covering capacity

covering capacity

A term now replaced by hiding power.
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The high court ruling has effectively invalidated 90 PSAs or power supply deals - both covering capacity off-takes (buyers) from power facilities that are already operating and those that have yet to be built.
Eutelsat Communications (Paris:ETL) , an operator of communication satellites, announced on Monday that Arqiva, a UK-based communications infrastructure and media services company, has renewed multi-year contracts covering capacity on two satellites.
Capacity or fixed element covering capacity reservation and other fixed charges;
Organic colorants such as, for example, Cromophthal Orange GP or BASF's Paliogen Red K 3580 gain greater covering capacity and are more brilliant than conventional mixtures when combined with Sicopal Orange.
The Covermatic system has a covering capacity of about 7 kg/min, and is designed for rolls with core diameters ranging from 5 mm to 110 mm, lengths of between 100 mm and 10,000 mm and layer thicknesses of 2 mm to 40 mm.
Power utility giant Manila Electric Company (Meralco) has kicked off negotiations with four (4) power generation companies on possible renewal of power supply agreements (PSAs) covering capacity of 1,900 megawatts.
The Covermatic system has a covering capacity of about 7 kg/min., and is designed for rolls with core diameters ranging from 5 mm to 110 ram, lengths of between 100 mm and 10,000 mm and layer thicknesses of 2 mm to 40 mm.
It is characterized by its high volatility and fineness and therefore it has a large covering capacity. The percentage of fine parts contained in carbon black, even if pelletized together with the fines generated during handling, represents a potential danger for the environment for the state of being of the operators and therefore for the quality.