electrical energy

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Synonyms for electrical energy

energy made available by the flow of electric charge through a conductor

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The per capita share of the distributed electrical energy however declined by 3.
Under the legal modifications and the liberalization of the electrical energy market, the production of solar electricity will be sold according to the market conditions of electricity traders, as well as of operators and suppliers of electrical energy.
Further information on electrical energy storage (ees) can be found at http://www.
However, analysts assess that there is room to reduce the price in Macedonia because if the price of electrical energy is compared to the standard of living, Macedonian citizens pay high electricity bills.
Researchers working with Professor Rubloff and his collaborator, Professor Sang Bok Lee, have developed a method to significantly enhance the performance of electrical energy storage devices.
The very large limits of the interval mentioned (1 to 10) show the huge availabilities existent in the projection of water supply systems, regarding the insurance of a minimum of electrical energy consumption.
Surely, if the Assembly wishes to export more electrical power, it should be concentrating on other, more sensible and viable renewable forms of electrical energy - and then what about energy conservation?
The energy in the water has been provided by electrical energy in raising the water to a height where it will flow through the mains by gravity.
Instead of relying on a petroleum engine, his dragster would cruise to the finish line powered by an electric motor that converts electrical energy into speed-boosting energy of motion.
Experiments were designed to measure the electrical energy required to carry out a kraft cook and the electrical energy required to "cook" an equivalent amount of water.
The Solis faucet's integrated power-plant storage cell transforms light from any source into electrical energy.
So, by having people from both Electrical Energy Management and Thermal Systems working together, they've developed what's called the "Stop-Stay-Cool," which employs an evaporator system that stores cold energy during normal engine operation; this is then released into the ventilation system when the air conditioning compressor is shut off during engine stop.
It converts mechanical power into electrical energy by using a specially-designed crank to power a cellular phone directly or charge its batteries.
Focusing on Tesla's technological inventions rather than his equally historic run-ins with protocorporate America (the inventor was a long-suffering victim of Thomas Edison's plagiarism before hooking up with Westinghouse), Sonnier delves into the electrical energy and natural power sources that were Tesla's obsessions.
A considerable percentage of the world's electrical energy is used to fragment rock to liberate the valuable minerals in the pieces of ore.
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