generation rate

generation rate

[‚jen·ə′rā·shən ‚rāt]
(electronics)
In a semiconductor, the time rate of creation of electron-hole pairs.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Good earnings and a moderately high internal capital generation rate have led to good capital increases over the years.
The recommended guideline (tables) was based on old experience, in which air change rate was arbitrarily determined "only" based on room cleanliness class, disregarding a room's actual particle generation rate (internal generation and external intrusion) and other factors.
The group announced three advances from their "one pot" process, which are - a novel combination of enzymes, an increased hydrogen generation rate, to as fast as natural hydrogen fermentation, and, a chemical energy output greater than the chemical energy stored in sugars - the highest hydrogen yield reported from cellulosic materials.
The ERC chief stressed that the proposed rules provide equal opportunity to all relevant stakeholders, and to achieve a reasonable and competitive pricing of generation rate to be charged to captive customers.
The subsidy may be in the form of tax incentives and removal of pass-through charges and burdensome tariffs such as value-added tax on franchise tax, the generation rate adjustment mechanism, feed-in-tariff and others in universal charge which the government can shoulder using the Malampaya funds.
Devanadera expounded some electric cooperatives were already summoned, primarily those being complained about to be "expecting a generation rate increase due to newly approved contracts to explain and for them to come up with measures to mitigate the impact of power rate increases that they will implement."
A big chunk of the generation rate hike comes from independent power producers (IPPs) that are charging 35.73 centavos more per kWh.
FirstEnergy Solutions revealed on Monday that t is now offering Duke Energy's residential electric customers in the Cincinnati area a fixed price of USD0.05.99 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) on electric generation through to December 2012, a 30% saving over Duke's current average generation rate of USD0.0878 per kWh.
For the constant occupancy case, the occupancy level for all hours of any given day was assumed to be characterized by the occupancy level and [CO.sub.2] generation rate resulting from the same cumulative probability factor.
Beringer, et al, defined a "sensitivity coefficient" of tire temperature to the heat generation rate of tire components[ref.
'Subsidy may be in the form of tax incentives and removal of pass-through charges and burdensome tariffs, such as VAT on franchise tax, the generation rate adjustment mechanism, feed-in-tariff and others in universal charge, which the government can shoulder using the Malampaya funds.
In its 19-page petition to the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC), Napocor proposed an increase in its subsidized approved generation rate (SAGR) of P0.8293 per kilowatt-hour (kwh) in areas under its coverage due to excise tax.

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