Site Host Load definition

Site Host Load means the electric energy produced by or associated with the Facility that serves electrical loads (that are not Station Use) of Seller or one or more third parties conducted pursuant to California Public Utilities Code Section 218(b).
Site Host Load means, for ECR Projects that are DERs only, the electric energy produced by or associated with each Distributed Energy Resource that serves electrical loads (that are not Station Use) of Seller or one or more third parties conducted pursuant to California Public Utilities Code Section 218(b).] {SCE Note: For DERs with Excess-Sales only.}
Site Host Load means that portion of the Net Power Rating of the Generating Facility, in kW, that the Generating Facility expects to reserve for serving electrical loads (that are not Station Use) with an electrical connection between the Generating Facility electrical bus and the site electrical bus that does not use the Transmission Provider's transmission or distribution systems.

Examples of Site Host Load in a sentence

  • If “Excess Sale” is selected on the Cover Sheet, Xxxxxx agrees to sell to Buyer the Project’s gross output of Product, net of Station Use, Site Host Load and transformer and transmission losses, at the Delivery Point.

  • Seller shall purchase all Energy required to serve the Project’s Site Host Load, net of Station Use, from Buyer or applicable retail service provider pursuant to its applicable retail rate schedule.

  • The “Contract Quantity” during each Contract Year is the amount set forth for the applicable Contract Year in the “Delivery Term Contract Quantity Schedule”, set forth in the Cover Sheet, which amount is net of Station Use, and, for Excess Sale arrangements, Site Host Load.


More Definitions of Site Host Load

Site Host Load means the electric energy produced by or associated with each Distributed Energy Resource that serves electrical loads (that are not Station Use) of
Site Host Load means the electric energy produced by or associated with each Distributed Energy Resource that serves electrical loads (that are not Station Use) of Seller or one or more third parties conducted pursuant to California Public Utilities Code Section 218(b).
Site Host Load means the electric energy produced by the Facility that serves the electrical load of Seller.
Site Host Load means the electric energy and capacity produced by or associated with the Generating Facility that serves electrical loads (that are not Station Use) of Seller and/or one or more third parties conducted pursuant to California Public Utilities Code Section 218(b).

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