Station Use definition

Station Use means energy consumed within the Facility’s electric energy distribution system as losses, as well as energy used to operate the Facility’s auxiliary equipment. The auxiliary equipment may include, but is not limited to, forced and induced draft fans, cooling towers, boiler feeds pumps, lubricating oil systems, plant lighting, fuel handling systems, control systems, and sump pumps.
Station Use means electric energy produced by the Generating Facility that is:
Station Use means the electric energy produced by the Renewable or Non-renewable Generating Facility that is:

Examples of Station Use in a sentence

  • Owner shall be responsible for all fees and costs associated with establishing and use of electricity for Station Use, including fees and costs billed to CHGE from NYISO, if any, based on meter data from Owner’s Station Use.

  • 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.

  • Buyer may reasonably rely on Seller’s properly completed and timely submitted Multi-Fuel Report as evidence of Seller’s compliance with the requirements for utilizing fuel for Station Use that is not from a Fuel Resource Category.

  • In addition to other legal remedies available to CHGE under Applicable Laws, CHGE reserves the right to net any amounts that would otherwise be due to Owner hereunder against any amount Owner owes to CHGE under this Agreement, including any costs associated with the supply and delivery of power for Station Use.

  • Owner shall maintain a daily operations log, which log shall include information on: electrical characteristics of the Project and settings or adjustments of the Project’s control equipment (including the power conversion system) and protective devices charging and discharging (including charging and discharging efficiency), Station Use consumption and efficiency, Stored Energy Level, and availability (including availability to charge and discharge and State of Charge).


More Definitions of Station Use

Station Use has the meaning set forth in Section 5.1(c).
Station Use means the electrical load of the Facility’s auxiliary equipment that are necessary for operation of the Facility as set forth in Attachment B (Facility Owned by Seller). The auxiliary equipment includes, but is not limited to, forced and induced draft fans, air conditioner systems, cooling towers, plant lighting and control systems, any heating or cooling equipment necessary to keep energy storage componentry within their normal operating temperatures, any motors or pumps required for moving material within the battery energy storage system, and any other electrical loads required for the Energy Storage Services.
Station Use means the Energy that is used within the Facility to power the lights, motors, temperature control systems, control systems and other electrical loads that are necessary for operation of the Facility.
Station Use. Electric energy that is used to operate equipment that is auxiliary or otherwise related to the production of electricity by the Facility.
Station Use means the electric energy produced by the Generating Facility that is (a) used within the Generating Facility to power the lights, motors, control systems and other electrical loads that are necessary for Operation, and (b) consumed within the Generating Facility’s electric energy distribution system as losses needed to deliver electric energy to the Site Host Load, and(c) consumed within the generator collection system as losses between the generator(s) and the high voltage side of the Generating Facility output transformer(s).
Station Use means the electrical load of the Project’s auxiliary equipment that are necessary for operation of the Generating Unit(s) as set forth in Appendix 1.3. The auxiliary equipment includes, but is not limited, to forced and induced draft fans, cooling towers, boiler feed pumps, lubricating oil systems, plant lighting, fuel handling systems, control systems and sump pumps.
Station Use means energy consumed within the Facility’s electric energy