HEPS

(redirected from Hydro-Electric Power Station)
AcronymDefinition
HEPSHeadline Earnings per Share
HEPSHigher Education Partnership for Sustainability
HEPSHigh Energy Protein Supplement
HEPSHigh Efficiency Performance Standards (Australia)
HEPSHydro-Electric Power Station (various locations)
HEPSHigh Energy Particle Sensor (National Polar-Orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System; US NOAA)
HEPSHistory, Economics, Political Science, Sociology (various universities)
HEPSHenderson European Property Securities (Henderson Investors Singapore)
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Armstrong didn't invent electricity or hydro-power, but he was probably the first person to merge the two, and the builder of the first hydro-electric power station.
Developers are | applying to raise the output of a proposed hydro-electric power station at Glyn Rhonwy to 99.
Following the trail that leads to the waterfall, one can spot the remnants of former channels leading to a deserted hydro-electric power station, one of the oldest in Macedonia.
The work will secure future power generation and local jobs at Dolgarrog hydro-electric power station.
Hydro-electric power station projects or alternate energy projects in Pakistan should be announced and work commence on these projects at the earliest possible.
With the hydro-electric power station at Maentwrog and high level grid connections it makes an ideal zone for a range of potential developments.
One of the agreements scheduled the start of construction work on a hydro-electric power station on the Arax river which runs along the two countries' border.
Existing sources of electricity include the Van Eck Coal Power Station in Windhoek with a capacity of 120 megawatt, the Ruacana Hydro-electric Power Station with a capacity of 240 megawatt and the Walvis Bay Paratus Diesel Power Station with a capacity of 18.
smashed a hydro-electric power station, Xinhua and local television reports said.
The two sides reviewed ways of expanding bilateral cooperation in establishment of hydro-electric power station and using green energies to produce electricity, as well as the bilateral ties in oil and gas sectors.
Yet most of the eels killed in Ireland are actually being destroyed by the turbines at the ESB''s hydro-electric power station at Ardnacrusha.
This is more than 87million units of electricity and enough energy to run a hydro-electric power station for 299 minutes.