Heat producers

(Physiol.) See under Food.

See also: Heat

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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This issue relates to the fact that industrial electricity consumers currently subsidise the population (residential consumers pay lower prices) and electricity generators subsidise heat producers via artificially lower heat tariffs.
Heat producers need to know the approximate consumption of the heat for nearest week, energy producers and distributors work with expected consumption rates, money brokers cannot live without sophisticated software that predicts exchange rates, etc.
Unlike many European countries where natural gas is widely used by households and small commercial users, approximately 95% of consumption in Finland is related to large industrial manufacturers and district heat producers. Finland is one of the few EU Member States to rely on just one natural gas supplier.
While the amount of internal heat needed is still a subject of debate, it is estimated that a world's mass must be at least a quarter that of Earth to maintain this cycle for 4.6 billion years if radiogenic sources are the only heat producers.
On average, our new 2012E EBITDA forecast is 12% lower than in our previous for heat producers.
Most of the heat producers and distributors of heat are using weather compensation curve to control input temperature of hot water (denote qualitative part of supply), supposing growth of heat consumption with outside temperature fall (Broz, 2007).