Transmission Lines definition

Transmission Lines means all high pressure cables and overhead lines (not being an essential part of the distribution system of a licensee) transmitting electricity from a generating station to another generating station or a sub-station, together with any step-up and step-down transformers, switch-gear and other works necessary to and used for the control of such cables or overhead lines, and such buildings or part thereof as may be required to accommodate such transformers, switchgear and other works;
Transmission Lines. The electrical transmission lines and related facilities identified within items 3 and 4 of Exhibit B.
Transmission Lines means all high pressure cables and overhead lines (not being an essential part of the distribution system of a licensee) transmitting electricity from a generating station to another generating station or a sub-station, together with any step-up and step-down

Examples of Transmission Lines in a sentence

  • Subject to the requirements of this Tariff, the Company shall extend its Distribution and Transmission Lines to Applicants.

  • Any request for electric service that requires the extension, removal, relocation or change of the Company’s existing Distribution and Transmission Lines shall be provided as set forth in this Rule.

  • The Commission has notified the Intra-state Open Access Regulations, 2005 under Section 42 (2) of the Electricity Act, 2003.Consumers availing both long term & short term open access shall be required to pay the transmission charges for use of the Transmission Lines and Substations of OPTCL.

  • In case of sites in the vicinity of High Tension Electricity Transmission Lines besides taking other safety precautions, a minimum safety distance (both vertical and horizontal) of 3m shall be maintained between the building and the High Tension Electricity Lines and 1.5m shall be maintained between the building and the Low Tension Electricity Lines.

  • During the operation of the Transmission Lines, Substations and Hyperhigh Voltage Centers, there is no electromagnetic radiation, but two separate fields, the magnetic and the electric field.


More Definitions of Transmission Lines

Transmission Lines means the lines identified on Schedule 1.1-J.
Transmission Lines means those lines and appurtenance facilities used to either transmit wastewater from the collection system to the Wastewater treatment plant to the distribution system.
Transmission Lines means the Alaska LNG Project components consisting of the PBU Gas Transmission Line and the PTU Gas Transmission Line.
Transmission Lines means all works mentioned in sub-section(7) used wholly or partially for the purposes of distribution or transmission of energy;]
Transmission Lines shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.4(f).
Transmission Lines means non-utility owned electrical transmission lines.
Transmission Lines means telecommunications systems in the form of cable or radio links with the associated transmission equipment as point-to-point or point-to-multipoint links with a given information throughput (bandwidth or bit rate), including their network terminations;