repower


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repower

(riːˈpaʊə)
vb (tr)
to rebuild or replace the power source or engine of (a vehicle, power plant, etc)
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Pete McCabe, President & CEO of GE's Onshore Wind Business, said "GE's repower offering for Sweetwater 1 & 2 enabled us to provide Leeward with increased reliability and availability for these turbines.
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Achieving improved fuel economy is an extremely important consideration when evaluating a strategic repower.
Work with a distributor to make sure the repower is strictly adhering to environmental regulations in order to avoid fines.
RePower South is a Spartanburg-based company that wants to build a facility at the landfill to recover recyclable materials from waste streams and convert them into a viable clean energy fuel.
Elliott Bay Design Group, or EBDG, announced in September the completion of the M/V Columbia repower.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 24, 2014-Repower to merge with Repower Schweiz unit
17 -- Suzlon Group-subsidiary, REpower Systems SE, has concluded with GDF-SUEZ futures energies two contracts, totaling 40 MW, for the supply of twenty wind turbines MM92 and MM80 types with a nominal output of 2.
The MasterCard rePower network is open to any MasterCard issuer of reloadable prepaid card programs.
Suzlon Group subsidiary REpower Systems SE has installed its 5,000th turbine, located near Buchen in the Neckar-Odenwald district, Germany.
We work with bus companies from all over the UK to repower engines and replace emissions control systems to make them greener and more efficient.
com/research/lzs4vq/analysis_of) has announced the addition of the "Analysis of REpower Systems" company profile to their offering.