In aggregate definition

In aggregate means more than one item of the same equipment or a system with multiple components. For example: the purchase of five chairs. Individually a chair costs $200 and the total cost of the five chairs is $1,000.
In aggregate means that Ex-Im Bank applies foreign content percentages on the aggregate supply contract rather than on each item in the supply contract. This flexibility allows items with little or no foreign content to offset items with relatively large amounts of foreign content.
In aggregate means the cumulative amount transacted so far.

Examples of In aggregate in a sentence

  • In aggregate with existing generation on the line section: (i) the voltage regulation on the line section can be maintained in compliance with relevant requirements under all system conditions, (ii) the voltage fluctuation is within acceptable limits as defined by IEEE 1453 or utility practice similar to IEEE 1453, and (iii) the harmonic levels meet IEEE 519 limits at the point of interconnection.

  • Voltage and Power Quality Screen: In aggregate with existing generation on the line section: (1) the voltage regulation on the line section can be maintained in compliance with relevant requirements under all system conditions; (2) the voltage fluctuation is within acceptable limits as defined by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Standard 1453, or utility practice similar to IEEE Standard 1453; and (3) the harmonic levels meet IEEE Standard 519 limits.

  • In aggregate, the Signatories to this SRI account for more than 80% of the unit sales of Games Consoles in the EU for the relevant Reporting Period.

  • Basic individual respite care.(2) The department shall determine an average unit cost for each service listed in subparagraph 78.34(13) “b”(1) based on actual unit costs from the previous fiscal year plus a cost-of-living adjustment.(3) In aggregate, costs for individual budget services shall not exceed the current costs of waiver program services.

  • In aggregate, Internet traffic exchange arrangements allow an end user of the Internet to interact with other end users on other Internet networks, including content or services that make themselves available by having a public IP address, similar to how the global public switched telephone network consists of networks that route calls based on telephone numbers.

  • In aggregate, the investments are expected to produce a sufficient return over the long term while prudently managing risk.

  • In aggregate, the models provide a statistical representation of the state’s population of newly constructed homes.

  • In aggregate, the REIT’s executive officers and trustees have over 100 years of operating, acquisitions, and financing experience in the Canadian real estate industry.

  • In aggregate, these holdings represent less than 1% of the outstanding shares of Common Stock.

  • In aggregate, the Company’s work commitments for these projects is estimated at $19.0 million Australian dollars.

Related to In aggregate

  • Private aggregator means a non-government aggregator that is

  • Aggregate means the sums expended or to be expended for the provision or performance of any goods or services in connection with the same immediate purpose or task, or the furnishing of similar goods or services, during the same contract year through a contract awarded by a purchasing agent.

  • Permissive Aggregation Group means the Required Aggregation Group of plans plus any other plan or plans of the Employer which, when considered as a group with the Required Aggregation Group, would continue to satisfy the requirements of Code Sections 401(a)(4) and 410.

  • Required Aggregation Group means: (i) each qualified plan of the Employer in which at least one Key Employee participates at any time during the Determination Period; and (ii) any other qualified plan of the Employer which enables a plan described in clause (i) to meet the requirements of Code Section 401(a)(4) or of Code Section 410.

  • Data Aggregation shall have the meaning given to such term under the HIPAA Privacy 32 Rule in 45 CFR § 164.501.

  • fish aggregating device means any man-made or partly man-made floating or semi-submerged device, whether anchored or not, intended for the purpose of aggregating fish, and includes any natural floating object on which a device has been placed to facilitate its location;

  • Available Aggregate Commitment means, at any time, the Aggregate Commitment then in effect minus the Aggregate Outstanding Credit Exposure at such time.

  • Excess Aggregate Contributions means, with respect to any Plan Year, the excess of:

  • Maximum Aggregate Purchase Price has the meaning assigned to such term in the Pricing Side Letter.

  • Total means the sum of all individual pesticides detected and quantified in the monitoring procedure, including their relevant metabolites, degradation and reaction products.

  • Original Class B-3 Percentage The Class B-3 Percentage as of the Cut-Off Date, as set forth in Section 11.10.

  • Original Class B-4 Percentage The Class B-4 Percentage as of the Cut-Off Date, as set forth in Section 11.11.

  • Original Class B-1 Percentage The Class B-1 Percentage as of the Cut-Off Date, as set forth in Section 11.08.

  • Remaining Dollar-Years means the amount obtained by (1) multiplying the amount of each then-remaining principal payment on such Debt by the number of years (calculated at the nearest one-twelfth) that will elapse between the date of determination of the Weighted Average Life to Maturity of such Debt and the date of that required payment and (2) totaling all the products obtained in clause (1) above.

  • Purchase Percentage means, with respect to any Purchased Asset, the applicable Maximum Purchase Percentage specified in Schedule 1 (or as otherwise specified in the applicable Confirmation), as adjusted in accordance with Schedule 1 (or as otherwise specified in the applicable Confirmation).

  • Premium Percentage As defined in the Insurance Agreement.

  • Governmental aggregator means one or more units of local

  • Original Class A Percentage The Class A Percentage as of the Cut-Off Date, as set forth in Section 11.04.

  • Original Class B-6 Percentage The Class B-6 Percentage as of the Cut-Off Date, as set forth in Section 11.13.

  • Equal means subject to all requirements, qualifications and considerations that are not a prohibited ground of discrimination; (“égal”)

  • Class B-3 Optimal Principal Amount As to any Distribution Date, an amount equal to the sum of (I) the sum, as to each Outstanding Mortgage Loan, of the product of (x) the Non-PO Fraction with respect to such Mortgage Loan and (y) the sum of:

  • Original Class B-5 Percentage The Class B-5 Percentage as of the Cut-Off Date, as set forth in Section 11.12.

  • Class B-4 Percentage As to any Distribution Date, except as set forth in the next sentence, the percentage calculated by multiplying (i) the Subordinated Percentage by (ii) a fraction, the numerator of which is the Class B-4 Principal Balance (determined as of the Determination Date preceding such Distribution Date) and the denominator of which is the sum of the Principal Balances of the Classes of Class B Certificates eligible to receive principal distributions for such Distribution Date in accordance with the provisions of Section 4.01(d). Except as set forth in Section 4.01(d)(ii), in the event that the Class B-4 Certificates are not eligible to receive distributions of principal in accordance with Section 4.01(d)(i), the Class B-4 Percentage for such Distribution Date will be zero.

  • Class Percentage With respect to each Class of Subordinate Certificates, for each Distribution Date, the percentage obtained by dividing the Class Principal Amount of such Class immediately prior to such Distribution Date by the sum of the Class Principal Amounts of all Certificates immediately prior to such date.

  • Fully Diluted Outstanding means, when used with reference to Common Stock, at any date as of which the number of shares thereof is to be determined, all shares of Common Stock Outstanding at such date and all shares of Common Stock issuable in respect of this Warrant, outstanding on such date, and other options or warrants to purchase, or securities convertible into, including without limitation the shares of Common Stock outstanding on such date which would be deemed outstanding in accordance with GAAP for purposes of determining book value or net income per share.

  • Original Class B-2 Percentage The Class B-2 Percentage as of the Cut-Off Date, as set forth in Section 11.09.