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intertie

In framing, a horizontal member, between the sill and head, which extends from one stud to the next in order to stiffen them.
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From the time that the Franco's first signed the purchase agreement to the time that PNM certified the system for grid intertie took approximately one and a half months, though the actual physical installation of the system took only two and a half days.
NorthWestern has filed with the FERC to conduct an Open Season on a proposed "collector system" of up to five new transmission lines in Montana that would connect new generation, primarily wind farms, to the existing NorthWestern Energy transmission system and potentially to the proposed Mountain States Transmission Intertie (MSTI).
Transmission projects such as the Wyoming-Colorado Intertie are in the works.
Electranix recently estimated a 500 MW tap on the 3,100 MW Pacific DC Intertie line in Nevada will cost $125 to $180 million and a 1,000 MW tap from $170 to $250 million, depending on design, location and if it connects with Sierra Pacific to provide counterflow power to Nevada.
Topics covered include phasors and polarity; symmetrical components; relay input sources; basic design principles; system-grounding principles; generator protection and intertie protection for distributed generation; transformer, reactor, and shunt capacitor protection; bus protection; motor protection; line protection; pilot protection; stability, reclosing, load shedding, and trip circuit design; and microprocessor applications and substation automation.
More than 15 miles of American spiral-welded steel pipe--half of it 84 inches in diameter--has been installed for the reservoir's main feed line, the transmission main running from the reservoir, and an important connection within Tampa Bay Water's system, the South-Central Hillsborough Intertie.
5 MVA, the M-3410A is a microprocessor-based unit that uses digital signal processing technology to provide up to 12 protective relay functions for intertie protection or up to 11 protective relay function for generator protection.
175) Developers also service six residences from a single well, known as a six-pack, or intertie multiple six-packs to create a multiwell public water system.
Unlike the gas futures, trading is to initially be in separate electricity contracts for delivery at two different locations, ANNP High Voltage Switchyard (Palo Verde in Arizona) and the Pacific Northwest/Pacific Southwest AC Intertie (California Oregon Border or COB); NYMEX proposes contracts for other delivery points if sufficient demand develops.
Cities in both cases sought firm entitlements on the Pacific Intertie, a set of lines to the Pacific Northwest partially owned by Edison.
The Agreement eliminates any discriminatory treatment for these Canadian utilities in gaining access to the Bonneville Power Administration's intertie with the California electricity market.