Load Serving Entity definition

Load Serving Entity or “LSE” shall have the meaning specified in the Reliability Assurance Agreement.
Load Serving Entity means an entity that secures energy and Transmission Service (and related Interconnected Operations Services) to serve the electrical demand and energy requirements of its end-use customers.**

Examples of Load Serving Entity in a sentence

  • A Load Serving Entity subject to this requirement may purchase up to a specified portion of it actual load requirements (the “Allowance Level”) in the Real-Time Market without penalty, as determined by the ISO to be appropriate in recognition of the uncertainty of load forecasting.

  • As a Load Serving Entity (LSE) within the state of California, SDCP will be required to comply with a variety of regulations, including participation in certain reporting programs administered by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and California Energy Commission (CEC).

  • Midwest Reliability Organization (MRO) confirmed that WLMRWL was included on the NERC Compliance Registry as a Distribution Provider (DP) and a Load Serving Entity on May 30, 2007 and as a Transmission Owner (TO) on August 30, 2010.


More Definitions of Load Serving Entity

Load Serving Entity means an entity, including a load aggregator or power marketer, (1) serving end-users within the PJM Control Area, and (2) that has been granted the authority or has an obligation pursuant to state or local law, regulation or franchise to sell electric energy to end-users located within the PJM Control Area, or the duly designated agent of such an entity.
Load Serving Entity has the meaning provided in the CES Order.
Load Serving Entity or “LSE” has the meaning provided in the CES Order.
Load Serving Entity or “LSE” shall have the meaning ascribed to it in the PJM Agreements.
Load Serving Entity or “LSE” shall mean any entity (or the duly designated agent of such an entity), including a load aggregator or power marketer, (i) serving end-users within the PJM Region, and (ii) that has been granted the authority or has an obligation pursuant to state or local law, regulation or franchise to sell electric energy to end-users located within the PJM Region. Load Serving Entity shall include any end-use customer that qualifies under state rules or a utility retail tariff to manage directly its own supply of electric power and energy and use of transmission and ancillary services.
Load Serving Entity or “LSE” means any entity or individual that sells retail commodity electricity supply to an end-use customer located in New York State, including any ESCO and each electric distribution company regulated by the PSC, serving in their roles as electric commodity supplier of last resort, jurisdictional municipal utilities, community choice aggregators not otherwise served by an ESCO, customers purchasing power directly from NYISO, and Long Island Power Authority (“LIPA”) and the New York Power Authority (“NYPA”) to the extent LIPA and NYPA have voluntarily agreed to act as LSEs.
Load Serving Entity or “LSE” means any company that (a) sells or provides electricity to end users located in California, or (b) generates electricity at one site and consumes electricity at another site that is in California and that is owned or controlled by the company. LSE does not include the owner or operator of a cogenerator.