Settlement System Code definition

Settlement System Code means the specifications, standards, methods, calculations and conventions established under the AUC Settlement System Code Rule 021, as amended or replaced from time to time;
Settlement System Code means the rules respecting Load Settlement approved by the AUC and set out in Rule 021;
Settlement System Code or "SSC" means the Settlement System Code as established under the authority of the EUA and as amended from time to time;

Examples of Settlement System Code in a sentence

  • In accordance with the Settlement System Code, any requests to disconnect a Point of Service from a Customer shall be made by the Customer’s Retailer.

  • To discontinue Distribution Access Service through De-energization, a Retailer shall, at least five (5) Business Days (or such other time as may be required under the System Settlement Code) before the site is to be De-energized, complete and provide to EDTI a notice of De-energization pursuant to the requirements of the Retailer Handbook and the Settlement System Code.

  • Such information shall be provided in a form described in the Settlement System Code.

  • A Retailer may request that FortisAlberta disconnect a Point of Service by providing a notice of De-Energization pursuant to the requirements of the Retailer Guidebook and the Settlement System Code.

  • In accordance with the Settlement System Code, FortisAlberta shall provide the Load Settlement Services.


More Definitions of Settlement System Code

Settlement System Code means the rules governing the roles, standard practices and process of the various organizations involved in load settlement in Alberta, made by the AUC pursuant to Section 24 of the Act;
Settlement System Code means the rules respecting Load Settlement established by the Independent System Operator pursuant to the Act; Page: Page 8 of 29Effective: 2008-01-01Supercedes: 2007-01-01
Settlement System Code means a settlement system code established or approved under section 8.