Definition of Power Contracts


Power Contracts means the separate Power Contracts dated as February 1, 1968, as amended through the 2001 Amendatory Agreement, between Vermont Yankee and each of the Sponsors

Examples of Power Contracts in a sentence

SeeCFR 1700.1. RUS documents means the RUS loan contract, RUS mortgage and, if the Borrower is engaged in the wholesale sale of electric power and energy to members pursuant to RUS Wholesale Power Contracts, the RUS Wholesale Power Contract.
DWR's obligation to make payments hereunder shall be limited solely to the Fund and shall be payable as an operating expense of the Fund solely from Power Charges subject and subordinate to each Priority Long Term Power Contract in accordance with the priorities and limitations established with respect to the Fund's operating expenses in any indenture providing for the issuance of Bonds and in the Rate Agreement and in the Priority Long Term Power Contracts.
The Power Contracts and the Additional Power Contracts also provide, in the event of their earlier cancellation, for the survival of the decommissioning cost obligation and for the applicable provisions thereof to remain in effect to permit final billings of costs incurred prior to such cancellation.
See 7 CFR 1700.1. RUS documents means the RUS loan contract, RUS mortgage and, if the Borrower is engaged in the wholesale sale of electric power and energy to members pursuant to RUS Wholesale Power Contracts, the RUS Wholesale Power Contract.
Remarks of Ken Davies (Google) as recorded in "Battle Over Power Contracts." Project Finance Newswire, November 2011, pp.