Peak definition

Peak means the Morning Peak and the Evening Peak;
Peak where applicable, has the meaning ascribed to it in Schedule 5;

Examples of Peak in a sentence

  • Peak PerformanceTiger of SwedenBy MaleneBirgerPremium BrandsNon-core businessCont.

  • In both events, the shut-down cooling system fails to start and decay heat is removed passively by thermal radiation and natural convection from the reactor vessel.14 Peak temperatures for these events have been reported for the fuel, the control rods, and the RPV.

  • The Customer may apply for the Company to develop or procure renewable generation capacity up to 125% of the Customer’s aggregate Maximum Annual Peak Demand at eligible Customer service location(s) within Duke Energy Progress’ North Carolina service territory.

  • PG&E, supported by SDG&E, suggests revisions that would allow a Provider to register an existing Critical Peak Pricing customer, with no tariffed or contract obligations, for direct participation after the Utility notifies the customer that it will be removed from the program and that customer does not object.

  • We, therefore, find it reasonable to specifically address Critical Peak Pricing in the context of dual participation rules because it has default andopt-out provisions that other demand response programs do not have.


More Definitions of Peak

Peak means overburden removed from its natural position and deposited elsewhere in the shape of conical piles or projecting points.
Peak means in Table 3.1 [start time] to [end time] and [start time] to [end time]. 2 "Off-Peak" means in Table 3.1 [start time] to [end time]
Peak the period of time between 1830 and 2300 hours each day
Peak the period of time between 1830 and 2300 hours each day 2 The Off-Peak rate only applies where the Programme was first Transmitted at a time commencing in the Peak period.
Peak means the hours designated as peak from time to time by the UDC.
Peak means the hours designated as peak from time to time by the UDC. “Renewable Portfolio Standards Costs” means the costs associated with meeting renewable portfolio standards costs at the levels required by currently applicable Law. If Renewable Portfolio Standards Costs are not included in the contract price, such costs for a particular month will be the product of (i) the Monthly RPS Price; and (ii) an Account’s monthly kWh usage. The Monthly RPS Price is the price of renewable portfolio standards compliance for the Account, for a particular month, fixed by us by reference to the renewable portfolio standards forward price curve for the state where the Account is located.