Planning Period definition

Planning Period means the 12 moths beginning June 1 and extending through May 31 of the following year, or such other period approved by the Members Committee.
Planning Period shall have the meaning specified in the Reliability Assurance Agreement.
Planning Period means the twenty-year period beginning with the date of adoption of a TSP to meet the requirements of this rule.

Examples of Planning Period in a sentence

  • This Agreement shall be effectiveas of the Effective Date and shall have a term that ends upon the earlier of (a) the last hour of the last day of the [[ ] Season of the] [ ] Planning Period (which time and date is 11:59:59 pm central time on [ ]) and (b) the effectivetime of the termination of this Agreement in accordance with its terms, including pursuant to Section 11.2, or by mutual agreement of the Parties.

  • Subject to the other terms hereof, including Section 4.2, for each calendar month of a given Planning Period during the Capacity Credit Term, Buyer shall pay to Seller the Monthly Payment determined in accordance with Schedule 4.1 for Capacity Credits delivered to Buyer for such month up to the applicable Contract Quantity.


More Definitions of Planning Period

Planning Period means one class period per day or the equivalent unencumbered of any teaching or supervisory duties.
Planning Period means the ten (10) year period that begins on the date that the utility files its integrated resource plan with the Commission.
Planning Period shall initially mean the 12 months beginning June 1 and extending through May 31 of the following year, or such other period established by the Reliability Committee established under the Reliability Assurance Agreement.
Planning Period means one class period per day or the equivalent a segment of time in middle and secondary schools during the instructional day that is unencumbered of any teaching or supervisory duties, is not less than 45 minutes or the equivalent of a class period, whichever is greater, and that includes passing time for class changes.
Planning Period means the period of time over which the expected outcomes of a scenario plan are estimated, measured from a 2005 base year, to a future year that corresponds with greenhouse gas emission targets set forth in this division.
Planning Period means the time period between the due date for an agency’s preparation or update of its housing element and the due date for the next housing element according to the applicable schedule described in paragraphs (2) and (3) of subdivision (e) of Government Code Section 65588. Generally, the “Planning period" is eight years.
Planning Period means the twenty-year period fol- lowing the adoption of a comprehensive plan or such longer period as may have been selected as the initial planning hori- zon.