Examples of Network Operating Committee in a sentence
The ISO Operating Committee will serve as the Network Operating Committee and will coordinate operating criteria for the parties' respective responsibilities under the Network Operating Agreement.
A Network Operating Committee (Committee) shall be established to coordinate operating criteria for the Parties’ respective responsibilities under the Network Operating Agreement.
The Network Operating Committee shall meet at least once per year to coordinate operating criteria and other technical considerations required for implementation of Network Integration Transmission Service under Part 3 of the Tariff.
The Network Operating Committee shall, from time to time as necessary, determine methods and take reasonably appropriate action to assure maximum delivery of power and energy at the points of receipt and delivery and at such additional or alternate points of receipt and delivery as may be established by the Parties.
The Network Operating Committee shall be composed of at least one representative from each participating Network Customer and the Transmission Provider or their designated agents.
Where the Transmission Customer purchases Control Area Services from third parties, the Transmission Customer shall have the responsibility to secure contractual arrangements with such third parties that are consistent with the Transmission Provider’s Control Area Services Tariff, this Network Operating Agreement, and any applicable rules and procedures of the Network Operating Committee.
The Transmission Customer shall operate its generating resources in a manner similar to that of the Transmission Provider including following voltage schedules and meeting power factor requirements at the point of interconnection with the Transmission Provider's system, and such other criteria as may be developed by the Transmission Provider or the Network Operating Committee.
Each member of the Network Operating Committee shall be fully authorized to act on behalf of its Party with respect to all matters contemplated in the Network Operating Agreement but will not be authorized to amend the Agreement.
The Network Operating Committee shall review Transmission Customer's plans for reasonableness and consistency with Good Utility Practice.
Therefore, rather than performing redundant meetings and activities, this local transmission planning process shall substantially provide for the requirements of the Network Operating Committee.