Locational UCAP Seller definition

Locational UCAP Seller means a Member that sells Locational UCAP.
Locational UCAP Seller means a Member that sells Locational UCAP. LOC Deviation: “LOC Deviation,” shall mean, for units other than wind units, the LOC Deviation shall equal the desired megawatt amount for the resource determined according to the point on the Final Offer curve corresponding to the Real-time Settlement Interval real-time Locational Marginal Price at the resource’s bus and adjusted for any Regulation or Tier 2 Synchronized Reserve assignments and limited to the lesser of the unit’s Economic Maximum or the unit’s Generation Resource Maximum Output, minus the actual output of the unit. For wind units, the LOC Deviation shall mean the deviation of the generating unit’s output equal to the lesser of the PJM forecasted output for the unit or the desired megawatt amount for the resource determined according to the point on the Final Offer curve corresponding to the Real-time Settlement Interval real-time Locational Marginal Price at the resource’s bus, and shall be limited to the lesser of the unit’s Economic Maximum or the unit’s Generation Resource Maximum Output, minus the actual output of the unit. Long-lead Project:
Locational UCAP Seller means a Member that sells Locational UCAP. Long-lead Project:

Examples of Locational UCAP Seller in a sentence

  • Failure of a Capacity Market Seller or Locational UCAP Seller to obtain replacement Unforced Capacity to the extent a Generation Capacity Resource that it committed for a Delivery Year is unavailable due to a planned or maintenance outage that occurs during the Peak Season without approval of the Office of the Interconnection, in violation of Section 9(b) of Attachment DD of the PJM Tariff.

  • Capacity Market Sellers that committed Demand Resources and Locational UCAP Sellers that sold Demand Resources that cannot demonstrate the hourly performance of such resource in real-time based on the capacity commitment shall be assessed a Demand Resource Compliance Penalty Charge; provided, however, that such under compliance shall be determined on an aggregate basis for all dispatched Demand Resources committed by the same Capacity Market Seller or same Locational UCAP Seller in a CAA.

  • Locational UCAP may not be sold or purchased prior to the date that the final EFORD is established for such Delivery Year, and if designated to PJM by the Locational UCAP Seller as sold prior to the Third Incremental Auction or Final Incremental Auction, as applicable for a Delivery Year must be confirmed by the buyer prior to such Third Incremental Auction or Final Incremental Auction as purchased for replacement capacity, or such transaction shall be rejected.

  • Investing in a Low-Carbon Energy Future in the Developing World, WBCSD.

  • A Peak-Hour Period Availability Charge shall be assessed on each Capacity Market Seller or Locational UCAP Seller with a net shortfall in PCAP in an LDA, where such charge is equal to such shortfall times the Capacity Resource Clearing Price determined for such Locational Deliverability Area for such Delivery Year.

  • The net Peak- Hour Period availability shortfall or excess for each Capacity Market Seller and FRR Entity in each Locational Deliverability Area shall be the net of the shortfalls and excesses of all Generation Capacity Resources in such Locational Deliverability Area committed by such Capacity Market Seller or Locational UCAP Seller for such Delivery Year.

  • As to any Generation Capacity Resource experiencing or expected to experience a full or partial outage during any Peak-Hour Period that would or could result in a shortfall under subsection (g) above, a Capacity Market Seller or Locational UCAP Seller may obtain and commit Unforced Capacity from a replacement Capacity Resource (not previously committed) meeting the same locational requirements and same or better temporal availability characteristics (i.e., Annual Resources) as such resource.

  • The term “governmental or quasi-governmental corporation” includes a corporation created directly by the state Legislature or by some other governmental body pursuant to specific statutory authorization or direction.


More Definitions of Locational UCAP Seller

Locational UCAP Seller means a Member that sells Locational UCAP. LOC Deviation:

Related to Locational UCAP Seller

  • Locational UCAP means unforced capacity that a Member with available uncommitted capacity sells in a bilateral transaction to a Member that previously committed capacity through an RPM Auction but now requires replacement capacity to fulfill its RPM Auction commitment. The Locational UCAP Seller retains responsibility for performance of the resource providing such replacement capacity.

  • Seller has the meaning set forth in the Preamble.

  • the Seller means East Riding of Yorkshire Council whose main offices are at County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17 9BA;

  • Purchaser/ User means ultimate recipient of goods and services

  • Purchasing Entity means any entity or organization that has been authorized by the State to place Orders with the Contractor, and may include, without limitation, agencies of the State, institution of higher education within the State, political subdivisions of the State, authorized non-profit organizations and other authorized entities.

  • Co-location means the use of an existing tower or structure to support antennae for the provision of wireless services. A replacement tower that is constructed on the same site as an existing tower will be considered a co-location as long as the new tower is no taller than the old tower and that the old tower is removed in a reasonable short time frame after the new tower is constructed.

  • Asset Management Company/UTI AMC/AMC/Investment Manager means the UTI Asset Management Company Limited incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956, (1 of 1956) [replaced by The Companies Act, 2013 (No.18 of 2013)] and approved as such by Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) under sub-regulation (2) of Regulation 21 to act as the Investment Manager to the schemes of UTI Mutual Fund.

  • Financing entity means an underwriter, placement agent, lender, purchaser of securities, purchaser of a policy or certificate from a viatical settlement provider, credit enhancer, or any entity that has a direct ownership in a policy or certificate that is the subject of a viatical settlement contract, but: