KWHR

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KWHRKilowatt Hour
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"Delighted that an all-time low solar tariff of Rs 4.63 (a kWhr) has been achieved during reverse e-auction conducted by NTPC," power minister Piyush Goyal tweeted.
Lowest quoted tariff in price bid was ` 5.21/ Kwhr and weighted average quoted tariff in price bid was ` 5.334/ Kwhr, NTPC disclosed.
The commercial rooftop projects, nine (9MW) of the 14 of which commenced commercial operation in the second quarter, produced on overage close to 40,000 kWhr of power per day, a jump from 30,000 kWhr over the previous quarter.
With both tanks installed, the fuel cell can store up to 3.4 kg of hydrogen with an energy capacity of 50 kilowatt-hours (kWhr).
The Dutch-built EWT generator is expected to generate two million kWhr and has no gearbox, making it more reliable than conventional units.
According to Galan, a Multiuser Solar micro-Grid (MSG) was installed in this village, which is capable of producing approximately 90 kWhr per day, (enough to power 60 households).
The energy gain [DELTA]E (kWhr) and efficiency [eta] (%) of DAST over SSS which will be widely used in this work can be calculated from energy generated by DAST [E.sub.DAST] and energy generated by SSS [E.sub.SSS] and the energy consumption for performing the tracking [E.sub.C] as follows:
The model is equipped with a flex-fuel version of Chrysler's 3.6-litre V6 engine, coupled with the minivan's front wheels through a two-mode hybrid transmission and an on-board electric motor powered by a liquid-cooled 12.1 KWhr lithium-ion battery, netting a combined output of 290bhp.
Minister Caglayan said total cost of two nuclear power plants planned to produce 85 billion kwhr electricity was one tenth of the cost of natural gas that would be used to produce same quantity of electricity.
MORESCO-1 experienced nine (9) causes of system loss: (1) line conductor so small, (2) transformer not load centered, (3) improperly sized transformer, (4) poor power factor, (5) unbalanced loading between phases, (6) poor maintenance and operation practices of kwhr meters, (7) poor quality meters, (8) electricity pilferages, and (9) poor administration of reading and billing.
Although the cost of the plant was $2 million, it dropped the price of electricity from about 30 cents per kWhr to six cents, saving the company about $500,000 a year.