SEU definition

SEU means the Sustainable Energy Utility as defined in Title 29, Chapter 80 of the Delaware Code;

Examples of SEU in a sentence

  • Another primary IRB member who is a member of the SEU faculty will be designated as the IRB Co-­‐Chair by the Provost.

  • The Chair and Co-­‐Chair will have served as primary members of an IRB and must understand all functions, policies, and procedures of the SEU IRB.

  • The IRB Chair and Co-­‐Chair are responsible for managing the day-­‐to-­‐day activities of the human research protection program, which includes ensuring that the IRB is duly constituted in accordance with federal regulations and SEU policy.

  • Alternate members will be generally selected from among undergraduate and graduate students at SEU.

  • Primary members will be recruited from SEU and the local community.


More Definitions of SEU

SEU means the unit referred to in Part 2 (a) (ii) of the Project, or any successor thereto acceptable to the Bank.
SEU means a synthetic equity unit of OpCo granted pursuant to the Cure TopCo, LLC Synthetic Equity Plan and converted into a synthetic Common Unit pursuant to the Cure TopCo, LLC Amended and Restated Synthetic Equity Plan. “SEU Holder” means a holder of an SEU. “Sharing Percentage” means: (i) with respect to a TRA Party that held Common Units and/or SEUs prior to the Mergers, a fraction expressed as a percentage equal to (x) the number of Common Units and SEUs directly held by such TRA Party immediately prior to the Mergers divided by (y) the sum of (1) the aggregate SEUs and (2) the number of issued and outstanding Common Units immediately prior to the Mergers (the sum of (1) and (2), the “Total Units”); (ii) with respect to a TRA Party that held stock of a Blocker Company prior to the Mergers, a fraction expressed as a percentage equal to (a)(x) the number of shares of Class A Common Stock of the Corporate Taxpayer held by such TRA Party immediately after the Mergers divided by (y) the total number of shares of Class A Common Stock received by all shareholders of such Blocker Company as consideration in the Merger with respect to such Blocker Company and the aggregate number of Option Shares, if any, in respect of such Blocker Company, multiplied by (b)(x) the number of Common Units held by such Blocker Company immediately prior to the Mergers divided by (y) the Total Units;
SEU means the Sustainable Energy Utility as defined in Title 29, Chapter 80 of the Delaware Code; and (14) “Third party capital provider” means one or more entities, other than the SEU, that provides financing to