Megawatt definition

Megawatt or “MW” means megawatts denominated in alternating current (AC).
Megawatt or “MW” means 1,000 kilowatts or one million watts of electrical power;
Megawatt or "MW" means one million watts.

Examples of Megawatt in a sentence

  • Beginning in January 2014, the NY-Sun Megawatt Block program made cash incentives available to homeowners who installed rooftop solar PV.

  • While the Megawatt Block grant program remains essential to on-site commercial solar development, the inability of project owners to receive the REC value of their projects effectively eliminates the competitiveness of New York for renewable projects.

  • Installed capacity totals 315 Megawatt (MW), comprised of 90 percent thermal and 32 MW of aging hydropower plants, all characterized by low availability.

  • Transaction fees are derived from the volume executed in the corresponding units in Megawatt hours (MWh), Therms (thm), million British thermal unit (MMBtu), kilo tonnes of carbon dioxide (ktCO2), metric tonnes (t), short tons (st), days (d), or hours (h), respectively, or on the number of contracts concluded (Contract).

  • On the other verticals, we have an orders on the Portable Steel Bailey Bridges in the Bailey Bridge division, an ongoing project for manufacturing of 1 Megawatt Diesel Alternators by the Diesel Engine Division at Ranchi and, of course, Deck Machinery from the Deck Machinery division.


More Definitions of Megawatt

Megawatt or “MW” means megawatts denominated in alternating current (AC). “MPD” means the Company’s Maine Public District. "Net Energy" is the difference between the kilowatt-hours delivered by the Company to the Customers and the kilowatt-hours delivered from the Facility to the Company over the same time period and determined as if measured by a single meter capable of registering the flow of electricity in two directions. "Net Energy Billing" is a billing and metering practice under which the Customers are billed on the basis of Net Energy over a Billing Period taking into account accumulated Unused Credits from previous Billing Periods.
Megawatt or “MW” means 1,000 kilowatts or one million watts of electrical power; “megawatt hour” or “MWh” means 1,000 kilowatt hours;
Megawatt or “MW” means a unit of power equal to 1000 kilowatts or 1,000,000 watts.
Megawatt or “MW” means 1,000 kilowatts of electrical power;
Megawatt or "MW" means one thousand kW of electrical power.
Megawatt or "MW" means a unit of electrical power to measure the generating capability of a generating station, 1 million Watts equal 1 MW.
Megawatt or “MW” means megawatts denominated in alternating current (AC). "Net Energy" is the difference between the kilowatt-hours delivered by the Company to the Customers and the kilowatt-hours delivered from the Facility to the Company over the same time period and determined as if measured by a single meter capable of registering the flow of electricity in two directions.