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base load

n
(Electronics) the more or less constant part of the total load on an electrical power-supply system. Compare peak load
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base load

n (Elec) → Grundlast f, → Grundbelastung f
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Meralco) to provide baseload power supply from its San Gabriel power plant in Batangas.
The Lopez firm emphasized that with this PSA, "Meralco secures competitively priced baseload electricity, since Gabriel's all-in tariff at an 80-percent capacity factor is at P3.
The company said that with this PSA, 'Meralco secures competitively priced' baseload electricity at P3.
With this PSA, Meralco secures competitively priced baseload electricity, since San Gabriel's All-In Tariff at an 80-percent capacity Factor is P3.
Wind and solar lobbyists reacted furiously to a proposal by Secretary of Energy Rick Perry last month that would allow many utilities to recover the full value of their baseload power units for the reliable power they provide to the grid.
Senator Manchin also discussed the importance of baseload power plants with Bruce J.
The critical nature of the situation was highlighted in last month's National Grid winter outlook report which said we would have a negative margin next winter, as 7GW of baseload coal plant comes off-line during 2016.
US-based Baseload Clean Energy Partners (BCEP), a clean energy portfolio owned and operated by geothermal power company AltaRock Energy, has acquired California geothermal power plant Bottle Rock Power LLC, BCEP said.
23 November 2015 - US-based Baseload Clean Energy Partners (BCEP), a clean energy portfolio owned and operated by geothermal power company AltaRock Energy, has acquired California geothermal power plant Bottle Rock Power LLC, BCEP said.
Let's listen to what Steve Holliday, CEO of the National Grid, said in a recent interview with World Energy Focus: "The idea of baseload power is already outdated.
The Chilean government has granted environmental approval to SolarReserve, a company involved in baseload solar power solutions and advanced solar thermal technology, to develop a major solar project with energy storage.
The plan defines nuclear as an "important baseload power source" meaning it can feed constant power to the grid to meet minimum requirement.