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baseload

[′bās‚lōd]
(electricity)
Minimum load of a power generator over a given period of time.
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This value is lower than that for base load power plant is operational.
"Base load power plant capacity" is needed to meet 24-hours-a day/365-days-a-year electric needs.
The extended base load power plant, scheduled to come on stream in summer 2005, would be the largest liquid bio fuel-fired plant ever built.
The main power plant in Sulta is a 70 MW base load power plant equipped with ten Wrtsil 32 engines, while the 19 MW power plant in the grinding unit in Akfah is equipped with three Wrtsil 32 engines.
A base load power plant is a power station that provides continuous supply of electricity throughout the year with some minimum power generation requirement.
Finnish ship power supplier and decentralized power generation systems provider Wartsila Corporation said on Monday (8 November) that it had received an order from the Canadian oil and gas company Nexen for a base load power plant for its Bashair Al Khair-A oil field in Yemen.
The 53 MW base load power plant is equipped with seven Wartsila 32 engines, and provides energy for Hail Cement Companys cement factory as well as their employees accommodation.
It is also keen on a base load power plant to add capacity in Luzon, and reach Eastern Visayas to spur growth in the region which was badly hit by Supertyphoon Yolanda (international codename: Haiyan) in November 2013.
El Morro will be a base load power plant equipped with six Wartsila 34SG gas engines for an installed capacity of 55 MW.
Duterte, the first Mindanaoan president of the country, switched on the biggest base load power plant in Mindanao during an inauguration ceremony held in Villanueva town, Misamis Oriental on September 22.