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outage

Commerce a quantity of goods missing or lost after storage or shipment

outage

[′au̇d·ij]
(electricity)
A failure in an electric power system.
(petroleum engineering)
The difference between the full or rated capacity of a barrel, tank, or tank car as compared to actual content.

outage

A failure in the electric power supplied by a utility company.
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These kits could come in use in brief power outages, and will be absolutely essential in the event of extended power outages.
Blackout Tracker Annual Report data is based on a full year of reported power outages across the U.
Recommendation: To meet its obligations to periodically report on the potential effects of planned outages and fulfill its federal role in providing timely and accurate data to explain trends in energy markets, the Secretary of Energy should direct the Administrator of EIA to reevaluate its EIA-810 monthly refinery production survey and commercially available data, to determine whether those data sufficiently reflect changes over time in various blends of fuels refiners produce to allow EIA to adequately conduct future analyses of outage effects on prices of petroleum products.
The number of metallic balloon-caused power outages has risen sharply in the state in recent years and spikes around Valentine's Day, he said.
Legally, negotiating the ability to run independently during an outage can be difficult, according OfficePower LLC CEO Joel Wilson--and for good reason.
However, most diesel generators carry a fuel capacity of between 24 and 72 hours, so owners will need to make accommodations for additional fuel delivery during extended power outages.
Companies located in the blackout zone that had planned ahead--housing their Internet hosting and critical data with a specially designed carrier hotel--were unfazed by the outage.
This dual-trigger approach provides greater efficiency than either a call option or simple outage coverage, since the probability of outage and excessive spot-market prices is factored into its price.
We have to keep 40 percent of the [electrical] load available for rotating outages.
Once the design of the system is well documented and understood, it is important to identify critical loads that will require emergency power in the event of a power outage.
Ecologic Analytics, the leading provider of meter data management (MDM) solutions based on International standards, announced today that Oncor has integrated SmartData for Outage Management, an application extension for the Ecologic MDM, with its Outage Management System and indicates that the application is performing extremely well.
Follow these social media accounts to get up-to-date information about outages and restoration efforts: