Hot Weather Alert definition

Hot Weather Alert means the notice provided by PJM to PJM Members, Transmission Owners, resource owners and operators, customers, and regulators to prepare personnel and facilities for extreme hot and/or humid weather conditions which may cause capacity requirements and/or unit unavailability to be substantially higher than forecast are expected to persist for an extended period. IDR Transfer Agreement:
Hot Weather Alert means the notice provided by PJM to PJM Members, Transmission Owners, resource owners and operators, customers, and regulators to prepare personnel and facilities for extreme hot and/or humid weather conditions which may cause capacity requirements and/or unit unavailability to be substantially higher than forecast are expected to persist for an extended period.
Hot Weather Alert means the notice provided by PJM to PJM Members, Transmission Owners, resource owners and operators, customers, and regulators to prepare personnel and facilities for extreme hot and/or humid weather conditions which may cause capacity requirements and/or unit unavailability to be substantially higher than forecast are expected to persist for an extended period. IDR Transfer Agreement: An agreement to transfer, subject to the terms of Section 49B of the Tariff, Incremental Deliverability Rights to a party for the purpose of eliminating or reducing the need for Local or Network Upgrades that would otherwise have been the responsibility of the party receiving such rights. Immediate-need Reliability Project: “Immediate-need Reliability Project” shall have the same meaning provided in the Operating Agreement.

Examples of Hot Weather Alert in a sentence

  • For Capacity Performance Resources, the Office of the Interconnection: (i) declares a Maximum Generation Emergency; (ii) issues a Maximum Generation Emergency Alert, Hot Weather Alert, Cold Weather Alert; or (iii) schedules units based on the anticipation of a Maximum Generation Emergency, Maximum Generation Emergency Alert, Hot Weather Alert or Cold Weather Alert for all, or any part, of an Operating Day.

  • When a Hot Weather Alert or Cold Weather Alert has been issued, parameters shall be based on the actual operational limitations of the Capacity Performance Resource for both its market-based schedules and cost-based schedules.

  • For Base Capacity Resources, the Office of the Interconnection: (i) declares a Maximum Generation Emergency during hot weather operations; (ii) issues a Maximum Generation Emergency Alert or Hot Weather Alert during hot weather operations; or (iii) schedules units based on the anticipation of a Hot Weather Alert, or a Maximum Generation Emergency or Maximum Generation Emergency Alert during hot weather operations, for all, or any part, of an Operating Day.

  • Combined start-up and notification times shall not exceed 48 hours; (ii) When a Hot Weather Alert has been issued, notification time shall not exceed one hour; and, (iii) When a Hot Weather Alert has been issued, parameters shall be based on the actual operational limitations of the Base Capacity Resource for both its market-based schedules and cost-based schedules.

  • The purpose of the Hot Weather Alert is to prepare personnel and facilities for extreme hot and/ or humid weather conditions which may cause capacity requirements/unit unavailability to be substantially higher than forecast are expected to persist for an extended period.

  • Market Sellers shall not designate as a Maximum Emergency offer any portion of their ICAP committed as a Base Capacity Resource during the months of June through September when PJM has issued a Hot Weather Alert or declared an Emergency Action, or committed as a Capacity Performance Resource at any time during the Delivery Year when PJM has issued a Hot Weather Alert, Cold Weather Alert or declared an Emergency Action.

  • If a unit bid into SPP has resources of less then 32 hours (at maximum capacity) for a steam unit or 16 hours (at maximum capacity) for a CT or Diesel, and SPP has issued Conservative Operations, a Cold or Hot Weather Alert, then the unit must be bid in the Max Emergency category.

  • CTs burning oil, kerosene or diesel with less than 16 hours of remaining fuel are considered to be fuel limited during a Hot Weather Alert.

  • When a Hot Weather Alert has been issued, parameters shall be based on the actual operational limitations of the Base Capacity Resource for both its market-based schedules and cost-based schedules.

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More Definitions of Hot Weather Alert

Hot Weather Alert means the notice provided by PJM to PJM Members, Transmission Owners, resource owners and operators, customers, and regulators to prepare personnel and facilities for extreme hot and/or humid weather conditions which may cause capacity
Hot Weather Alert means the notice provided by PJM to PJM Members, Transmission Owners, resource owners and operators, customers, and regulators to prepare personnel and
Hot Weather Alert means the notice provided by PJM to PJM Members, Transmission

Related to Hot Weather Alert

  • Cold Weather Alert means the notice that PJM provides to PJM Members, Transmission Owners, resource owners and operators, customers, and regulators to prepare personnel and facilities for expected extreme cold weather conditions.

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  • Hot water means water at a temperature of 110°F. or higher.

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  • Sewage sludge weight means the weight of sewage sludge, in dry U.S. tons, including admixtures such as liming materials or bulking agents. Monitoring frequencies for sewage sludge parameters are based on the reported sludge weight generated in a calendar year (use the most recent calendar year data when the NPDES permit is up for renewal).

  • aeroplane means a power-driven heavier-than-air aircraft, deriving its lift in flight chiefly from aerodynamic reactions on surfaces which remain fixed under given conditions of flight;

  • Seaplane means an aeroplane capable normally of taking off from and alighting solely on water;

  • Cider means an alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of juice from primarily apples or pears, or both, which contains not less than 1/2 of 1% and not more than 8.5% of alcohol by volume. Cider may be still or carbonated and may contain other fruits, spices, botanicals, or other flavors.

  • Gasohol means a blended fuel composed of gasoline and fuel grade ethanol.

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  • Inclement Weather means any weather condition that delays the scheduled arrival or departure of a Common Carrier.

  • GATS means the General Agreement on Trade in Services in Annex 1B to the WTO Agreement;

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  • Transportation Service means a service for moving people and goods, such as intercity bus service and passenger rail service.

  • Aviation gasoline means fuel designed for use in the operation of aircraft other than jet aircraft,

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  • Weathertight means that in any sea conditions water will not penetrate into the ship.