demand factor


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demand factor

[də′mand ‚fak·tər]
(electricity)
The ratio of the maximum demand of a building for electric power to the total connected load. Also known as demand.

demand factor

The ratio of the maximum demand of a system to the total connected load of the system.
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The supply is overwhelming that demand factor on a national basis," Schwartz said.
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We conducted extensive research on the demand factor.
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The third major demand factor is housing vacancies, including second homes and vacant rental units.
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With anticipated job growth, a primary demand factor for the demand for apartment units, the apartment sector will continue to see strong investor interest.
He confirmed that supply and demand factors impact to the shift of prices.
It provides data on tourism demand factors and tourism market indicators for the travel and tourism industry in Canada
Madi said that the price drop was because of fundamental supply and demand factors not any non-economic policies.