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kW-hr

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Annual KW-HR Consumption for 10,000 cfm System US City 30% O/A Economiser 100% O/A Annual kW-hr System IDEC System Reduction in % Albuquerque, NM 35479.75 12128 66% Boise, ID 28294.78 7841 72.3% Denver, CO 26144.14 9627 63.2% Las Vegas, NV 68722.79 19998 71% Phoenix, AZ 87798.32 45031 48.8% Portland, OR 36495.29 11314 69% Salt Lake City, UT 34789.56 11391 67.3% Figure 6: Total Annual kW-hr consumption for VAV systems providing 10,000 cfm based on Denver, CO TMY3 data 30% O/A ECONOMISER VAV 26144.14 100% O/A IDEC VAV 9627.00 * Denver, CO TMY3 Data * 365/24/7 Duty cycle Note: Table made from bar graph.
With due attention to reference [23] which was reported production of N[O.sub.x] S[O.sub.2] and C[O.sub.2] in per kW-hr for produce electrical energy by arsenals in manner is 166.15 gr, 2.773 gr, 0.994 gr, therefore, rate of diminish product above pollutants, as a result of electrical energy saving around 1550 kW-hr is based on the following related.
The battery bank holds 80 kW-hr of power for up to 24 hours of operation at full load before recharging, said SolaRover Inc.
The tractive energy required for a minimized system was 67.2 kW-hr per ha compared to 20 kW-hr for a single-pass system.
Annual KW-HR Consumption for 10,000 cfm System US City 30% O/A 100% O/A Annual kW-hr Economiser System IDEC System Reduction in % Albuquerque, NM 35479.75 12128 66% Boise, ID 28294.78 7841 72.3% Denver, CO 26144.14 9627 63.2% Las Vegas, NV 68722.79 19998 71% Phoenix, AZ 87798.32 45031 48.8% Portland, OR 36495.29 11314 69% Salt Lake City, UT 34789.56 11391 67.3%
A 35 kW-hr lead-acid battery pack is capable of supplying up to 30 kW of continuous electrical power for hydraulic and electric equipment.
Wind farms can generate electricity for as low as 4-7 cents per kW-hr.
power generation from 1989 to 2009 grew by 34%, from 2.8 billion kW-hr to 3.8 billion kW-hr, according to the Energy Information Administration (www.eia.gov).
The LTF performance has been documented through many years of successful, continuous, commercial operation in a 123,000 ton-hr (432,500 kW-hr), 8.5 million gallon (32,000 m3) thermal storage system in Chicago, Illinois.