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powerhouse

an electrical generating station or plant

powerhouse

A building in which electricity or other form of power is generated.

PowerHouse

A fourth-generation language from Unicom Global (www.unicomglobal.com) that was introduced in the late 1970s for midrange computers. PowerHouse supports character-oriented terminal-based applications as well as Windows clients, and apps developed under PowerHouse can be imported into the Axiant client/server environment. PowerHouse was developed by Cognos, which was acquired by IBM in 2008. The PowerHouse product line was acquired by Unicom in 2013. See Axiant.
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While our authorized dealers are reinventing rooftops on existing homes with POWERHOUSE upgrades, it's equally exciting to see the growth within our homebuilder partners," comments Jane Palmieri, vice president, Dow Solar.
There have always been cross border links between North Wales and Cheshire and Merseyside, and those will only benefit from the umbrella of the Northern Powerhouse.
Today dozens of bold businesses are sending a clear message by joining us in this quest to make the Northern Powerhouse an even better place to live, work and invest in.
But yesterday Mr Osborne insisted: "The Northern Powerhouse is here to stay.
The aim of this project is to see what we can learn from these areas to help shape policy for the Northern Powerhouse.
Compared to the Northern Powerhouse, the Severnside region already boasts higher levels of commuting between Cardiff or Newport and Bristol than between Manchester to Leeds or Liverpool, according to the report.
Although plans for Trans-Pennine rail line electrification - one of the headline promises - have been "paused" by the Government The IPPR report stressed that, while it welcomed the government's Northern Powerhouse agenda, a key test of its success must be how it translates into higher living standards for people living and working in the region.
Powerhouse MX drives are never made from sintered metal.
As part of the transaction, PowerHouse will pay an initial consideration of GBP2.
The company said its two PowerHouse systems will support the IT partner's containerised data centres, enabling the end user, an oil and gas company, to quickly add additional capacity.
In DUMBO, questions and possibilities abound; this will be a perfect place to situate a laboratory of thought, which is what powerHouse intends to do.