Transmission line definition

Transmission line means any single or multiphase electric power line operating at nominal voltages at or in excess of either 69,000 volts between ungrounded conductors or 40,000 volts between grounded and ungrounded conductors, regardless of the functional service provided by the line.
Transmission line means all structures, equipment, and real property necessary to transfer electricity at system bulk supply voltage of 100 kilovolts or more.
Transmission line means a pipeline, other than a gathering line, that:

Examples of Transmission line in a sentence

  • The Connecting Transmission Owner will perform its review and approval of the engineering design of the Cricket Valley Substation, the Transmission Line, and the New York Line 398 Reconductoring as required in Section 5.2(3) of this Agreement in the manner described in this Section 5 and detailed in the scope of work attached as Appendix I to this Agreement.

  • Seller shall participate in such Forward Capacity Auction qualification process as required to allow Seller to qualify a Seasonal Claimed Capability of not less than 1,090 MW over the U.S. Transmission Line no later than the Guaranteed Delivery Term Start Date, as it may be extended pursuant to Sections 3.1(c) through 3.1(f).

  • The second package shall contain all of the drawings, design studies, and calculations pertaining to the Transmission Line.

  • Luther Forest Technology Campus Economic Development Corporation, by Transmission Line Easement Agreement made with The Enclave at Malta, LLC, dated November 2, 2007 and recorded November 8, 2007 in the Saratoga County Clerk’s Office as Instrument No. 2007043118.

  • Index 1: Annual Average Forced Outage(IMS) Frequency for All Transmission Line Circuits.

More Definitions of Transmission line

Transmission line means any electric line, wire, or cable capable of operating at 69 kilovolts or more.
Transmission line means a line, wire, or cable which is capable of operating at an electric voltage of at least thirty-four and one-half kilovolts.
Transmission line means the electrical power lines that carry voltages of at least 69,000 volts (69 KV) and are primarily used to carry electric energy over medium to long distances rather than directly interconnecting and supplying electric energy to retail customers.
Transmission line means pipes used to convey water from source, storage, or treatment facilities to points of dis- tribution or distribution mains, and from source facilities to treat- ment or storage facilities. This also can include transmission mains connecting one section of distribution system to another section of distribution system as long as this transmission main is clearly de- fined on the plans and no service connections are allowed along the transmission main.
Transmission line means an electrical connection between two points on a power system for the purpose of transferring high voltage electrical energy between the points. Generally, a transmission line consists of large wires, or conductors, held aloft by towers.
Transmission line means any electric line operating at or above 50,000 volts.
Transmission line means the transmission line which connects the generators to the Grid Point enabling the Seller to deliver electrical energy generated by the Facility to the CEB.