Power Electronics means power control electronics equipment meeting the agreed design and performance requirements for the Grid Service System jointly developed by the Parties pursuant to Section 2.1(c)(i), including without limitation, inverters, inverter controls, algorithms and related inverter/grid interconnect components, controls and equipment, including without limitation, circuits, transformers, relays, contactors, fuses, communications cards, and circuit breakers.
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For the avoidance of doubt, the foregoing Grid Service System warranty (i) does not apply to the Grid Interface equipment and (ii) does apply to the Power Electronics, provided that AES procures and transfers to A123 a warranty from its third party supplier(s) having the same duration and substantially the same scope as the warranty set forth above.
For the avoidance of doubt, the above fee shall include the costs of the Power Electronics for the Test Project, which A123 shall procure.
A123 hereby provides AES a warranty on the Test Project that is similar in all material respects to the warranty set forth in subparagraph (a) above, provided that the income sharing arrangement described in Section 4.4 above shall not apply and AES is not responsible for procuring and transferring any supplier warranties for the Power Electronics.
In this role, you will perform the duties customarily associated with this position, including specifically responsibility for the Power Electronics Unit and motor in the Tesla Roadster, and you will report to Ian Wright.
Mansfield, MA 02048 Re: C&D Power Electronics Division Employee Retention Agreement (Letter Agreement) Dear Bill: C&D Technologies, Inc. (C&D or Company) is reviewing strategic options regarding its Power Electronics Division (PED), including the possible sale of PED (such a sale hereinafter referred to as the Transaction) to a third party (the Buyer).