energy head

energy head

[′en·ər·jē ‚hed]
(fluid mechanics)
The elevation of the hydraulic grade line at any section of a waterway plus the velocity head of the mean velocity of the water in that section.
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In a statement, the Dong Energy Head (Wind Power) Samuel Leupold revealed, "This demonstrates the great potential of offshore wind.
Solar technology has improved dramatically over the past few years and the cost has come down as a result," Origin Energy head of energy markets Frank Calabria said.
Global Banking News-April 21, 2015--Bank of America names global energy head
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The GCC's gas shortage can be resolved," said Manr Energy head of consulting Robin Mills.
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The former Chinese energy head said China has finished the first phase of its emergency stockpile of 103.
Energy head appointed The Birmingham office of Midland law firm Freeth Cartwright has appointed renewables advisory expert Catherine Burke to head up its local energy practice.
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), said he had agreed in a meeting with Iran's atomic energy head Fereydoun Abbasi-Davani this week that the two sides needed to talk.
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China hopes to clinch more deals on liquefied natural gas imports and take advantage of excess supply in the international LNG market now to speed up negotiations of overseas gas purchases, the country's energy head said.