A company that generates power to be purchased at wholesale.
Wholesale electric producer unaffiliated with the franchised utility in the area in which it is selling power.
A wholesale electricity producer that is unaffiliated with franchised utilities in the area in which the IPP is selling power and that lacks significant marketing power. IPPs do not possess transmission facilities that are essential to their customers and do not sell power in any retail service territory where they have a franchise.
An IPP generates power, which is then purchased at wholesale price by the electric utility. The utility then resells the electricity to end-use customers.
An Independent Power Producer (IPP) generates power that is purchased by an electric utility at wholesale prices. The utility then resells this power to end-use customers. Although IPPs generate power, they are not franchised utilities, government agencies or QFs. IPPs usually do not own transmission lines to transmit the power that they generate.
A non-utility power generating entity. Independent power producers typically sell the energy they generate to electric utilities at wholesale prices, and the utility then resells this power to end-use customers.
An independent power producer (IPP) refers to any entity that owns or operates an electric generating facility that is not included in a utility's rate base. This term included utility subsidiaries as well as entrepreneurs and non-utility producers.
Means any electricity producer which has no transmission/distribution networks and is not wholly owned by the Holding Company; this term may include BOOTs (build, own operate and transfer) arrangements.
Wholesale electricity producers (other than qualifying facilities under the Public Utilities Regulatory Policies Act of 1978) that are unaffiliated with franchised utilities in the area in which the independent power producers are selling power and that lack significant marketing power. Unlike traditional electric utilities, independent power producers do not possess transmission facilities that are essential to their customers and do not sell power in any retail service territory where they have a franchise.
A private entity that operates a generation facility and sells power to electric utilities for resale to retail customers, but is not affiliated with an electric utility.
A private entity that generates electricity and sells it to other businesses including utilities.
A non-utility power generating entity, defined by the 1978 Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act, that typically sells the power it generates to electric utilities at wholesale prices.
Any person who owns or operates, in whole or in part, one or more new independent power production facilities.
A generator other than an electricity utility.
Any entity not regulated by the government as a public utility that owns or operates an electricity generating facility and offers electric power for sale to utilities and/or the public (also known as Non-Utility Generator).
An electricity generator that sells power to others but is not owned by a utility.
A company other than a utility that generates electricity. Also referred to as a non-utility generator or producer.
(IPP) A company other than a utility that generates electricity. Also referred to as a non-utility supplier.
A company or individual that is not directly regulated as a utility. These entities produce power for their own use and/or sell it to regulated utilities.
A power production facility that is not part of a regulated utility.
a non-utility power generating company.
A corporation, person, agency, authority, or other legal entity or instrumentality that owns or operates facilities for the generation of electricity for use primarily by the public, and that is not an electric utility.
A privately owned power generating facility, which may be connected to a regional power system to supply electricity in Canada or for export
A nonutility company engaged in the generation, transmission, and/or distribution of electric energy for sale in diverse markets.
An entity which owns facilities to generate electric power for sale to utilities and end users.
A class of privately owned, no-utility generator that builds power plants mainly to supply and sell power to electric utilities.
A type of competitive power supplier. The term is synonymous with merchant generator, cogenerator, non-utility generator, private power producer, Qualifying Facility (QF), and exempt wholesale generator.
A producer of electricity that is not regulated as a utility by state or federal authority.
A non-utility power generating entity, defined by the 1978 Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act A private entity that operates a generation facility and sells power to electric utilities for resale to retail customers.