Transmission Owner definition

Transmission Owner means an entity that owns Transmission Facilities.
Transmission Owner means a Member that owns or leases with rights equivalent to ownership Transmission Facilities and is a signatory to the PJM Transmission Owners Agreement. Taking transmission service shall not be sufficient to qualify a Member as a Transmission Owner. Transmission Owner Attachment Facilities:
Transmission Owner means a Member that owns or leases with rights equivalent to ownership Transmission Facilities and is a signatory to the PJM Transmission Owners Agreement. Taking transmission service shall not be sufficient to qualify a Member as a Transmission Owner.

Examples of Transmission Owner in a sentence

  • The check meters shall be subject at all reasonable times to inspection and examination by Connecting Transmission Owner or its designee.

  • Nothing in this Agreement is intended to adversely affect the tax status of any Party including the status of NYISO, or the status of any Connecting Transmission Owner with respect to the issuance of bonds including, but not limited to, Local Furnishing Bonds.

  • Either the Developer or Connecting Transmission Owner may undertake modifications to its facilities covered by this Agreement.

  • NYISO shall have these same rights of inspection as to the facilities and equipment of Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner.

  • If either the Developer or Connecting Transmission Owner plans to undertake a modification that reasonably may be expected to affect the other Party’s facilities, that Party shall provide to the other Party, and to NYISO, sufficient information regarding such modification so that the other Party and NYISO may evaluate the potential impact of such modification prior to commencement of the work.


More Definitions of Transmission Owner

Transmission Owner means a Transmission Owner as defined under the Parties’ respective tariffs.
Transmission Owner means the entity that owns and maintains transmission Facilities.**
Transmission Owner. The public utility or authority (or its designated agent) that owns facilities used for the transmission of Energy in interstate commerce and provides Transmission Service under the Tariff. Transmission Owner’s Monthly Transmission System Peak: The maximum hourly firm usage as measured in megawatts (MW) of the Transmission Owner’s transmission system in a calendar month. Transmission Plan: A plan developed by the ISO staff with Transmission Owner’s support that is a compilation of transmission projects proposed by the Transmission Owners and others, that are found to meet all applicable criteria. Transmission Reliability Margin (“TRM”): The amount of TTC reserved by the ISO to ensure the interconnected transmission network is secure under a reasonable range of uncertainties in system conditions. Transmission Service: Point-To-Point, Network Integration or Retail Access Transmission Service provided under Parts 3, 4 and 5 of the Tariff. Transmission Service Charge (“TSC”): A charge designed to ensure recovery of the embedded cost of a transmission system owned by a Member System.
Transmission Owner. The public utility or authority (or its designated agent) that owns facilities used for the transmission of Energy in interstate commerce and provides Transmission Service under the Tariff. Transmission Owner’s Monthly Transmission System Peak: The maximum hourly firm usage as measured in megawatts (MW) of the Transmission Owner’s transmission system in a calendar month. Transmission Plan: A plan developed by the ISO staff with Transmission Owner’s support that is a compilation of transmission projects proposed by the Transmission Owners and others, that are found to meet all applicable criteria. Transmission Reliability Margin (“TRM”): The amount of TTC reserved by the ISO to ensure the interconnected transmission network is secure under a reasonable range of uncertainties in system conditions. Transmission Service: Point-To-Point, Network Integration or Retail Access Transmission Service provided under Parts 3, 4 and 5 of the Tariff. Transmission Service Charge (“TSC”): A charge designed to ensure recovery of the embedded cost of a Transmission Owner’s transmission system. Transmission Shortage Cost: A series of quantity/price points that defines the maximum Shadow Price of a particular Constraint that will be used in calculating LBMP. The Transmission Shortage Costs are set at $350/MWh for shortages above zero and less than or equal to 5MW, $2350/MWh for shortages above 5MW and less than or equal to 20MW, and $4000/MWh for shortages above 20MW. Transmission System: The facilities operated by the ISO that are used to provide Transmission Services under Part 3, Part 4 or Part 5 of this Tariff. Transmission Usage Charge (“TUC”): Payments made by the Transmission Customer to cover the cost of Marginal Losses and, during periods of time when the transmission system is Constrained, the marginal cost of Congestion. The TUC is equal to the product of: (1) the LBMP at the POW minus the LBMP at the POI (in $/MWh); and (2) the scheduled or delivered Energy (in MWh).
Transmission Owner means each entity that owns, leases or otherwise has a possessory interest in facilities used for the transmission of electric energy in interstate commerce under the Tariff. The Transmission Owners are listed in Tariff, Attachment L. Transmission Owner Attachment Facilities:
Transmission Owner means , owning transmission facilities to which the Power Company Distribution System is interconnected, and its successors and assigns.
Transmission Owner means each entity that owns, leases or otherwise has a possessory interest in facilities used for the transmission of electric energy in interstate commerce under the Tariff. The Transmission Owners are listed in Tariff, Attachment L.