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May refer to:
2) discount rate
overcurrent with inverse tripping characteristic
The plot of the current versus voltage characteristics of a photovoltaic cell, module, or array. Three important points on the I-V curve are the open-circuit voltage, short-circuit current, and maximum power point.
May refer to: 1) initial investment cost, 2) extra terrestial irradiations
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
International Climate Fund
IDB (also IADB)
Inter-American Development Bank
International Energy Agency
Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor
International Climate Initiative
An electric heater that is immersed in water to heat it up
1) Electrical impedance is the measure of the opposition that a circuit presents to a current when a voltage is applied. 2) The combination of resistance and reactance affecting the flow of an alternating current, generally expressed in ohms.
Also known as action turbine. This is a turbine that has the same pressure before and after the impeller. It operates in air at atmospheric pressure.
The initial starting date from which a contracted insurance policy provides risk coverage to the insured party.
Intended Nationally Determined Contribution
Compensation to a party for a loss or damage that has already occurred, or to guarantee through a contractual clause to repay another party for loss or damage that might occur in the future. The concept of indemnity is based on a contractual agreement made between two parties in which one party (the indemnitor, e.g. the insurer) agrees to pay for potential losses or damages caused by the other party (the indemnitee; e.g. the insured).
The maximum duration over which the insurers will be liable to indemnify the insured parties. Example: in the case of business interruption insurance, the indemnity period refers to the number of days over which the insurer has to pay loss of revenue compensation to the insured.