unit charge

unit charge

[′yü·nət ′chärj]
(electricity)
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Owned by Access Uganda Solar Limited, there is some concern around the existing unit charge as the rate is considered high and increases production costs, therefore bumping up local product pricing, The Monitor reported.
The hospital award for excellence in community health and well-being went to short stay unit charge nurse manager Steve Stewart.
According to Rangers the accused is worker of a political party and had been its unit charge at Gulistan-e-Jauhar Unit.
Q I'm looking for a low standing charge and high unit charge energy tariff for the property I've just bought as I won't be there much so will use very few units.
Section 315(b) of the Act, among other things, requires that, during the 45 days prior to a primary and the 60 days prior to a general election, a station shall not charge a candidate more than the lowest unit charge of the station for the same class and amount of time for the same period.
Most people will notice no difference from the old system, where the cost was built into the unit charge.
An important mediator in these situations is the unit charge nurse.
In the beginning, we will pick a trivial example of a unit charge and a zero potential sphere as a single Dirichlet boundary condition in 3D space.
Scottish Power have raised the unit charge from 7p to 19.
Failure to give the right notice at the right time can mean a new contract is formed with a rate of the supplier's choosing, which, more likely than not, will mean a more expensive unit charge.
It also drives another set of coach and horses through perceptions that the weekly bet has too high a unit charge and landing the jackpot is the sole preserve of big-staking syndicates.
10) to have a minimum 50p per unit charge on alcohol seems a good idea, but will the innocent suffer?