unit charge

unit charge

[′yü·nət ′chärj]
(electricity)
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The AJK was earlier getting only 15 paisa per unit charge. But the cost of electricity supply to AJK consumers will also go up from Rs4.50 per unit to the rate that is offered to the bulk consumers.
With the lowest unit charge window for the November elections in effect since Sept.
The committee recommended that under a 1970 agreement with the federal government, AJK has to be treated fairly and at par with provinces for all practical purposes given its peculiar status and hence it supported the payment of Rs1.15 per unit charge to AJK even if there was no such provision in the constitution.
"The children in the unit loved the day and getting the chance to meet Skye and Chase from Paw Patrol,"paediatric unit charge nurse Carole Briggs explained.
In other words, voltage is the electrical energy per unit charge.
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.
The weather event reduced steam production and the refinery responded by reducing unit charge rates or shutting down certain process units, a company spokeswoman said in an email.
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.
Most people will notice no difference from the old system, where the cost was built into the unit charge. But some households that make a point of using very little energy will be worse off.
An important mediator in these situations is the unit charge nurse.