Definition of Tenant Electric


Tenant Electric means electric current supplied to or used in the Premises, including, but not limited to lights, outlets, VAV boxes with or without electric heat, air handling units, compressors for air handling units, non-central plant HVAC, any primary electric service charge and any specialized HVAC equipment serving the Premises.
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Examples of Tenant Electric in a sentence

The Tenant Electric Amount shall be based on a separate meter survey conducted by a licensed independent electrical engineer selected by Landlord with respect to such parties reasonable estimate of Tenants usage.
The Tenant Electric Amount shall be adjusted from time to time during the Term if (i) there is an increase in electric energy rates, (ii) Tenant installs additional fixtures, appliances or equipment, with or without Landlords consent, or (iii) Tenant otherwise uses a disproportionate or increased amount of electric energy, as determined by a separate meter survey conducted by a licensed independent electrical engineer selected by Landlord.
Tenant shall pay to Landlord from and after the Commencement Date, as Additional Rent in accordance with Section 6.1., a sum to reimburse Landlord for all electricity used by Tenant to power the lights and electricity outlets located in the Premises (the Tenant Electric Amount).
If the Tenant desires to question the Landlord's estimate of Tenant Electric Charges, the Tenant shall give notice to the Landlord of its desire.
Tenant shall be responsible for the payment of all Tenant Electric.