Planning Period Balance definition

Planning Period Balance means the entire period of time remaining in the Planning Period following the month that a monthly auction is conducted.
Planning Period Balance means the entire period of time remaining in the Planning Period following the month that a monthly auction is conducted. Planning Period Quarter:

Examples of Planning Period Balance in a sentence

  • Auction bids for Financial Transmission Rights submitted in the monthly auctions may specify as receipt and delivery points any combination of available hubs, Zones, aggregates, generators, and Interface Pricing Points for bids that cover any month beyond the next month, including bids that cover Planning Period Quarters or the Planning Period Balance.

Related to Planning Period Balance

  • Planning Period Quarter means any of the following three month periods in the Planning Period: June, July and August; September, October and November; December, January and February; or March, April and May.

  • 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.

  • Semi-annual (2/Year) sampling frequency means the sampling shall be done during the months of June and December, unless specifically identified otherwise.

  • Semi-annual (2/Year) sampling frequency means the sampling shall be done during the months of June and December, unless specifically identified otherwise.

  • One-hundred-year flood means a flood having a one per cent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year.