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.