Point of Delivery definition

Point of Delivery. , or “POD” means the point at which electrical energy is transferred from a transmission facility owner’s Transmission Facility to a distribution system and where the electric energy so transferred is measured;
Point of Delivery means the high side of the generation step up transformer(s) located at the point of interconnection between the Facility and PGE's distribution or transmission system, as specified in the Generation Interconnection Agreement.
Point of Delivery means the point of interconnection between the Facility and the System, as specified in the Generation Interconnection Agreement and as further described in Exhibit 9.2.

Examples of Point of Delivery in a sentence

  • A Network Customer may elect to designate less than its total load as Network Load but may not designate only part of the load at a discrete Point of Delivery.

  • The execution of this Agreement does not constitute a request for, nor agreement to provide, any Transmission Service under the NYISO OATT, and does not convey any right to deliver electricity to any specific customer or Point of Delivery.

  • The execution of this Agreement does not constitute a request for, nor agreement to provide, any Transmission Service under the ISO OATT, and does not convey any right to deliver electricity to any specific customer or Point of Delivery.

  • If all evidence/documentation is complete, the USOE shall recommend the applicant for a Level 1 educator license.

  • The Transmission Customer shall provide, unless waived by the Transmission Provider, notification to the Transmission Provider identifying such systems and authorizing them to schedule the capacity and energy to be transmitted by the Transmission Provider pursuant to Part II of the Tariff on behalf of the Receiving Party at the Point of Delivery or the Delivering Party at the Point of Receipt.


More Definitions of Point of Delivery

Point of Delivery means a point on the Company EPS where the Interconnecting Customer makes capacity and energy available to the Company. The Point of Delivery shall be specified in the Interconnection Service Agreement.
Point of Delivery or “POD” means the point at which Energy is transferred from a Transmission Facility to FortisAlberta’s Electric Distribution System or Transmission Connected Services;
Point of Delivery means such date and time that the recipient (or its agent) acknowledges in written form its receipt of delivery of Bullion;
Point of Delivery means such date and time that the recipient or its agent acknowledges in written form its receipt of delivery of Precious Metal.
Point of Delivery means a point on the electricity transmission or distribution system where a deliverer makes electricity available to a receiver, or available to serve load. This point may be an interconnection with another system or a substation where the transmission provider's transmission and distribution systems are connected to another system, or a distribution substation where electricity is imported into the state over a multijurisdictional retail provider's distribution system.
Point of Delivery means the location at which property or a product is delivered or service rendered.
Point of Delivery or “POD” means the point on an electricity transmission or distribution system where a deliverer makes electricity available to a receiver or available to serve load. This point can be an interconnection with another system or a substation where the transmission provider’s transmission and distribution systems are connected to another system, or a distribution substation where electricity is imported into California over a multi-jurisdictional retail provider’s distribution system.