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MW

Abbreviation for molecular weight.
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MW

abbrev. molecular weight.
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MW

Abbreviation for molecular weight.
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Greenstone Mayor Michael Power, the president of the Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association, (NOMA) called the policy a "really good first step" but says it falls short of his group's stated goal of a $45 per megawatt hour "all-in" energy plan for industry.
FPL Energy is currently the largest owner and operator of wind turbines in the world and operates more than 1,600 megawatts of wind power in Texas alone.
The country enjoys an energy surplus of 7,000 megawatts, which the government expects to last until 2008.
To date, energy providers have announced plans for adding more than 25,000 megawatts of new generating capacity over the next five years, which would increase the regional power supply by nearly two-thirds.
The company also has interests in four other US gas-fired power stations and a wind farm, totalling 1,441 megawatts of generating capacity.
In general, over the past six months, the capacity of substations has increased by 249 megawatts.
It has been said in a statement of ministry of power and energy that power demand in the month of June will stand at 24000 megawatt while they will have power production 24800 megawatt.
said that two to three hours of rotating brownouts will continue to be experienced in Mindanao, except for Maguindanao, which will continue to have more than 10 hours of brownouts daily, due to the 158 megawatt shortfall in the area.
company General Electric (GE) on providing Iraq with power plants that could produce 4-6,000 megawatt of electric power in a first stage, a ministry spokesman said.
Interstate Power and Light Company (IPL), a subsidiary of Alliant Energy Corporation, has acquired a 300 megawatt wind power farm located near Hampton, Iowa, from Iowa Winds.
Many of his projects in northeastern Ontario are being hampered by a restrictive provincially-imposed 50 megawatt cap on new electricity generation.