Weather Event definition

Weather Event means conditions causing icing on Wind Turbine blades such that the Wind Turbine does not synchronize properly, lightning strikes to any portion of the Facility that did not ground properly, excessive wind speeds in excess of the cut out speed for the Wind Turbine (as specified in the operating manual provided by the Turbine Manufacturer, for such Wind Turbine) or in excess of speeds at which maintenance and repair may safely be conducted (provided that, at the time of determination, such maintenance or repair is required for operation of the Wind Turbine), or any period during which the National Weather Service has issued a hail warning for any area within a 50-miles radius of the Facility, provided that (a) such Weather Event is not attributable to fault or negligence on the part of Seller, (b) such Weather Event is caused by factors beyond Seller's reasonable control, and (c) despite taking all reasonable technical and commercial precautions and measures to prevent, avoid, mitigate or overcome such event and the consequences thereof, including the purchase of a cold weather package for such Wind Turbine from the Turbine Manufacturer, as applicable, Seller has been unable to prevent, avoid, mitigate or overcome such event or consequences.
Weather Event means extreme weather conditions which prevent the Generating Facility from operating in accordance with applicable equipment operating manuals and Prudent Electrical Practices; provided that (a) such Weather Event is not attributable to the fault or negligence on Seller, (b) such Weather Event is caused by factors beyond Seller’s reasonable control, and (c) despite taking all reasonable technical and commercial precautions and measures to prevent, avoid, mitigate or overcome such Weather Event and the consequences thereof, Seller has been unable to prevent, avoid, mitigate or overcome such event or consequences.1
Weather Event shall have the meaning given in Section 16.1.

Examples of Weather Event in a sentence

Lease liabilities are measured at the present value of the contractual payments due to the lessor over the lease term, discounted using the interest rate implicit in the lease or, if that rate cannot be readily determined, the Company's incremental borrowing rate.

After conferring with University Vice Presidents and the President of the University of the Upcoming Weather Event the Provost will send out an alert based on the findings of the group and information provided by the NOAA, The Weather Channel and Local News Affiliates.

The Weather Event led to increased electricity demand and sustained high prices from February 13, 2021 through February 20, 2021.

Example 1: Preapproved Annual Leave for Out-of-Area Trip Not Affected by Weather Event: Jon is a Federal employee who is scheduled to take annual leave for vacation covering February 3-10.

Significant Weather Event means heavy rain, storms, lightning, cyclones, heavy fog or strong winds that cause the cessation of Truck Services (excluding the operating of quay cranes due heavy winds) due to workplace health and safety concerns.

Examples of unforeseen contingencies might include supplemental resources required to assist in the evaluation of significant unforeseen events affecting the bulk power system, such as the February Cold Weather Event and Southwest Outage or to address unforeseen regulatory directives.

Weather Event and Emergency Communications In the event of an emergency event, it is UGI’s practice to take a broad-front, integrated external communication approach to provide customers and communities with critical information.

Refer to TMD-3: Monitoring AVI Vehicles Using AVL, and SL-4: Weather Event Management for additional information.

In the event of loss arising from a Weather Event, as a condition of coverage hereunder, the Insured must provide Official Weather Information.

The issue of staff evaluation capacity was found to be highly related to the utilization of evaluation results at Heifer International Uganda.


More Definitions of Weather Event

Weather Event means any meteorological condition that permits the development of Slippery surface conditions, which requires the application of Winter Abrasive, anti-icing or De-icing chemicals and/or snow removal. A Weather Event has ended after the last measurable precipitation within a specific localized area and not when the Weather Event has ended for the entire Service Area.
Weather Event means flood, washouts, landslides, mudslides, earthquakes, storms, hurricanes and tropical storms or threat of such.
Weather Event means conditions causing icing on Wind Turbine blades such that the Wind Turbine does not synchronize properly, lightning strikes to any portion of the Facility that did not ground properly, excessive wind speeds in excess of the cut out speed for the Wind Turbine (as specified in the operating manual provided by the turbine manufacturer for such Wind Turbine) or in excess of speeds at which maintenance and repair may safely be

