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nonpeak

(ˌnɒnˈpiːk)
n
a period of low demand; off-peak

off′-peak′



adj.
of, pertaining to, or during a period of less than maximum frequency, demand, intensity, or use.
[1915–20]
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Without robotic dispensing, labor models tend to staff to meet peak demands, which results in excess staff for nonpeak hours.
nonpeak (bom outside of peak interval; Smith et al, 2014a) and two temporal models.
Shifting loads and kW demand from peak- to nonpeak times (in both summer and winter) allow for participating utility incentive payments and discounts and current utility rebates, relative to thermal water storage;
2002-39: (1) an annual business cycle test, which demonstrates the entity has a peak and a nonpeak period of business and permits the entity to use a tax year ending at or soon after the close of the highest peak period of business; (2) a seasonal business test, which demonstrates the entity's business is only operational for part of the year and the entity has insignificant gross receipts during the period the business is not operational, and permits the entity to use a tax year ending at or soon after the operations end for the season; or (3) the same 25% gross-receipts test in Rev.
Transactions covering nonpeak zones, such as Europe, Japan, or other parts of the world, in contrast, should exhibit lower risk premiums because they are a sought-after means for the diversification of ILS portfolios.
A loyalty program can be a key factor for influencing where and how frequently customers shop now, during other peak shopping seasons and especially during nonpeak seasons.
The statement quoted Ramoncito Fernandez, Maynilad president and chief executive, as saying the reservoir would allow Maynilad to store water during nonpeak hours and deliver this to consumers when demand is highest.
During weekdays, rail transit passenger flows usually change from morning peak hours to nonpeak hours and then to evening peak hours.
Avoiding very busy times such as rush hour is another option for reducing stress when taking public transportation, but travel during nonpeak hours is sometimes difficult for those with traditional work schedules.
The battery systems will be charged in nonpeak hours and will provide local utility company Southern California Edison up to 10 megawatts of reserve power, which is sufficient energy to power 10,000 homes.
But to broaden this limited data set, I recorded every discount offered during peak and nonpeak hours on a single weekday.
Closing one lane on each street has created heavy traffic congestion, even during nonpeak hours.