metered definition

metered means, in relation to any quantity distributed, as measured by a meter installed for such purpose or (where no such meter is installed or it is not reasonably practicable to measure the quantity by such meter) as otherwise reasonably calculated.
metered means in relation to any quantity of units of electricity transmitted, as measured by a meter installed for such purpose or (where no such meter is installed) as otherwise reasonably calculated.
metered means, in relation to any quantity of electricity distributed, as measured by a meter installed for such purpose.

Examples of metered in a sentence

  • A Meter Service Agreement entered into by a Scheduling Coordinator applies to the Scheduling Coordinator only in its capacity as Scheduling Coordinator for those Scheduling Coordinator Metered Entities.

  • A Meter Service Agreement entered into by a CAISO Metered Entity only applies to those entities that the CAISO Metered Entity represents.

  • The CAISO Metered Entity must amend the MSA CAISOME to identify any new authorized users.

  • Such agreements specify that CAISO Metered Entities make available to CAISO's RMDAPS, Revenue Quality Meter Data meeting the requirements of this BPM.

  • A pro forma version of the Meter Service Agreement for ISO Metered Entities is set forth in Appendix B.6 of the CAISO Tariff and can be found on CAISO Website at: www.caiso.com.


More Definitions of metered

metered means in relation to any quantity, as measured by a meter installed for such purpose pursuant to the Metering and Data Exchange Code or (where no such meter is installed) as otherwise reasonably calculated;
metered means that all or some of the charges for a supply of water or the provision of sewerage services are based on measured quantities of volume;
metered means, in relation to any quantity sold, as measured by metering required pursuant to and defined in the Grid Code or (where no such meter is installed) as otherwise reasonably calculated;
metered means in relation to any quantity of units of electricity transmitted, as measured by a meter installed for such purpose or (where no such meter is installed) as otherwise reasonably calculated."network rates"means:(a) in England and Wales, the rates payable by the licensee in respect of hereditaments on the Central Rating Lists (England and Wales) compiled under section 52 of the Local Government Finance Act 1988 and hereditaments on the Local Rating Lists compiled under sections 41 and 41A of the Local Government Finance Act 1988; and(b) in Scotland, the rates payable by the licensee in respect of any land and heritages on the Valuation Rolls compiled under the Local Government Scotland Act 1975, the Local Government etc (Scotland) Act 1994, or any legislation amending or replacing those enactments"network rates revaluation"means the exercise undertaken, typically at five yearly intervals, to reset the network rates payable by the licensee."outage"means a planned temporary reduction in the extent to which transmission services are provided by a Transmission Owner."regulated transmission revenue"means the revenue (measured on an accruals basis) derived from the provision of transmission owner services (including to any separate business, other than the transmission business) in the relevant year, after deduction of value added tax (if any) and any other taxes based directly on the amounts so derived."Retail Price Index number"means the monthly index number of retail prices as identified by series CHAW by the Office of National Statistics where the index on 13 January 1987 = 100
metered means in relation to any electricity metered quantity, including active energy, reactive energy and demand, as measured by a meter installed for such a purpose under the Metering Code;
metered means any domestic, commercial or irrigation water user whose consumption of water is measured by what is commonly known as a water meter;