Support service that is available, as needed, to supplement a consumer, a utility system or to another utility to replace normally scheduled power that becomes unavailable.
Back-up service to a primary source of gas for transportation customers; often a customer receives primary service from another source, but contracts for standby from an LDC
A customer or AES may at their option contract with a utility or a competitive supplier to provide electric generation service in the event that the primary source of supply is disabled or becomes unavailable for any reason. This is sometimes called â€œstandby generation service.â€ The MPSC establishes the rates regulated Electric Suppliers can charge for providing standby service. Competitive suppliers may provide standby service under market-based rates.
Support service that is available, as needed, to supplement a consumer, a utility system, or another utility if a schedule or an agreement authorizes the transaction. The service is not regularly used.
Service that can be provided by Detroit Edison to a customer that would replace scheduled power at the point of receipt if the marketer fails to deliver power or power cannot be delivered because there is a transmission system constraint. Standby service will be provided on a contractual basis.
An exercise in which team members verbally review each step of a plan to assess its effectiveness, identity enhancements, constraints and deficiencies.
Service that replaces the power scheduled to be delivered to the point of receipt if the eligible power supplier fails to deliver power or in the event of a transmission system constraint.
1. Service through a permanent connection not normally used but available in lieu of, or as a supplement to, the usual source of supply. 2. Generating and power quality assurance services provided by a supplier to customers who rely on service or equipment which may not be as available or reliable as needs dictate. Typically, standby or backup service is sold by a utility to another utility or generator, such as an industrial cogenerator, to assure continuation of service during maintenance and emergency outage.