electric distribution system

electric distribution system

[i′lek·trik ‚dis·trə′byü·shən ‚sis·təm]
(electricity)
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The site and Airport are within the City municipal electric distribution system territory.
3 million electric distribution system revenue and refunding bonds, series 2007, 2010A, 2010B, 2015, and 2015B;
The company has received the contract for the ownership, operation and maintenance of the natural gas and electric distribution system at Joint Base San Antonio.
Midwest Connections is an unregulated service of Midwest Energy Cooperative, a regional electric distribution system serving about 36,000 customers across southern Michigan, northern Indiana and Ohio.
Con Ed, for example, has the world's largest underground electric distribution system that serves more than 3.
This visit helped us explore the electric distribution system better.
It reduces the stresses placed on the electric distribution system during "reclosing" by up to 98%, lowering the likelihood that a reclosing event will damage a transformer, cause a joint or connector to melt or weld, cause a wire to touch the ground, or start a fire from molten metal.
Called Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), the $350 million program will be implemented over the next six years and serve as a platform to eliminate manual meter reading, provide remote monitoring of the electric distribution system and enable customers to manage their bills by tracking their consumption and demand via the DTE Energy web site.
The included case studies examine in a nontechnical format GIS software to model an electric distribution system, identify the best location for a distribution substation, locate damage, prevent outages and gas leaks, lower operating costs, and track work orders.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) recently announced receipt of three DaimlerChrysler F-Cell vehicles as part of a two-year test project under which the fuel cell vehicles will be operated on a daily basis to help determine if the technology is capable of meeting future fleet operations needs, evaluate fueling technology and the potential for gas and electric distribution system impacts, and aid fellow California Fuel Cell Partnership members DaimlerChrysler, Air Products and Chemicals, and British Petroleum in assessing their fuel cell and hydrogen technologies.
FuelCell Energy and Caterpillar have finalized a contract from the City of Westerville Electric Division to supply a 250 kW Direct FuelCell (DFC) power plant designed to feed power at a substation into the local electric distribution system in Westerville, Ohio.
Participants must be SBC-eligible electric distribution system customers of New York State's investor-owned utilities.