Definitions

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  • n. Megawatt hour(s).

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Examples

  • Furthermore the predicted annual output is not 50MW but 50 "MWh".

    The Guardian World News

  • Over the past 8 years, wind has represented around 40\% of new installed capacity (which, it is true, represents a smaller fraction a new production, in MWh, which is probably closer to

    Peak Energy

  • Contrary to his claim, the Jiangsu Landfill Gas Recovery Project will not "produce CO2 plenty" but convert methane (a greenhouse gas twenty-one times more intensive in its global warming impact than carbon dioxide) from landfill waste to CO2, while generating, on average, almost 24-thousand MWh of electricity a year.

    Adrian Rimmer: Why the U.S. Expo Pavilion Should Be Congratulated

  • In fact, the project is a run of the river plant with no dam in sight and an annual injection of around 5-thousand MWh of electricity generation into the Northwest China Power Grid.

    Adrian Rimmer: Why the U.S. Expo Pavilion Should Be Congratulated

  • Based upon meteorological data for the Al Quoz site, the 5 MW horizontal axis wind turbine is capable of operating for 1,600 hours per year, while the two solar systems could operate for 2,400 hours per year, adding up to a yearly output of approximately 20,000 MWh.

    Eco Skyscraper Generates Power Using Three Renewable Energy Systems | Inhabitat

  • The estimated embodied energy of the tower is 360,000 MWh, so the energy generation would be able to neutralize its environmental impact in less than twenty years, which no other skyscraper has ever done.

    Eco Skyscraper Generates Power Using Three Renewable Energy Systems | Inhabitat

  • Presenting the group's full-year earnings during a press conference, EDF's Chairman and Chief Executive Henri Proglio insisted that the price should be set at € 42/MWh, to take into account all costs linked to producing nuclear power, such as the maintenance and the dismantling of nuclear reactors, and that such a comprehensive cost stands around € 45 to € 46/MWh.

    Charges Hit EDF, Net Tumbles 74%

  • EDF's arch-rival, utility GDF Suez , said any electricity price set by the NOME law above € 35/MWh is unacceptable.

    Charges Hit EDF, Net Tumbles 74%

  • Improved nuclear performance and convergence of French tariffs toward market rates, currently above € 55/MWh, could add € 11 billion to Ebitda by 2014, according to Goldman Sachs.

    Sparks Yet To Fly At Proglio's EDF

  • Mr. Proglio is lobbying the government to set the access tariffs that competitors must pay for the power EDF is obliged to sell them at € 42/MWh, well above current regulated tariffs, which are based on an assumed production cost of € 34/MWh.

    Sparks Yet To Fly At Proglio's EDF

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