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Inoperable capacity The term 'Inoperable capacity' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' Generating capacity that is totally or partially out of service at the time of system peak load, either for scheduled outages (see GADS definition of 'scheduled outages.' These include both maintenance outages and planned outages.) or for reasons such as environmental restrictions; extensive modifications or repair; or capacity specified as being in a mothballed state. This does not include derated portions of generating capacity'.
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