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Barrier Event means that R (final) is lower than the Barrier.
Catastrophic Event : means an unforeseen event of biotic or abiotic nature caused by human action that leads to important disturbances of agricultural production systems and forest structures, eventually causing important economic damage to the farming or forestry sectors;
Expropriation Event means, with respect to any Person, (a) any condemnation, nationalization, seizure or expropriation by a Governmental Authority of all or a substantial portion of any of the properties or assets of such Person or of its Capital Stock, (b) any assumption by a Governmental Authority of control of all or a substantial portion of any of the properties, assets or business operations of such Person or of its Capital Stock, (c) any taking of any action by a Governmental Authority for the dissolution or disestablishment of such Person or (d) any taking of any action by a Governmental Authority that would prevent such Person from carrying on its business or operations or a substantial part thereof.
Emergency Event means any situation arising from sudden and reasonably unforeseen natural disaster such as earthquake, flood, fire, or other acts of God, or other unforeseen events beyond the control of drayage truck owners and operators that threatens public health and safety or the reasonable flow of goods movement.
OBFR Index Cessation Event means the occurrence of one or more of the following events:
Book-Up Event means an event that triggers a positive adjustment to the Capital Accounts of the Partners pursuant to Section 5.5(d).
ii) Event means any event described in Section 11(a)(ii) hereof.
Events means all competitions, presentations, ceremonies and other events included in the Games including:
Termination Event means an Illegality, a Tax Event or a Tax Event Upon Merger or, if specified to be applicable, a Credit Event Upon Merger or an Additional Termination Event.
SOFR Index Cessation Event means the occurrence of one or more of the following events:
Force Majeure Event means any of the following events (and any circumstance arising as a direct consequence of any of the following events):
Change of Control Triggering Event means the occurrence of both a Change of Control and a Rating Event.
Company Triggering Event means: (i) the failure of the Board of Directors of the Company to recommend that the Company's stockholders vote to adopt this Agreement, or the withdrawal or modification of the Company Board Recommendation in a manner adverse to Parent, or the Board of Directors shall have taken any other action that is or becomes disclosed publicly or to a third party, which indicates that the Board of Directors of the Company does not support the Merger or does not believe that the Merger is in the best interests of the Company's stockholders; (ii) the Company shall have failed to include in the Proxy Statement the Company Board Recommendation or a statement to the effect that the Board of Directors of the Company has determined and believes that the Merger is in the best interests of the Company's stockholders; (iii) an Acquisition Proposal is publicly announced and the Board of Directors of the Company fails to reaffirm without qualification the Company Board Recommendation, or fails to publicly state without qualification, that the Merger is in the best interests of the Company's stockholders, within five business days after Parent requests in writing that such action be taken; (iv) the Board of Directors of the Company shall have approved, endorsed or recommended any Acquisition Proposal; (v) the Company shall have failed to comply with Section 5.04 in any material respect; (vi) a tender or exchange offer relating to securities of the Company shall have been commenced and the Company shall not have sent to its securityholders, within ten business days after the commencement of such tender or exchange offer, a statement disclosing that the Board of Directors recommends rejection of such tender or exchange offer; (vii) an Acquisition Proposal is publicly announced, and the Company fails to issue a press release announcing its opposition to such Acquisition Proposal within ten business days after such Acquisition Proposal is announced; or (viii) either the Company or any of its subsidiaries or any their Representatives shall have breached any of the provisions set forth in Section 5.04 (in any material respect) or Section 6.15.
Force Majeure Events means acts of war, domestic and/or international terrorism, civil riots or rebellions, quarantines, embargoes and other similar unusual governmental actions, extraordinary elements of nature or acts of God.
Terminating Event means any of the following events:
Incipient Event of Termination means an event that but for notice or lapse of time or both would constitute an Event of Termination.
Substitution Event means, in respect of a Share, any Nationalization, Insolvency or Delisting in respect of such Share, or any Merger Event or Tender Offer in respect of such Share that is deemed by the Calculation Agent to be a Substitution Event, or an occurrence and continuation for at least eight consecutive applicable Exchange Business Days of a Market Disruption Event in respect of such Share.
