energy operator

energy operator

[′en·ər·jē ‚äp·ə‚rād·ər]
(quantum mechanics)
The operator corresponding to the energy or Hamiltonian of a classical system. Also known as Hamiltonian operator.
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Similarly, as a niche marine and energy operator, GME has very little product diversity.
Nevertheless, these contacts have not resulted in any kind of plans or decisions related to the energy industry nor in an alliance, agreement or consolidation between Endesa or any other energy operator.
ENDESA with any other energy operator, have resulted from
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08% was funded by the bank and another $80 million should be contributed by Azerenerji (national energy operator of Azerbaijan).
The company bagged a contract with a major South-Asian energy operator, which will install the rig in North-Africa.
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National energy operator Azerenerji JSC is continuously in efforts to improve electric supply of Baku agglomeration.