SFCL

AcronymDefinition
SFCLSuperconducting Fault Current Limiter (electrical engineering)
SFCLSmall Farmer Cooperatives Limited (Nepal)
SFCLStripline Ferrite Coupled Line
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SFCL's operating earnings contribution from Barbados over the last three years was moderate at 17% as both Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago had larger regional contributions to earnings.
Li, "Stability enhancement in distribution systems with DFIG-based wind turbine by use of SFCL," Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference, pp.
In a sense, SFCL may be conducted as a very major application of HTS materials to handle the power transient issues caused by short-circuit faults.
and Rezzoug, A., A novel approach to determine the optimal location of SFCL in electric power grid to improve power system stability, " IEEE Trans.
Bank, Finance and Insurance sector was the main contributor to the market turnover due to a crossing of Senkadagala Finance (SFCL) shares and Nation Lanka (CSF), while the sector index decreased by 0.29%.
He said SFCLs offer a quick, efficient and cost-effective solution to accelerate the connection of renewable energy generation.
A comparison is made between the performances of the Purbanchal with that of the NGO run replicators, two NGOs supported by the Rural Self-Help Fund (29) (RSHF), i.e., Adarsha Krishak Samanwaya Samiti (Adarsha) and Vyccu Bachat Tatha Rin Sahakari Samstha (Vyccu), and two cooperatives operating in Nepal, i.e., SFCL in Bhumisthan, Dhading and Navajiban Cooperative Limited (Navajiban) in Dhangadi.
New York: Fitch Ratings has affirmed Sagicor Financial Corporation Limited's (SFCL) long-term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'B'.
The superconducting fault current limiter (SFCL) technology developed by Blyth-based Applied Superconductor Ltd (ASL) is attracting the interest of three major UK electricity network operators - Electricity North West, Scottish Power and CE Electric.