Installed Capacity definition

Installed Capacity or 'IC’ means the summation of the name plate capacities of all the units of the generating station or the capacity of the generating station (reckoned at the generator terminals), approved by the Commission from time to time;
Installed Capacity means {the name plate capacity of all the units of the Solar PV Project reckoned at Generator Terminals or the AC Rating of the Solar PV Project at Delivery Point}.
Installed Capacity means the capacity of the Project at the generating terminal(s) and shall be equal to MW.

Examples of Installed Capacity in a sentence

  • The five-year CRIS set and reset period will terminate early, before five Net-ICAP values have been recorded if any of the following conditions occurs: (i) the BTM:NG Resource ceases to qualify as a BTM:NG Resource pursuant to Section 5.12.1 of the Services Tariff; (ii) the BTM:NG Resource elects to participate as another type of Installed Capacity Supplier, other than as a BTM:NG Resource; or (iii) the BTM:NG Resource’s Net ICAP is equal to or less than zero for a Capability Period.

  • While the External CRIS Rights are in effect, External Installed Capacity associated with External CRIS Rights is not subject to (1) the deliverability determination described above in Section 25.7.10 of this Attachment S, (2) the annual deliverability determination applied in the import limit setting process described in Section 5.12.2.2 of the Services Tariff, or (3) to the allocation of import rights described in ISO Procedures.

  • The MW amount of CRIS requested by a Developer, stated in MW of Installed Capacity (“ICAP”), cannot exceed the MW levels specified in Sections 25.8.1 of this Attachment S.

  • As described in detail in Section 5.12.2 of the Services Tariff, the deliverability of External Installed Capacity not associated with Unforced Capacity Deliverability Rights, External-to ROS Deliverability Rights or External CRIS Rights will be evaluated separately as a part of the annual process under the Services Tariff that sets import rights for the upcoming Capability Year, to determine the amount of External Installed Capacity that can be imported to the New York Control Area.

  • A Developer, in order to be eligible to become an Installed Capacity Supplier or receive Unforced Capacity Deliverability Rights or External-to-ROS Deliverability Rights, must obtain CRIS pursuant to the procedures set forth in this Attachment S.


More Definitions of Installed Capacity

Installed Capacity means the sum total of name plate capacity of all the Units of the Project.
Installed Capacity means the capacity of the Project at the generating terminal(s) and and may be within ± 5% of Contracted Capacity, provided that necessary evacuation consent shall have to be arranged from GETCO / CTU.
Installed Capacity means the capacity of the Facility (expressed in MW) were it to be operated on a continual basis at the maximum capacity possible without causing damage to it (assuming any source of power used by it to generate electricity was available to it without interruption);
Installed Capacity means the AC capacity of the Project at the generating terminal(s) and and shall not exceed Contracted Capacity.
Installed Capacity means the summation of the name plate capacities expressed in kWp of all the units of the generating station or the capacity of the project reckoned at the output terminals of the solar project approved by the Commission.
Installed Capacity means the name plate capacity of all the units of the Power Project or the capacity of the Power Project (reckoned at the generator terminals),;
Installed Capacity means the summation of the name plate capacities of all the Units of the Project as determined at the TEC by the Nodal Agency subject to normal de-rating / re-rating as per the guidelines of CEA;