excess power

excess power

excess power
The difference between the power available and the power required at a particular speed and height. It is a measure of the rate of climb and acceleration.
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Though the Finance Minister is lamenting about the whopping GHS2.5 billion the government is paying annually for power the people of Ghana do not consume, The Chronicle is more interested in the excess power we are producing and yet our streets are not well lit.
From tomorrow laws will let families make about PS80 a year selling excess power to the grid.
Customers sell excess power back to the grid, providing the surrounding community with locally-produced clean energy and reducing the need to import fossil fuels.
According to von Koenigsegg, the MX-5 is a good example of a car that gives pleasure without excess power. Christian adheres to the same principle, to the forefront of emotions, when creating hypercars, but unlike MX-5, they have just crazy returns.
Hood Tech's FLARES achieves toughness with excess power: With nominal payload, FLARES hovers at 55% throttle.
He said with necessary approval by Energy Regulatory Commission, the grid-connected PV system supplies the excess power, beyond consumption by the connected load, to the utility grid.
As of Monday, the National Grid Power Corporation (NGCP) recorded that Mindanao's existing capacity reached 2,533 MW while demand was 1,790 MW, leaving only 743 MW in excess power.
Last year in December, Kenyatta University switched on the first phase of a Sh1.7 billion solar plant that will see the institution generate its own electricity and offload excess power to the national grid.The 100 kilowatt (kW) solar plant, located at main the campus off Thika Road cost about Sh17 million.
The department expects some 1,400 MW of excess power.
Combined with an expansive transmission system, AECI can meet its members' long-term energy needs, while having the flexibility to market excess power.
The excess power generated from the solar PV panels is transmitted to the main grid of the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa).
The consortium, named Haeolus, will enable the production of clean hydrogen using some of the excess power produced from wind in the region.