Reserved Capacity definition

Reserved Capacity means the power transfer in MW between the specified point(s) of injection and point(s) of drawal allowed to a short-term customer on the transmission/distribution system depending on availability of transmission/distribution capacity and the expression "reservation of capacity" shall be construed accordingly;
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Reserved Capacity means capacity or space on a Pole that Utility has identified and reserved for its own electric utility requirements, including the installation of communications circuits for operation of Utility’s electric system, pursuant to a reasonable projected need or business plan.
Reserved Capacity means the volume in bpd for each Terminal as set forth in Schedule A attached hereto.

Examples of Reserved Capacity in a sentence

The Transmission Customer will be billed for its Reserved Capacity under the terms of Schedule 7.

The greater of either (1) the sum of the capacity reservations at the Point(s) of Receipt, or (2) the sum of the capacity reservations at the Point(s) of Delivery shall be the Transmission Customer’s Reserved Capacity.

The total demand charge in any day, pursuant to a reservation for Hourly delivery, shall not exceed the rate specified in section (3) above times the highest amount in kilowatts of Reserved Capacity in any hour during such day.

The sum of all Firm and Non-Firm Point-to-Point Transmission Service provided to the Transmission Customer at any time pursuant to this section shall not exceed the Reserved Capacity in the relevant Service Agreement under which such services are provided.

The sum of all Firm and non-firm Point-To-Point Transmission Service provided to the Transmission Customer at any time pursuant to this section shall not exceed the Reserved Capacity in the relevant Service Agreement under which such services are provided.


More Definitions of Reserved Capacity

Reserved Capacity means Capacity or space on a Pole or Streetlight Pole that CPS Energy has identified and reserved for its own CPS Energy core electric utility service and lighting requirements, including space for any and all associated internal communications functions that are essential to the proper operations of such core electric utility service, pursuant to reasonable projected need.
Reserved Capacity means the maximum amount of capacity and energy that the Transmission Provider agrees to transmit for the Transmission Customer over the Transmission Provider’s Transmission System between the Point(s) of Receipt and the Point(s) of Delivery under Tariff, Part II. Reserved Capacity shall be expressed in terms of whole megawatts on a sixty (60) minute interval (commencing on the clock hour) basis.
Reserved Capacity means the maximum flow, expressed in normal cubic meters per time unit, to which the Shipper is entitled in accordance with the provisions of the Transportation Contract.
Reserved Capacity means * operational weeks per calendar year * as agreed by the parties) in Biochemie’s * recombinant protein manufacture plant in Kundl, Austria.
Reserved Capacity means capacity or space on a Pole that City or Utility has identified and reserved for its own future utility requirements at the time of the Permit grant pursu- ant to a projected need for such use, including the installation of communications circuits for operation of Utility¶s electric system and/or lighting services.
Reserved Capacity as used herein means the volume of Crude Petroleum throughput capacity, equal to the aggregate of all Committed Volumes, which is reserved for certain Contract Shippers and is not subject to proration.
Reserved Capacity means 70% of the Available Capacity of each Segment of the Pipeline System existing as of the Commencement Date, along with any portion of any Capacity Expansion reserved by TRMC pursuant to Section 2.