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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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2013) and Kim, Zhang, Jackson, Connaughton, and Kim (2013) have identifed various attitudinal concepts, such as perceived value, percieved benefits, and customer satisfaction, that could partially mediate the relaitonship between sport market demand factor and consumption behavior.
The new energy policy would evolve around four basic concepts, which include balancing the supply, demand factor, ensuring affordable tariff for electricity consumers, reduce thefts, and making investment in energy sector an attractive prospect.
We conducted extensive research on the demand factor.
In addition, there is a new and significant demand factor in the uranium market in the form of pure investment purchasers--mostly hedge funds, which were almost entirely absent from this market prior to 2005.
Apart from futures market activity, other factors affecting NR price movements were currency movements, INRO, China, government intervention, weather and supply factors and the demand factor.
With anticipated job growth, a primary demand factor for the demand for apartment units, the apartment sector will continue to see strong investor interest.
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The whole process will depend on supply and demand factors, in addition to the skills and qualifications of the recruited workers and the others standards put in place by the private sector," he added.
Other metals did not go through such tug and pull, the report said, and were mainly governed by supply and demand factors.
CBOS governor revealed that solution for bridging the financial gap were developed following the loss of 50 % of the state's revenues in 2012, explaining that exchange rate was made flexible to extract expatriates' remittances to make it stable to be determined by the supply and demand factors to realize a type of balance between exports and imports, referring to the efforts being exerted to bridge the gap between exchange rate of commercial banks and the parallel market.