electric power

NOUN
  1. the product of voltage and current
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  • California passed a law 20 years ago decreeing a proportion of cars would have to be electric powered.
  • Since no electric power plants have been built in the past 10 years, he must endure rolling blackouts at least once a week.
  • This wrecked flood control, municipal and industrial water storage, irrigation and hydroelectric power.
  • The company is banking on China's growing use of hydroelectric power: The government is planning to increase hydro capacity to 350 gigawatts per year from just over 200 gigawatts at the moment, to realize its goal of having nonfossil fuels account for 15% of China's energy mix. Bankers Hurt as Chinese IPOs Struggle
  • This followed, in turn, the construction of dams in the various catchments, for irrigation and/or hydroelectric power generation.
  • Such institutions were thinly disguised agents of a superstate bent on subverting or displacing private enterprise, particularly in the generation of hydroelectric power.
  • India's Brahmaputra river, known in China as the Yarlung Tsangpo, is a lifeline that provides irrigation and hydroelectric power for several Indian states and Bangladesh. Indian Satellites Confirm China Not Diverting River
  • In Wales this problem is solved by the Dinorwig hydroelectric power station, which pumps water up to a high reservoir during off-peak periods.
  • RTU has popular applications in electric power dispatching automation systems, but it seldom used in hydropower station Supervisory Computer Control Systems (SCCSs).
  • The electric power deregulation has led electric power enterprises very difficult to do integrated resources planning(IRP) because generation, transmission and distribution were to be unbundled.
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