Aggregator
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Aggregator
Aggregator: Any marketer, broker, public agency, city, county, or special district that combines the loads of multiple end-use customers in negotiating the purchase of electricity, the transmission of electricity, and other related services for these customers.
Aggregator
The term ‘‘aggregator’’ means any person that, in the ordinary course of its operations, makes telephones available to the public or to transient users of its premises, for interstate telephone calls using a provider of operator services.
Aggregator

1) acts on behalf of groups of producers to collect producer supplies and sell the gas in commingled blocks to end-users. Prior to deregulation, a limited number of aggregators operated. Aggregators do not take title to the gas but simply find markets and negotiate prices for pools of producers. Also called core transport agent; 2) also a firm that bargains on behalf of a large group of consumers to achieve the lowest possible price for utilities such as electricity and gas. The firm “aggregates” or combines many smaller customers, into one large customer for purposes of negotiation and then purchases the utility commodity on behalf of the group.

Aggregator

An organization that acts as a middleman between application and content providers, and mobile carriers. Provides message traffic throughput to multiple wireless operators or other aggregators; provides mobile initiative campaign oversight, and administration, as well as billing services.

Aggregator

Any person or business who, in the normal course of business, provides a public telephone for the use of patrons through an Operator Service Provider (OSP).

Aggregator

An entity responsible for planning, scheduling, accounting, billing, and settlement for energy deliveries from the aggregator's portfolio of sellers and/or buyers. Aggregators seek to bring together customers or generators so they can buy or sell power in bulk, making a profit on the transaction.

Aggregator

An entity responsible for planning, scheduling, accounting, billing, and settlement for energy deliveries from the aggregator's portfolio of sellers and/or buyers. Aggregators seek to bring together customers or generators so they can buy or sell power in bulk, making a profit on the transaction.

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Aggregator has been defined 7 different ways in documents like U.S. Energy Information Administration Glossary of Terms, The Communications Act of 1932, as amended by the Telecommunications Act of 1996, LNG: a glossary of terms, and 4 more.

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