MHI), has developed a secure power supply system for apartment buildings, dubbed "ene-self," which uses three power sources in combination: photovoltaic (PV) power generation modules, an emergency generator and a lithium-ion rechargeable battery.
What does E.G. stand for?
E.G. stands for Emergency Generator
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We have 25 other meanings of E.G. in our Acronym Attic
- E-DCH (Enhanced Dedicated Channel) Uplink Control Channel
- Evolved UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access
- Expected Value
- Enhanced Vestigial Sideband (video technology)
- Embedded Wireless Energy-Harvesting Prototype (electrical engineering)
- Engdahl-Zigangirov (bound)
- Enhanced Zero-Forcing Block Decision-Feedback Equalizer
- Electronic Magazine
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Contract awarded for one (1) lot operation and basic maintenance servicing of five (5) units cummins emergency generator and one (1) unit prime mover of fire pump at the bsp main complex Five (5) units Cummins Emergency Generator and one (1) unit Prime Mover of Fire Pump at the BSP Main Complex Contract Amount: PHP 381,934.
The Nagoya-based utility also said it will have a training session to use a newly introduced emergency generator vehicle at the Hamaoka plant's No.
A number of energy-efficient products were specified, including low-e glass windows; carbon dioxide and occupancy sensors that automatically control heating, cooling and lighting systems to provide a comfortable environment; computerized controls that automatically adjust the ventilation system according to the number of people in a given space; water-conserving fixtures such as waterless (chemical-based) urinals and low-consumption/automatic faucets and toilets; energy-star appliances for pantry areas; and uninterruptible power supplies and emergency generators to backup primary power and electrical systems.
Standby emergency generator facilities have been installed at each location.
An emergency generator switched on power to first-floor offices, two elevators, restrooms and the computer server room.
Hospital chiefs in Ennis General Hospital confirmed that surgeons had already begun the operation when an emergency generator shut down after only 45 minutes of use.