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- adj. Alternative form of hydroelectric.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to, employed in, or produced by, the evolution of electricity by means of a battery in which water or steam is used.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Effecting the development of electricity by a certain use of steam: as, a hydro-electric machine.
- Of or pertaining to the generation of electric currents by means of water-power.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or used in the production of electricity by waterpower
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Now I just need to get me an all-electric car that I can juice up from renewable hydro-electric and I'll be set!
Mr. Kron highlighted a likely fourth-quarter rebound in sales of wind and hydro-electric turbines and continued growth in sales of conventional power kit and rolling stock.
His biggest mistake: "fooling myself" into taking a position in the shares of Mag Industries, a Canadian company MAA CN which owned hydro-electric projects and huge potash deposits in the Congo.
Experts blame development along Italy's rivers and the building of hydro-electric dams, which have slowed down the erosion of river banks and the flow out to sea of the tonnes of sediment and sand needed to replenish beaches after storms.
He also stated that the utility, in this area hydro-electric - had to throttle back the water power.
NEW DELHI -- The SBI Macquarie Infrastructure Fund has invested $25.5 million in Soham Renewable Energy India Pvt. Ltd, a hydro-electric power projects firm based in Bangalore, according to a press release Monday.
There are plans to build about hundred more such hydro-electric plants in India.
Chinese engineers propose world's biggest hydro-electric project in Tibet
Under the latest contract for work in southern Afghanistan, Black & Veatch will upgrade electrical distribution in Kandahar city, install diesel generators, rebuild power substations and install a third hydro-electric turbine generator to the Kajaki Dam in Helmand province.
It was supposed to be the big hydro-electric expo - hence the lovely appearance of the Temple of Music at night - but the operating room at the exposition's emergency hospital did not have any electric lighting, even though the exteriors of many of the buildings were covered with thousands of light bulbs.