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It will be used to compare costs of various electrical power sources including renewable energy and thermal power.
A host of electrical power sources - including wind, solar, clean fossil and nuclear - will be needed to help meet demand.
While the above analysis used single values for system efficiency, in a real world case, it would be better to use an average value that was representative of the mix of electrical power sources feeding the grid at any point in time.
This solution would provide an electrical power source that would at least keep the air conditioners on in the summer heat here in Texas and keep the furnace going in a storm while guaranteeing some electricity in any major power failure.
With 279,000 s/f of space on three floors, the building has unique redundant electrical power sources and is attractive to data centers, financial services firms and disaster recovery facilities.
Electrical Power Source Another environmental factor is the electrical power source.
Apr 5, 2006 NTSB wants FAA to require operators to provide separation of electrical power sources to prevent the simultaneous loss of EFIS displays and to require Bombardier to develop a means of protecting electrical terminals on the contactors from moisture-induced short circuits that have caused the fires.
In addition the NTSB also requires that the company find a way to separate all electrical power sources so that flight instrument displays do not go out and to evaluate whether the aircraft's emergency procedures are adequate, The Associated Press reported.