Reference Tariff definition

Reference Tariff means an access charge (including any system premium) applicable to a specified Reference Train Service over a specified part of the Infrastructure as specified in QR Network’s Access Undertaking;
Reference Tariff has the meaning given in the Access Undertaking.

Examples of Reference Tariff in a sentence

  • Such Performance Linked Tariff shall not be higher than 15% over and above the indexed Reference Tariff for that relevant financial year (and this will be the Tariff Cap).

  • From the date of Commercial Operation (CoD) till 31st March of the same financial year, the tariff would be limited to the indexed Reference Tariff relevant to that year, which would be the ceiling.

  • Determination of indexed Reference Tariff and Performance Linked Tariff will follow the illustration shown in the Appendix attached to the tariff guidelines of 2013.

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More Definitions of Reference Tariff

Reference Tariff means a Tariff specified in an Access Arrangement as corresponding to a Reference Service and which has the operation that is described in sections 6.13 and 6.18.
Reference Tariff means the Tariff that corresponds to a Haulage Reference Service or an Ancillary Reference Service.
Reference Tariff bears the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 1 of the Power Purchase Agreement;
Reference Tariff means the Reference Capacity Price and the Reference Energy Price;
Reference Tariff means the tariff for a Transportation Service or an Additional Service, as set out in or established pursuant to, this Access Arrangement.
Reference Tariff means a tariff, which relates to a Reference Service. “Regulator” means Relevant Regulator.
Reference Tariff means the Reference Tariff described in Section 3.