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therm

Brit a unit of heat equal to 100 000 British thermal units. One therm is equal to 1.055 056 × 108 joules

therm

[thərm]
(thermodynamics)
A unit of heat energy, equal to 100,000 international table British thermal units, or approximately 1.055 × 108 joules.

therm

A quantity of heat equivalent to 100,000 Btu.
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Image Therm conducted an extensive hardware and software search to select the proper camera system.
Dan Gauthier, president and chief executive officer of Therm Technology, said the acquisition will give Therm access to retailers in the consumer market.
These bill credits are in addition to the reduction the utility has already put into effect on October 1, 2014, which reduced its gas supply rate to 45 cents per therm from 54 cents its lowest rate in 14 years.
If the proposed price cut is approved, the average NSTAR Gas heating/cooking customer using 38 therms of gas a month between May and October will pay $33.
A 15-cent per therm bill credit for February 2012 usage provided an additional $24 in savings.
If the proposed cost is approved, the average NSTAR Gas heating customer using 38 therms of gas a month between May and October will pay approximately $56.
Under the company's proposal, filed recently with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, a typical residential heating customer using 100 therms of natural gas monthly would save $7.
15 per therm for most of last winter before increasing to $0.
5 billion therms in Spain, while sales to industry were 105.
Residential customers can expect the average winter monthly bill for 75 therms of natural gas to be about $80-85, as compared with $98 last winter.
Formerly known as BG Energy Services, Lattice won the job of switching the poultry processing factory in Lincoinshire, which has two boilers using around 200,000 therms of propane a year.