Beijing, Dec 5 (ANI): China has achieved nearly 40 million kilowatt wind power generation capacity, and the figure is expected to double by 2015, a new report has said.
What does KWE stand for?
KWE stands for Kilowatt (Electrical)
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- Knowle West Domestic Abuse Project (UK)
- Kantoren Winkels Diensten Industrie (Dutch: Offices, Shops, Services and Industry; recycling)
- Korean Women Development Institute
- Key West Department of Transportation (Florida)
- Known World Dance Symposium
- Knowle West Development Trust (Bristol, UK)
- Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal (est. 1969; India)
- Kedah Wafer Emas Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysian technology company)
- Keratolytic Winter Erythema
- Kids Wrestling Entertainment
- Kinetics World Express (Russia)
- Kintetsu World Express (Tokyo, Japan)
- Knowles-Wilkins Engineering, Ltd. (auto remanufacturer; UK)
- Kansas Water Environment Association (Topeka, KS)
- Kern Wind Energy Association (California)
- Knowledge Workers Educational Alliance (est. 1999)
- Korean Women Entrepreneurs Association (est. 1999; South Korea)
- Kreiswehrersatzamt (German: authority for recruiting soldiers)
- Korean Wind Energy Development Organization
- KnowNow WordPress Enterprise Edition
Samples in periodicals archive:
3 million kilowatt hours of energy annually, which could save the facility $286,000 in annual energy costs.
1883 for each kilowatt of electricity the system generates per hour.
Approximately 30 100,000 kilowatt wind power plants will be built in Eastern coastal regions and in Northern regions.
1234 for per kilowatt-hour and NT$50,000 (US$1,515 at US$1:NT$33) with load capacity between one kilowatt and 10 kilowatts.
Here's how that rate increase, which overall has pushed the state's electricity rates to levels among the highest in the nation, was allocated to customers: --1 cent per kilowatt was passed along to everyone - regardless of size or usage.
The previous record for solar concentration was below 1 kilowatt per square centimeter, they say.
8 kilowatt system on the Department of Environmental Protection's Southeast Regional Office in Norristown.