Interconnection Study definition

Interconnection Study means any of the studies defined in the CAISO Tariff or, if applicable, any distribution provider’s tariff that reflect the methodology and costs to interconnect the Project to the Participating Transmission Owner’s electric grid.
Interconnection Study means a study prepared by or on behalf of the Transmission Provider or the CAISO to evaluate the impact of the interconnection of the Generating Facility to the Transmission Provider’s electric system or the applicable Control Area operator’s electric grid.
Interconnection Study means any of the following studies: the interconnection Feasibility Study, the interconnection System Impact Study, and the interconnection Facilities Study, or the restudy of any of the above, described in the generator interconnection procedures.

Examples of Interconnection Study in a sentence

Asynchronous Generating Facilities shall also be able to provide sufficient dynamic voltage support in lieu of the power system stabilizer and automatic voltage regulation at the generator excitation system if the Phase II Interconnection Study shows this to be required for system safety or reliability.

The ISO evaluates a Transmission Interconnection Application for compliance with the NYISO Transmission Interconnection Standard throughout the Transmission Interconnection Study process.

At other times, the ISO may also utilize a Connecting Transmission Owner or other third party to perform such Transmission Interconnection Study, either in response to a general request of the Transmission Developer, or on its own volition.

The ISO will include those results on Affected Systems in its applicable Transmission Interconnection Study within the time frame specified in these Transmission Interconnection Procedures.

If at the time of the signing of a Transmission Interconnection Study agreement there is disagreement as to the estimated time to complete a Transmission Interconnection Study, then the Transmission Developer may request the ISO to utilize a consultant or other third party reasonably acceptable to the Transmission Developer and the ISO to perform such Transmission Interconnection Study under the direction of the ISO.


More Definitions of Interconnection Study

Interconnection Study means the necessary studies performed by National Grid for interconnection or Modification of an interconnection of the Municipal to the National Grid Transmission System. National Grid shall perform those studies that, in the judgment of National Grid, are necessary to determine (a) an appropriate Interconnection Point and delivery point, (b) conceptual equipment and the facilities necessary and desirable for the construction and operation of new or additional or modified facilities, (c) the interconnection voltage and operational constraints, (d) the estimated costs of facilities and/or the costs for National Grid's design, review, assistance and inspection of facilities to be designed and constructed by Municipal, (e) the estimated costs of any new reinforcements to or additions of new facilities to the National Grid Transmission System or the National Grid Interconnection Facilities required or recommended to be made in order for National Grid to interconnect with Municipal in accordance with NYISO Tariff rules and regulations and as such Interconnection Study is attached hereto as Exhibit B. Interconnection Study shall include the Interconnection Feasibility Study and the Interconnection System Reliability Impact Study.
Interconnection Study means any of the studies defined in the CAISO’s Tariff or any Transmission Provider’s tariff that reflect methodology and costs to interconnect the Generating Facility to the Transmission Provider’s electric grid.
Interconnection Study means any of the studies defined in the CAISO Tariff or any Transmission/Distribution Owner’s tariff that reflect methodology and costs to interconnect the Facility to the Transmission/Distribution Owner’s electric grid, by which either CAISO or the Transmission/Distribution Owner evaluates the impacts of a proposed interconnection to the electric grid, and assigns mitigations to offset the identified impacts. Types of study processes include the PG&E System Impact Study in the Independent Study Process, a completed PG&E Distribution Group Study Phase 1 Interconnection Study in the Distribution Group Study Process, a completed PG&E Phase 1 Study in the Cluster Study Process or a completed CAISO Cluster Study, Independent Study or Fast Track Study, or make use of an existing interconnection agreement to the extent permitted by PG&E’s or CAISO’s tariff.
Interconnection Study or “Interconnection Studies” means (a) any of the studies defined in the Tariff or any PTO’s tariff that reflect methodology and costs to interconnect the Project to the PTO’s electric grid, and (b) any of the studies performed by the PTO, retail electric service provider, or CAISO pursuant to Applicable Law that reflect the costs to interconnect, or establish service for, the Project for purposes of charging the Project with electric energy.
Interconnection Study means any of the studies defined in any Transmission Owner’s tariff that reflect methodology and costs to interconnect the Project to the Transmission Owner’s electric grid.
Interconnection Study means the July 29, 2004 study issued by Niagara Mohawk to assess the operating status of the Production Facility and interconnection to the adjacent Electrical System. The July 29, 2004 Interconnection Study is attached hereto as Exhibit B.