Market Violation definition

Market Violation means a tariff violation, violation of a Commission-approved order, rule or regulation, market manipulation, or inappropriate dispatch that creates substantial concerns regarding unnecessary market inefficiencies, as defined in 18 C.F.R. § 35.28(b)(8).
Market Violation means any of (i) a tariff violation, (ii) violation of a Commission-accepted or approved order, rule or regulation including, but not limited to, violations of FERC’s Market Behavior Rules, 18 CFR § 35.41, or any successor provisions thereto, (iii) market manipulation (see 18 CFR § 1c.2, or any successor provision thereto), or (iv) inappropriate dispatch that creates substantial concerns regarding unnecessary market inefficiencies.

Examples of Market Violation in a sentence

  • The Market Monitoring Unit may continue to monitor for repeated instances of the reported activity by the same or other entities and shall respond to requests from the Commission for additional information in connection with the alleged Market Violation it has referred.

  • Once the Market Monitoring Unit has obtained sufficient credible information to warrant referral to the Commission, the Market Monitoring Unit shall immediately refer the matter to the Commission and desist from further investigation of independent action related to the alleged Market Violation, except at the express direction of the Commission or Commission staff.


More Definitions of Market Violation

Market Violation means a tariff violation, violation of a Commission-approved order, rule
Market Violation means a tariffviolation, violation of a Commission- approved order, rule or regulation, market manipulation, or inappropriate dispatch that creates substantial con- cerns regarding unnecessary market inefficiencies.
Market Violation means a tariff violation, violation of a Commission-approved order, rule or regulation, market manipulation, or inappropriate dispatch that creates substantial concerns regarding unnecessary market inefficiencies. * * * * * (g) Tariffs and operations of Commission-approved independent system operators and regional transmission organizations. (1) Demand response and pricing.
Market Violation means a tariff violation, violation of a Commission- approved order, rule or regulation, market manipulation, or inappropriate dispatch that creates substantial con- cerns regarding unnecessary market inefficiencies. 18 CFR Ch. I (4–1–19 Edition)
Market Violation means a tariff violation, violation of a Commission-approved order, rule or regulation, market manipulation, or inappropriate dispatch that creates substantial concerns regarding unnecessary market inefficiencies, as defined in 18 C.F.R. § 35.28(b)(8). Material: For these purposes, material is defined in §I.B.3, Material Changes. For the purposes herein, the use of the term "material" is not necessarily synonymous with use of the term by governmental agencies and regulatory bodies. Material Modification: Any modification to an Interconnection Request that has a material adverse effect on the cost or timing of Interconnection Studies related to, or any Network Upgrades or Local Upgrades needed to accommodate, any Interconnection Request with a later Queue Position.
Market Violation means a tariff violation, violation of a Commission-
Market Violation means a tariff violation, violation of a Commission- approved order, rule or regulation, market manipulation, or inappropriate dispatch that creates substantial con- cerns regarding unnecessary market inefficiencies. 18 CFR Ch. I (4–1–19 Edition)