to factor out
consider as relevant when making a decision
to factor out
- A 1998 study singled out the lack of appropriate infrastructure as the major factor hampering competitiveness.
- Please use the following notation keys: Activity Data (AD), Net Calorific Value (NCV), Emission Factor (EF), Composition Data (CD), Oxidation Factor (OF), Conversion Factor (CF); if several values in an installation are affected, fill out one row per value.
- Please use the following notation keys: activity data (AD), net calorific value (NCV), emission factor (EF), composition data (CD), oxidation factor (OF), conversion factor (CF). If several values in an installation are affected, fill out one row per value.
- The expert also carried out a sensitivity analysis which shows that the key factor is the capital cost, regarded as correct in the cases considered.
- α is a constant, numeric factor to be used depending on the value of C. The values to be used are set out in Table 3
- France also points out that the liberalisation of certain markets (in particular electricity and, to a lesser extent, transport) was a further factor creating difficulties for the group.
- The load models shall be multiplied by the factor alpha (α) as set out in EN 1991-2:2003 paragraphs 6.3.2 (3) and 6.3.3 (5).
- The Commission would point out in this connection that the agencies thereupon ceased to consider the State's support to be a key factor in the Company's credit rating.
- The Commission would point out once again that the extent to which the capital provided was actually used cannot be a factor in determining the appropriate remuneration.
- The design data to be used for the power factor is set out in EN50388:2005, Section 6 with the following exception in yards, sidings and depots:
- α is a constant, numeric factor to be used depending on the value of C. The values to be used are set out in the table hereafter
- In order not to favour the capital factor of an investment over the labour factor, provision should be made for the possibility of measuring aid to investment on the basis of either the investment costs or the costs of new employment directly linked to the carrying-out of the investment project.
- The laboratory (including other service providers) used to determine the emission factor, net calorific value, oxidation factor, carbon content, the biomass fraction, composition data or to carry out calibrations and relevant equipment assessments for CEMS should be accredited according to EN ISO 17025:2005 (General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories).’.
- This part sets out the reassessed findings based on the recommendation of the Panel report concerning the evaluation of the factor ‘wages’ as a relevant factor affecting the state of the Community industry within the meaning of Article 8(5) of the basic Regulation (which generally corresponds to Article 15.4 of the SCM Agreement).
- (ba) for substances classified as hazardous to the aquatic environment, if a multiplying factor (hereinafter referred to as “M-factor”) has been set in Part 3 of Annex VI to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008, the cut-off value in Table 1.1 of Annex I to that Regulation adjusted using the calculation set out in section 4.1 of Annex I to that Regulation;