Definition of Tenant's Submeters


Tenant's Submeters means the electric submeters (if any) installed by Landlord throughout the Premises, at Tenant's cost, and any additional electric submeters which may be installed in accordance with Section 5.02(a).

Examples of Tenant's Submeters in a sentence

All of Tenant's Submeters shall be installed and maintained by Tenant, at its expense, throughout the term of this lease.
Such initial Tenant's Submeters shall be installed by Tenant as part of the Initial Alterations.
During the period of Tenant's construction occurring prior to the installation and connection of the Tenant's Submeters, Tenant will pay to Landlord a flat charge of 50 per rentable square foot per annum.
If, and to the extent that, Tenant shall so desire from time to time, Tenant, at its expense, may cause two (2) or more of Tenant's Submeters to measure Tenant's co-incident electrical demand (among such Tenant's Submeters), and, in which event Tenant shall notify Landlord thereof.
Initially, Tenant's electrical demand and consumption shall be measured by two (2) Tenant's Submeters, one of which shall be located in the Building's core electrical closet located on the east side of the 37th floor of the Building and the other of which shall be located in the Building's core electrical closet located on the west side of the 37th floor of the Building.