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outage

Commerce a quantity of goods missing or lost after storage or shipment

outage

[′au̇d·ij]
(electricity)
A failure in an electric power system.
(petroleum engineering)
The difference between the full or rated capacity of a barrel, tank, or tank car as compared to actual content.

outage

A failure in the electric power supplied by a utility company.
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Together, the combined intelligence designed for both system outages and simulation tools enable utilities to improve service reliability for their customers and reduce operational costs related to outage preparedness and response.
Blackout Tracker Annual Report data is based on a full year of reported power outages across the U.
outage that affected neighborhoods north of the Ventura Freeway to Montrose, said Glendale city spokesman Ritch Wells.
Market prospect for companies providing outage management systems
The solution s historical outage dashboard shows data such as service area segment performance, device type, and worst-performing assets that utilities can analyze in order to pinpoint weaknesses in the grid and inform repair and replace decisions.
Meanwhile, the demands come in addition to about $600,000 in damage the outage caused to the Department of Water and Power's infrastructure.
It's new technology, but already our customers are seeing dramatic results in identifying failing equipment, stopping outages, and improving reliability.
Blackout Tracker data is based on a full year of reported power outages across the U.
Before March 8, power outages were rare in Glendale, Abeug said.
A partner in the ENERGY STAR[R] program, GridPoint helps home and business owners automatically protect themselves from power outages, manage their energy online and reduce their carbon footprint.
Customers can receive status updates on reported outages by logging into their online account at www.
Customers can prepare ahead for the possibility of power outages associated with an ice storm by assembling an Emergency Storm Kit including: