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power consumption

The power used multiplied by time; measured in kilowatt-hours, horsepower-hours, etc.
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Summary: ABU DHABI - The GCC regional electricity consumption in the next 10 years will increase to 100GW, requiring investments of $25 billion, an energy conference was told in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.
ANKARA , October 05, 2011(TUR) - Electricity consumption increased 10.
said Tuesday it will launch an online system to enable users to check their electricity consumption and charges amid growing awareness of the need to save energy due to electricity supply constraints.
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 11, 2006 - (JCN) - Fujitsu General has released seven types of cost-effective energy-saving electrical carpet which cuts down the electricity consumption of 30% compared with the conventional types.
Farmers get the lowest rate for electricity used at night, when statewide consumption is at its lowest, and can't buy it at that rate during late weekday afternoons, when electricity consumption peaks.
WELLINGBOROUGH, United Kingdom -- A recent US and UK "Smart Home Energy Management" consumer survey from IMS Research found that over 90% of respondents wanted to be able to access and view current household electricity consumption data.
The total projected electricity consumption active for objects falling supply of electricity in rem proceeding is: 5 129 750 kWh.
The move has been adopted due to lack of natural gas in the city, where electricity consumption currently excesses the specified minimum of 700-800 kWh per day.
The empirical results have shown that there is nonlinear relationship between electricity consumption and economic growth and also between electricity prices and consumption.
System Operator reported yesterday (4 Sep) that electricity consumption in Russia increased by 2.
According to the data of the State Statistical Office, in 2010, in the Republic od Macedonia, in the gross national electricity consumption, which was 8 677 969 MWh, the share of domestic production was 83.
ANKARA, August 09, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkey's electricity consumption reached a record high level in July, 2011 due to high temperatures and massive use of air conditioners.

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