Total power capacity in 2009 was recorded at 5,314 MW, rising to 10,542 MW in 2011.
What does TPC stand for?
TPC stands for Total Power Capacity
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- Time Projection Chamber
- Tipid PC (Philippines)
- Tire Pressure Controller
- Tivoli Storage Productivity Center (IBM)
- Tobacco Prevention and Control Program
- Tokyo Police Club (band)
- Tons Per Centimeter
- Top-Performing Companies
- Topographic Production Capability (US DoD)
- Total Plate Count
- Total Process Cooling, Ltd. (UK)
- Total Productivity Center (IBM)
- Total Program Concept
- Total Program Costs
- Total Project Cost
- Touch Panel Computer
- Touch Panel Controller
- Tour International du Poitou-Charentes (French cycling competition)
- Touring Players' Championship (golf tournament)
- Tournament Players Championship (golf)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to Masdar, Morocco's aim of reaching 42% of its total power capacity from renewable sources by 2020.
The country currently operates 20 mostly small reactors at six sites with a capacity of 4,780 MW, or 2 percent of its total power capacity, according to the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited.
Agaoglu plans to invest $2 billion to reach a total power capacity of 1,000 megawatts by 2013.
With a maximum load capacity of 48 MVA, it will double BFH's total power capacity ensuring an uninterrupted supply to the residential, commercial and entertainment components of the development.
With a maximum load capacity of 48 MVA, it will double BFH's total power capacity ensuring abundant and uninterrupted supply to the entire residential, commercial and entertainment components of the development.
China's installed wind power capacity was forecast to reach 20 gigawatts -- out of a total power capacity of 860 gigawatts -- by the end of 2009, Xinhua news agency reported last month, compared with 12.
07 gigawatts of energy, equal to Australia's total power capacity, the report said.