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energized

[′en·ər‚jīzd]
(electricity)
Electrically connected to a voltage source. Also known as alive; hot; live.

energized

Connected to a source of voltage.
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In 2015-2016 under the SEP, the NEA has energized 302 sitios with 1,775 household consumers.
Energized Customs is an online vehicle replacement parts company with co-managers Lizzy Lane, aged 21, and Nathan Houghton, aged 23, at the heart of the business.
Along the Pacific Coast of the United States, fishers have also raised this issue (4); one of the specific issues is how crabs (which form major fisheries along the Pacific Coast) might respond to energized power cables.
He said 49 of these subvillages in the towns of Atok, Kapangan, Kibungan and Tublay were energized using P32 million facilitated by the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP).
According to PESCO Spokesman, a new power transformer at 220 KV Mardan grid station was installed and energized by PESCO on the directives of Secretary Water and Power Nargis Sethi that will benefits a large number of consumers of different cities and towns.
It states, " The energized equipment safety precautions of paragraph 300-2.
Electrical workers are faced with this danger every time they work on energized electrical equipment.
But if your district or foundation has really energized residents to support public education privately, it should be easy to energize this same base to support a bigger tax increase as well.
When the coil is energized, it compresses the spring and attracts the armature plate, allowing the disks to rotate.
I'd energized the metal fixture, which in turn energized the foil wallpaper
This indicates that people have been energized and continue to want to be active.
Pumps and valves stay energized while minimizing valve and pump heating.