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Noun1.current electricity - a flow of electric chargecurrent electricity - a flow of electric charge    
electricity - a physical phenomenon associated with stationary or moving electrons and protons
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Striving to provide a solution to current electricity crisis in Pakistan, HunbulTech(Pvt.
In the current electricity market, Hydro-Quebec would not generate enough revenue to cover its costs during the first year the Northern Pass transmission project operates, Eversource officials told state regulators at a an April 17 N H Site Evaluation Committee hearing.
The company's semiconductor-based microinverter system converts direct current electricity to alternating current (AC) electricity at the individual solar module level.
According to Mohannadi the current electricity consumption is 8,200 megawatts but the demand will continue further.
The project also aims to develop the 400 kV electricity transmission networks by connecting the substation with current electricity networks.
The project also aims to develop the 400 kV electricity transmission networks, by connecting the substation with current electricity networks, said Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, managing director and CEO of Dewa.
6m), and will be connected to the current electricity network to enhance power capacity and efficiency, WAM reported.
It said with consumers' co-operation the Pesco could overcome current electricity shortage.
The current electricity shortage in the country has reached 2.
According to the study, a connected CSP system could provide 70-80% of current electricity demand, at no extra cost compared to gas-fired power plants, whose percentage is similar to what a standard energy production plant, such as a nuclear plant, can provide.
While LEDs are designed to run on low-voltage, direct current electricity of 12 to 24 volts, most residential and commercial establishments supply alternating current electricity with higher voltages of 120 to 277 volts.