Interconnector definition

Interconnector means equipment used to link the electricity system of the State to electricity systems outside of the State;
Interconnector means for the purposes of this licence, equipment used to link the transmission system to electricity systems outside of the Island of Ireland, and (for the avoidance of doubt) does not include the North/South Circuits;
Interconnector means a transmission line which crosses or spans a border between Member States for the purpose of connecting the national transmission system of those Member States or a transmission line between a Member State and a third country up to the territory of the Member States or the territorial sea of that Member State;

More Definitions of Interconnector

Interconnector means the electric lines and electric plant used solelyfor conveying electricity directly to or from a substation or converter station within Ireland, into or out of Ireland and where conveying of electricity may occur within but not into or out of Ireland without such electric lines and electric plant in their entirety;
Interconnector means facilities which Connect two Systems;
Interconnector means equipment used to link electricity systems;
Interconnector means a transmission line which crosses or spans a border between Member States and which connects the national transmission systems of the Member States;
Interconnector has the meaning given to it in the Grid Code;
Interconnector means an interconnector pipeline which connects the National Transmission System to a gas transmission system of an EU Member state (or to more than one such system);
Interconnector means ⇨ a transmission line which crosses or spans a border between bidding zones, between Member States or, up to the border of EU jurisdiction, between Member States and third countries ⇦ equipment used to link electricity systems;