Regulatory Event means, following the occurrence of a Change in Law (as defined below) with respect to the Issuer and/or Société Générale as Guarantor or in any other capacity (including without limitation as hedging counterparty of the Issuer, market maker of the Certificates or direct or indirect shareholder or sponsor of the Issuer) or any of its affiliates involved in the issuer of the Certificates (hereafter the “Relevant Affiliates” and each of the Issuer, Société Générale and the Relevant Affiliates, a “Relevant Entity”) that, after the Certificates have been issued, (i) any Relevant Entity would incur a materially increased (as compared with circumstances existing prior to such event) amount of tax, duty, liability, penalty, expense, fee, cost or regulatory capital charge however defined or collateral requirements for performing its obligations under the Certificates or hedging the Issuer’s obligations under the Certificates, including, without limitation, due to clearing requirements of, or the absence of, clearing of the transactions entered into in connection with the issue of, or hedging the Issuer’sobligation under, the Certificates, (ii) it is or will become for any Relevant Entity impracticable, impossible (in each case, after using commercially reasonable efforts), unlawful, illegal or otherwise prohibited or contrary, in whole or in part, under any law, regulation, rule, judgement, order or directive of any governmental, administrative or judicial authority, or power, applicable to such Relevant Entity (a) to hold, acquire, issue, reissue, substitute, maintain, settle, or as the case may be, guarantee, the Certificates, (b) to acquire, hold, sponsor or dispose of any asset(s) (or any interest thereof) of any other transaction(s) such Relevant Entity may use in connection with the issue of the Certificates or to hedge the Issuer’s obligations under the Certificates, (c) to perform obligations in connection with, the Certificates or any contractual arrangement entered into between the Issuer and Société Générale or any Relevant Affiliate (including without limitation to hedge the Issuer’s obligations under the Certificates) or(d) to hold, acquire, maintain, increase, substitute or redeem all or a substantial part of its direct or indirect shareholding in the Issuer’s capital or the capital of any Relevant Affiliate or to directly or indirectly sponsor the Issuer or any Relevant Affiliate, or (iii) there is or may be a material adverse effect on a Relevant Entity in connection with the issue of the Certificates.
Significant Event means any of the following not involving a violation of this Section 6: (A) the public announcement of a proposal or intention to acquire, or the acquisition, by any person or 13D Group of beneficial ownership of Voting Securities representing 15% or more of the then outstanding Voting Securities; (B) the public announcement of a proposal or intention to commence, or the commencement, by any person or 13D Group of a tender or exchange offer to acquire Voting Securities which, if successful, would result in such person or 13D Group owning, when combined with any other Voting Securities owned by such person or 13D Group, 15% or more of the then outstanding Voting Securities; or (C) the entry into by the Company, or the public announcement by the Company of an intention or determination to enter into, any merger, sale or other business combination transaction, or an agreement therefor, pursuant to which the outstanding shares of capital stock of the Company would be converted into cash, other consideration or securities of another person or 13D Group or 50% or more of the then outstanding shares of capital stock of the Company would be owned by persons other than the then current holders of shares of capital stock of the Company, or which would result in all or a substantial portion of the Company’s assets being sold to any person or 13D Group.
Potential Issuer Event of Default means any condition, event or act which, with the lapse of time and/or the issue, making or giving of any notice, certification, declaration, demand, determination and/or request and/or the taking of any similar action and/or the fulfilment of any similar condition, would constitute an Issuer Event of Default;
Train Operator Event of Default has the meaning ascribed to it in paragraph 1.1 of Schedule 6;
Benchmark Event means, with respect to an Original Reference Rate:
Issuer Event of Default means the occurrence of any of the following events:
Administrator/Benchmark Event means, in relation to any Benchmark, the occurrence of a Benchmark Modification or Cessation Event, a Non-Approval Event, a Rejection Event or a Suspension/ Withdrawal Event all as determined by the Issuer.
MIRE Event means, if there are any Mortgaged Properties at such time, any increase, extension or renewal of any of the Commitments or Loans (including pursuant to Section 2.14 or any other incremental credit facilities hereunder, but excluding (i) any continuation or conversion of borrowings, (ii) the making of any Loan or (iii) the issuance, renewal or extension of Letters of Credit).
Servicer Event of Default wherever used herein, means any one of the following events: