electric energy

electric energy

[i¦lek·trik ′en·ər·jē]
(electromagnetism)
Energy of electric charges by virtue of their position in an electric field.
Energy of electric currents by virtue of their position in a magnetic field.
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The Saudi Electricity Company explained that it has implemented numerous awareness-raising programs and projects related to electricity service in support of the culture of optimum usage of electric energy as well as the electricity safety standards.
Wind farms of Enefit Taastuvenergia, the wind generating arm of the state owned energy group Eesti Energia, produced 70 per cent more I electric energy in January,
The electroplasticity theories generally share an argument that the applied electric energy has effects, which are distinct from joule heating, on the dislocation in metals.
A statement by the Office of Abadi said while chairing a meeting of the Ministerial Committee of energy that the country faces many challenges, especially the financial crisis as a result of lower oil prices globally, and we have many plans to address them by putting strategies that contribute to increase oil exports and make more efforts to increase the production of electric energy in order to serve the citizen.
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Tariffs for electric energy for population of Kyrgyzstan will not be increased in 2012, not in 2013," said the Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Omurbek Babanov on August 7, 2012 in an interview with OTRK.
The two sides agreed that the Spanish side finance a wind farm project to generate electric energy with a capacity of 50 megawatt.
Practically almost all the electric energy consumed in Estonia and noticeable part of heat energy are produced by electric and cogeneration power stations belonging to the uniform energy system and transported to the consumers by the district-heating and electric networks.
Today, 65,000 hectares of sugar fields in Honduras produce 5 million tons of sugar cane with the potential Lo generate 344 megawatts of electric energy.
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