Retail customer definition

Retail customer means any person that purchases retail electric energy for its own consumption at
Retail customer means a single entity using electric
Retail customer means a customer that purchases electricity for residential, commercial, or

Examples of Retail customer in a sentence

  • The growth of Retail customer funds in the period was in part supported by the acquisition of new clients: a total of 40.9 thousand new clients were acquired in the period as a result of coordinated action between the branch network and other client acquisition channels, in particular the Cross-segment and Assurfinanceprogrammes, as well as the External Promoters, which maintained a decisive contribution to the commercial performance of Retail.

  • Retail customer funds grew by 4.3%YoY (on-balance sheet: -2.2%; off-balance sheet: +14.9%).


More Definitions of Retail customer

Retail customer means the separately metered end-use customer who purchases and ultimately consumes electricity.
Retail customer means an end-use customer who purchases natural gas or electricity for consumption in this state.
Retail customer means any person that purchases retail electric energy for its own consumption at one or more metering points or nonmetered points of delivery located in the Commonwealth.
Retail customer means a consumer or subscriber, other than a licensee, who —
Retail customer means a customer that purchases electricity for residential, commercial, or industrial end-use purposes and does not resell electricity to others.
Retail customer means a person who purchases goods retail;
Retail customer means a single entity using electric power or energy at a single premises and that (A) either (i) is receiving or is eligible to receive tariffed services from an electric utility, or (ii) that is served by a municipal system or electric cooperative within any area in which the municipal system or electric cooperative is or would be entitled to provide service under the law in effect immediately prior to the effective date of this amendatory Act of 1997, or (B) an entity which on the effective date of this Act was receiving electric service from a public utility and (i) was engaged in the practice of resale and redistribution of such electricity within a building prior to January 2, 1957, or (ii) was providing lighting services to tenants in a multi-occupancy building, but only to the extent such resale, redistribution or lighting service is authorized by the electric utility's tariffs that were on file with the Commission on the effective date of this Act.