Open Access definition

Open Access means the non-discriminatory provision for the use of transmission lines or distribution system or associated facilities with such lines or system by any licensee or consumer or a person engaged in generation in accordance with the regulations specified by the Appropriate Commission;
Open Access means content which is distributed in digital format to the end- user without charge. Open Access may confer certain rights in the content to the end-user, including the ability to re-distribute it or to create derivative works from it.

Examples of Open Access in a sentence

  • Notwithstanding any contractual requirement for longer than 90 days’ notice to discontinue Standard Service, customers may elect to take service from a qualified Alternate Electric Supplier (AES), pursuant to the Terms and Conditions of Open Access Distribution Service, by providing 90 days’ written notice to the Company.

  • A written agreement may, at the Company's option, be required to fulfill the provisions of Items 1, 9, and/or 12 of the Terms and Conditions of Standard Service, or Items 1, 11, and/or 17 of the Terms and Conditions of Open Access Distribution Service, as applicable.

  • The ISO shall recover supplemental payments to Demand Reduction Providers pursuant to Rate Schedule I of its Open Access Transmission Services Tariff.

  • Capitalized terms used herein and not otherwise defined have the meaning used in the PJM Open Access Transmission Tariff (“OATT”).

  • It should be noted that 16 NYCRR §1001.5(a) requires the preparation of a system reliability impact study (SRIS), performed in accordance with the Open Access Transmission Tariff of the NYISO approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.


More Definitions of Open Access

Open Access means Open Access as defined in the Electricity Act 2003 and as may be amended from time to time;
Open Access. , on the other hand, means that retail electricity customers and suppliers of electricity may also contract with the transmission company and the distribution company for the “wheeling” or delivery of energy/electricity through the transmission or distribution wires.