Definition of Tenant's Standard Electrical Usage


Tenant's Standard Electrical Usage means electricity for normal office purposes including fluorescent and incandescent lighting (including task and task ambient lighting systems) and for normal office equipment, including duplicating (reproduction) machines and personal computers (provided they do not require any additional voltage, special electrical or HVAC requirements beyond the systems existing in the Premises), and internal communications systems. "Excess Usage" means any usage of electricity (1) during times other than Ordinary Business Hours; (2) in an amount in excess of Tenant's Standard Electrical Usage; or (3) for Special Equipment or for standard HVAC Services during other than

Examples of Tenant's Standard Electrical Usage in a sentence

12Tenant shall not make any alterations to the Premises during the Term, including installation of equipment or machinery which requires modifications to existing electrical outlets or increases Tenant's usage of electricity beyond Tenant's Standard Electrical Usage (collectively "Alterations") without in each instance first obtaining the written consent of Landlord, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, delayed or conditioned.
12Tenant shall not make any alterations to the Premises during the Term, including installation of equipment or machinery which requires modifications to existing electrical outlets or increases Tenant's usage of electricity beyond Tenant's Standard Electrical Usage (collectively "Alterations") without in each instance first obtaining the written consent of Landlord.
In addition, Landlord shall have the right, if it determines based on its reasonable judgment that Tenant is using electric current in excess of Tenant's Standard Electrical Usage, to require Tenant at Tenant's sole cost and expense, to install a check meter and/or flow meter to determine the amount of such Excess Usage, and the cost of the 11 17 check meter and/or flow meter, including monitoring, installation and repair, shall be paid by Tenant.
The definitions of Tenant's Standard Electrical Usage, Ordinary Business Hours, Holidays and Excess Usage, as hereinafter defined, shall be uniform as to all tenants in the Building.