Entity on request (within 30 calendar days).

  • During the time period the alleged violation occurred, Wolverine was registered on the NERC Compliance Registry as Transmission Owner, Generator Owner and a Distribution Provider in the Reliability First region with the NERC Registry Identification Number NCR00954, and therefore, is subject to compliance with NERC Reliability Standards PRC-005-1, Requirement 2, CIP- 001-1, Requirement 1, FAC-008-1, Requirement 1, FAC-009-1, Requirement 1, and PRC-005-1, Requirement 1.


More Definitions of Generator Owner

Generator Owner means an entity that owns and maintains generating units.**
Generator Owner means entity that owns the CREF’s Generator Facility.
Generator Owner. The owner, in whole or part, of a generating unit whether located within or outside the NEPOOL Control Area.
Generator Owner and “Generator Operatorpursuant to Section 500 of the NERC Rules of Procedure
Generator Owner means an entity that owns generating units and has registered with NERC as the entity responsible for complying with those NERC reliability standards applicable to owner of generating units.

Related to Generator Owner

  • Generator Operator means the Person that Operates the Generating Facility and performs the functions of supplying electric energy and interconnected operations services within the meaning of the NERC Reliability Standards.

  • Generator means a device that produces electricity.

  • Customer-generator means a residential or commercial customer that owns (or leases or contracts) and operates an electric generating facility that: (a) has a capacity of not more than 1000 kilowatts; (b) uses renewable resources, cogeneration, fuel cells, or microturbines; (c) is located on the customer's premises; (d) is interconnected with the Electric Company's transmission and distribution facilities; and(e) is intended primarily to offset all or part of the customer's own electricity requirements.

  • Residential Unit means a home, apartment, residential condominium unit or mobile home, serving as the principal place of residence.

  • Combustion turbine means an enclosed fossil or other fuel-fired device that is comprised of a compressor, a combustor, and a turbine, and in which the flue gas resulting from the combustion of fuel in the combustor passes through the turbine, rotating the turbine.

  • Unit owner means a declarant or other person who owns a unit, or a lessee of a unit in a leasehold condominium whose lease expires simultaneously with any lease the expiration or termination of which will remove the unit from the condominium, but does not include a person having an interest in a unit solely as security for an obligation.

  • Generation Interconnection Customer means an entity that submits an Interconnection Request to interconnect a new generation facility or to increase the capacity of an existing generation facility interconnected with the Transmission System in the PJM Region.