Energy factor


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Energy factor

Overall efficiency of a water heater or other appliance. The amount of hot water produced per unit of gas or electricity purchased. The higher the energy factor number, the more efficient the water heater.
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The book contains a new chapter on Energy Factor (EF) and its use in mathematical modeling.
The Asian Energy Factor acknowledges this emerging state of affairs and clearly articulates its implications for the region.
TABLE-III GENERATION FORECAST WAPDA + KESC Energy and Peak Demand: Generation Fiscal Total Load Peak Year Sales Energy Factor Demand Ending (GW.
Updates to the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act(NAECA) that require higher Energy Factor (EF) ratings on water heaters are compelling homeowners and builders alike to look for economical, energy-efficient, space-saving alternatives to traditional tank heaters.
The assumed 40-gallon (151 L) boiler energy factor is 0.
Oil and gas cooperation is also covered in the Memorandum on strategic partnership signed between Azerbaijan and the European Union and energy factor is very important in EU-Azerbaijan relations.
Modified Energy Factor (MEF) measures total energy consumption per cycle, including the dryer energy used to remove moisture in washed items.
Luo and Ye are the authors of Synchronous and Resonant DC/DC Conversion Technology, Energy Factor, and Mathematical Modeling.
His topics include water sources and quality, demand management and loss control, sewer leaking and rehabilitation, drainage structures, asset management, privatization, economics and financing water services, the energy factor, and project management.
Standards to earn an Energy Star seal are an energy factor of 1.
Contract notice: Vol-process heat supply generated from carbon-neutral raw materials (primary energy factor low) for the gymnasium ottobrunn (existing and new).
The DOE standards call for a minimum modified energy factor (MEF) of at least 1.
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