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repower

(riːˈpaʊə)
vb (tr)
to rebuild or replace the power source or engine of (a vehicle, power plant, etc)
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The company will repower the project with 163 SG 2.7-129 and 18 previously sold SWT-2.3-108 wind turbines.
EDF Renewables North America has signed a multi-year agreement with Phoenix Wind Repower, a portfolio investment of a fund managed by the Infrastructure and Power strategy at Ares Management Corporation, to provide operations and maintenance services for three wind projects located in Texas.
Potential projects include replacement of 2009 or older Class 4-8 diesel school buses with new alternative-fuel buses and repower of 2009 or older Class 4-8 diesel school buses with new alternative-fuel engines and electric charging infrastructure, if applying for an all-electric bus repower or replacement.
GE also announced it has signed its first agreement for the solution with a global chemical company to repower three 6B gas turbines and save significant amounts of fuel each year at its site in Asia.Today's announcements mark another example of GE's continued commitment to investing in its mature fleetsto keep them competitive.
RePower South LLC, a licensee of Accordant Energy LLC, has started building its first Advanced Recycling and recovery facility, which will use Accordant's patented ReEngineered Feedstock technology.
The five companies given incentives were Alsons Energy Development Corp., Ecopark Energy of Valenzuela Corp., Repower Energy Development Corp., Ormoc Solar Energy Corp.
Verdict: 3/5 Kerasilk Beautifying Hair Perfume - PS22 THIS range of hair perfumes has four fragrances: Control, Repower, Colour and Reconstruct.
RePower South is a Spartanburg-based company that wants to build a facility at the landfill to recover recyclable materials from waste streams and convert them into a viable clean energy fuel.
Elliott Bay Design Group, or EBDG, announced in September the completion of the M/V Columbia repower. For nearly forty years the Columbia has been the Alaska Marine Highway System's flagship vessel, linking a number of inside passage communities.