Maximum Capacity definition

Maximum Capacity or ‘Pmax’ means the maximum continuous active power which a power-generating module can produce, less any demand associated solely with facilitating the operation of that power-generating module and not fed into the network as specified in the connection agreement or as agreed between the relevant system operator and the power-generating facility owner;
Maximum Capacity means the maximum inner volume of receptacles or packagings including intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) and large packagings expressed in cubic metres or litres;
Maximum Capacity means the number of youth that can be housed at any one time in a juvenile hall, camp, ranch, home, forestry camp, regional youth education facility or boot camp in accordance with provisions in this subchapter.

Examples of Maximum Capacity in a sentence

  • CURRENT MONTHLY INCOME means the income a Person receives while Disabled, plus the income the Person could receive if he were working to his Maximum Capacity.

  • Any unused capacity identified in such review may be released for use by other customers and the Maximum Capacity reduced to an agreed level within the Bilateral Connection Agreement.

  • For an LDNO the Required Capacity (expressed in kVA) is the Maximum Capacity to be provided at the boundary between the LDNO’s distribution network and our Distribution System.

  • The Minimum Scheme is a new 800kVA substation looped into existing HV network.The Connection Charge for this Scheme is calculated as follows: Extension Assets: Total Connection Charge = £63,100Example 4: Additional load application for commercial Premises (requiring a new connection from the HV network)A Customer requests to increase the Maximum Capacity of their existing LV connection from 200kVA to 850kVA; an increase of 650kVA (the Required Capacity).

  • Current Earnings means any actual pre-tax monthly income You receive while You are working and eligible to receive a Monthly Benefit, or the pre-tax earnings You could receive if You were working at Your Maximum Capacity.


More Definitions of Maximum Capacity

Maximum Capacity means the maximum MW of Demand Response committed by the Provider in respect of each applicable Flexibility Service in a Zone as set out in a relevant Contract Award;
Maximum Capacity means the design maximum hourly capacity of a stationary source or highest demonstrated hourly capacity of a stationary source, whichever is greater, multiplied by 365 days per year and 24 hours per day, or some other time period as may be accepted by the commissioner.
Maximum Capacity means, as of any date for any period, the maximum number of MPD capable of being completed at the Newport Beach Fab during such period based on available equipment, tools, and personnel, without additional capital spending or equipment purchases. Maximum Capacity as of the Effective Date is reflected in Exhibit D (Newport Beach Fab Capacity).
Maximum Capacity means the quantity of air contaminants that theoretically could be emitted by a stationary source without control devices based on the design capacity or maximum production capacity of the source and 8,760 hours of operation per year. In determining the maximum theoretical emissions of VOCs for a source, the design capacity or maximum production capacity shall include the use of raw materials, coatings and inks with the highest VOC content used in practice by the source.
Maximum Capacity means Elan’s maximum quarterly manufacturing capacity for the Product from time to time, as agreed in, or determined pursuant to, the Technical Agreement.
Maximum Capacity means the storage volume of a reservoir, in acre-feet, at the lowest point on the top of dam independent of low points caused by partial failure or collapse.
Maximum Capacity means in relation to a Delivery Point, the maximum quantity of Gas that can be delivered from that Delivery Point on a Day as reasonably and prudently determined by the Service Provider (which, at the Lodgment Date, is set out in Schedule 1 Attachment B);