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kilovolt

one thousand volts.

kilovolt

[′kil·ə‚vōlt]
(electricity)
A unit of potential difference equal to 1000 volts. Abbreviated kV.

kilovolt

A unit of electromotive force equal to 1,000 volts.
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Those above 33 kilovolts will continue paying a fixed charge of Sh17,000.
Contracting was completed for cables with 66 kilovolt capacities to expand the grid by 57km and replace connectors with capacities of 330 kilovolt, in addition to expanding through the establishment of 30 cells to be installed in the transmitters.
Country: UKSector: ElectronicsTarget: Applied Kilovolts Group Holdings LtdBuyer: ITT Exelis IncType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
2 million, produces critical components for global analytical instrumentation customers under the brand names Applied Kilovolts and Brandenburg.
Commercial users who are metered at between 450 volts to 11 kilovolts will pay Sh7 per unit from Sh9.
Moreover, the utility company has planned for upgrading of the five more miles of the transmission line in the Leesville area to expand its capacity also to the level of 138 kilovolts.
Did you know that a typical warehouse operation can generate between 8 and 15 kilovolts of electrical discharge?
The project has three voltage levels from 220 kilovolts to the municipalities of Mbanza Congo, Noqui, Tomboco and Kuimba, 60 for Nzeto (Zaire) and 400 kilovolts to Luanda.
The transmission lines are 500 kilovolts and 230 kilovolts and have a combined total distance of 900 kilometers.
The renewable energy plant features 15 wind turbines of 2 megawatts each, a system of monitoring and control, a voltage transformer of 33 kilovolts along with two medium voltage lines of 33 kilovolts each.
Lapp manufactures both ceramic and composite insulators for applications ranging from 15 kilovolts to 765 kilovolts and has factories in LeRoy, New York, Sandersville, Georgia, and Wunsiedel, Germany.
On the island of Newfoundland, Abengoa will develop approximately 160 km of 230 kilovolts alternating current transmission line from the Granite Canal Substation to the Bottom Brook Substation; 142 km of 200 kilovolt high-voltage direct current line from Bottom Brook to Cape Ray and 23 km of five kilovolt grounding line from Bottom Brook Converter Station to Indian Head.