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ampere-hour

 
a unit of electric charge, being the amount of charge that passes a given point as a current of one ampere in one hour.
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Spain ranked second with wind energy capacity of almost 23 GW and capacity of 55 MW installed in 2014.
Its energy capacity -- how long a battery can maintain its charge -- is limited by the charge density, or how many lithium ions can be packed into the anode or cathode.
New installed wind energy capacity totaled 5379 megawatts during the first three months of the year, the WWEA said based on figures from 11 of the top 15 countries representing 80 percent of the world market.
CPS Energy is proud to rank number one in the amount of wind energy capacity among the nation's municipally owned utilities," said Milton Lee, CPS Energy general manager and CEO.
Provincial governments are currently seeking to put in place a minimum of 12,000 MW of installed wind energy capacity by 2016.
At the end of 2004, the United States had 397 megawatts of solar energy capacity.
The hydroelectric site development on Crown land will contribute to the government's target of generating five per cent more of Ontario's total energy capacity from new renewable sources by 2007.
We look forward to future opportunities to support China's goal to bring 20 gigawatts of new renewable energy capacity online by 2020," says Steve Zwolinski, president of GE's wind division.
State RPS programs are relatively new, and by the end of 2003 had stimulated only 321 megawatts of new renewable energy capacity or 14 percent of total new renewable energy capacity developed under all State programs.
8 billion worth of wind power technology last year, ending 2002 with nearly 23,700 megawatts (MW) of wind energy capacity, an increase of 33 percent over 2001.
The installed energy capacity of direct-use applications in the United States is equivalent to saving four million barrels of oil for electricity production.
For the second consecutive year, the amount of wind energy capacity added worldwide outpaced the amount of nuclear capacity added, the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) reports.