Power Company definition

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Examples of Power Company in a sentence

The Department granted petitions to intervene as full parties in each proceeding filed by the Department of Energy Resources (“DOER”), Acadia Center, Central Maine Power Company (“CMP”), Champlain VT LLC d/b/a TDI New England (“TDI-NE”), Conservation Law Foundation (“CLF”), Low-Income Weatherization and Fuel Assistance Program Network (“LEAN”), and NextEra Energy Resources, LLC (“NextEra”).

In its order dated 06-05-2015, CERC has reduced the capital cost from Rs. 7774.88 Crores claimed by Indira Gandhi Super Thermal Power Project (three units of 500 MW each of Aravali Power Company Pvt.

Upon customer request, Indiana Michigan Power Company (Company) may provide financial assistance in the form of loans to residential customers for the cost of certain energy conservation measures.

Consequent to conversion, the name of the Transferor Company 1 was changed to ‘Vadinar Power Company Private Limited’ vide Fresh Certificate of Incorporation dated June 7, 1999.

Consequent to further conversion, the name of the Transferor Company 1 was again changed to ‘Vadinar Power Company Limited’ vide endorsement made by the Registrar of Companies on June 20, 2000 to the existing Certificate of Incorporation with effect from March 15, 2000.


More Definitions of Power Company

Power Company means the electric power company with which an association or a person has an agreement to supply the association or person with electric power;
Power Company means Scottish & Southern Electricity plc or a subsidiary or group company of that company, or such other electricity company as is of sufficient financial standing and has sufficient technical resources to enter into a Power Supply Agreement;
Power Company means a legal entity, enterprise, or a public law institution, or body (i) that receives some or all of its income from the Power Sector, (ii) that trades any form of electricity or heat contracts, futures and other derivatives, including options, or (iii) that services, manufactures