Station Power definition

Station Power means energy used for operating the electric equipment on the site of a generation facility located in the PJM Region or for the heating, lighting, air-conditioning and office equipment needs of buildings on the site of such a generation facility that are used in the operation, maintenance, or repair of the facility. Station Power does not include any energy (i) used to power synchronous condensers; (ii) used for pumping at a pumped storage facility; (iii) used in association with restoration or black start service; or (iv) that is Direct Charging Energy.
Station Power means energy used for operating the electric equipment on the site of a generation facility located in the PJM Region or for the heating, lighting, air-conditioning and office equipment needs of buildings on the site of such a generation facility that are used in the operation, maintenance, or repair of the facility. Station Power does not include any energy (i) used to power synchronous condensers; (ii) used for pumping at a pumped storage facility; (iii) used in association with restoration or black start service; or (iv) that is Direct Charging Energy. Surplus Interconnection Customer:
Station Power means energy used for operating the electric equipment on the site of a generation facility located in the PJM Region or for the heating, lighting, air-conditioning and office equipment needs of buildings on the site of such a generation facility that are used in the operation, maintenance, or repair of the facility. Station Power does not include any energy (i) used to power synchronous condensers; (ii) used for pumping at a pumped storage facility; (iii) used for compressors at a compressed air energy storage facility; (iv) used for charging an Energy Storage Resource or a Capacity Storage Resource; or (v) used in association with restoration or black start service. Sub-Annual Resource Constraint:

Examples of Station Power in a sentence

  • If Generator supplies its Station Power, the station service loads shall be instantaneously netted against Generator’s output.

  • Generator shall be responsible for making all appropriate arrangements for Station Power requirements, including distribution service, if applicable.

  • Generator shall procure Station Power through one of the following means: (i) self supply; and (ii) the retail purchase of energy.


More Definitions of Station Power

Station Power means energy used for operating the electric equipment on the site of a generation facility located in the PJM Region or for the heating, lighting, air-conditioning and office equipment needs of buildings on the site of such a generation facility that are used in the operation, maintenance, or repair of the facility. Station Power does not include any energy (i)
Station Power means electrical energy and/or capacity used by the Customer for heating, lighting, power for station auxiliaries, office equipment, and/or other power production operating purposes.
Station Power means the aggregate Power generated by the Station from time to time.
Station Power means electric energy consumed in the start-up, and operation and management of the System, which is distinct from the alternating current output of the System, if any.
Station Power means the Energy generated by the Facility and, whether metered or unmetered, used on-site to supply the Facility’s auxiliary load and parasitic load and/or for powering the electric generation equipment. Station Power shall not include any Energy generated by the Facility and stored for later sale or delivery to the Buyer under this Agreement.
Station Power means the Energy generated by the Facility and, whether metered or unmetered, used on-site to supply the Facility’s auxiliary load and parasitic load and/or for powering the electric generation equipment. Station Power shall not include any Energy generated by the Facility and stored for later delivery to the Buyer under this Agreement.
Station Power means the Energy generated by the Facility and, whether metered or unmetered, used on-site to supply the Facility’s auxiliary load and parasitic load and/or for powering the electric generation equipment.