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  • noun Plural form of brown-out.

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Examples

  • Conversely, when utilities limit power during certain times of the day (allocations, "brown-outs," etc.), the facilities and operations team does not experience the challenges (and complaints) of having to provide the same level of IT services with less computing power.

    Cloud Computing Meets Energy Management

  • Realistically speaking, if society is forced to generate electricity from low quality coal sources or to suffer chronic brown-outs, coal will be burnt.

    More Than The Tailpipe « PubliCola

  • Conversely, when utilities limit power during certain times of the day (allocations, "brown-outs," etc.), the facilities and operations team does not experience the challenges (and complaints) of having to provide the same level of IT services with less computing power.

    Cloud Computing Meets Energy Management

  • Electrical grids are unstable because of surges as different sources are brought on and offline, leading to brown-outs and black-outs.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Cape Wind Approved

  • Conversely, when utilities limit power during certain times of the day (allocations, "brown-outs," etc.), the facilities and operations team does not experience the challenges (and complaints) of having to provide the same level of IT services with less computing power.

    Cloud Computing Meets Energy Management

  • It left me wondering whether, with higher prices and the growing risk of brown-outs and even blackouts in the colder winter months, the energy giants - many of them foreign-owned - are not set to become the public bad boys they have long been in the United States.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • NIMBYism, Green campaigns, anti-nuclear protesters and the Labour Parties hatred of technology has left the country 3-5 years away from rolling brown-outs and a then blackouts.

    Just like Heathrow, we're at a standstill | Editorial

  • Electrical grids are unstable because of surges as different sources are brought on and offline, leading to brown-outs and black-outs.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Cape Wind Approved

  • "In water, we don't have the option of brown-outs," Mr. Helliker said.

    Bay Area Water Strains Ease -- for Now

  • "In water, we don't have the option of brown-outs," Mr. Helliker said.

    Bay Area Water Strains Ease -- for Now

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