multiutility

multiutility

n, pl -ties
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a public utility that provides more than one essential service, such as gas and electricity
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Sarah will visit Dutch multiutility company DELTA which is processing 444,000 tons of chicken manure to produce electricity for 90,000 homes.
The consideration that an element [x.sub.0] [member of] X is a (weak) Pareto optimal solution to problem (1) if and only if [x.sub.0] [member of] X is a maximal element for the preorder [mathematical expression not reproducible], respectively) and the observation that the function u = ([u.sub.1], ..., [u.sub.m]): X [??] [R.sup.m] is a (Richter-Peleg) multiutility representation of the preorder [mathematical expression not reproducible], respectively) allow us to present various results concerning the existence of solutions to the multiobjective optimization problem, also in the classical case when the design space is a compact topological space.
The two stars suitably did some shop talk exhibiting D: 3 collectibles that included, entertainment tablets, multiutility portable Bluetooth speakers and collectors' edition dolls based on mir and Katrina's characters, Sahir and liya, respectively.
8 December 2011 -- Standard & Poor's on Wednesday downgraded its long-term and short-term corporate credit ratings on Italian multiutility Acea (BIT:ACE) to A-/A-2 from A/A-1, citing deteriorating financial ratios.
It was reported that Mahindra is also believed to be doing the same with the Logan sedan and the multiutility Xylo.
In fact, ATMs have evolved from being just a cash dispenser to a multiutility centre.
The combination will create the country's second largest multiutility in terms of revenue expected at a little less than EUR4bn (USD5.459bn) annually.
The logic was that, as a "multiutility", the merged business would deliver real savings and bigger profits.
UNITED Utilities, the Warrington-based multiutility group, is selling its green energy operational assets for pounds 63m in cash to Novera Macquarie Renewable Energy.
The NTUA has seven multiutility districts that provide customer support to the entire Navajo Nation.