The act of moving power across low voltage power lines, as opposed to high voltage transmission lines. The final leg that electricity has to travel before reaching a home or business. Electric Cooperative - Usually a rural municipality or utility that has been formed by the community in order to buy bulk power on the wholesale market and then pass on these savings to consumers at the retail level. They sometimes own generation, transmission and distribution assets, but often times not.
The process of delivering electricity from the electric distribution system to a consumer's home or business over local electric lines.
A portion of electric delivery charges for the local movement of power. Midwest Energy includes costs of its lines and substations that operate below 34,000 volts in this category. Other costs of operating the electric utility are included here because many customer specific fixed costs are not fully covered by the "customer charge". In this sense, the term distribution really means "distribution and local service".
An aspect of marketing and logistics: how to get the goods and services to the customer.
involves determining the best methods and procedures to allow customers to locate, obtain, and use the products and services of an organization (p. 6)
A system of delivering acceptable voltage electricity from transmission lines to individual customers.
The delivery of electricity to retail customers (including homes, businesses, etc.).
Transporting electricity from your neighborhood substation to your home or business.
The delivery of electricity along low-voltage wires to houses and businesses.
The local wires, transformers, substations and other equipment used to distribute and deliver energy to end-use consumers from the high-voltage transmission lines.
The channel through which a book reaches the public. Wheatmark books may be sold through distribution (publisher-to-wholesaler-to-retailer-to-customer / publisher-to-retailer-to-customer) or through direct sales (publisher-to-customer / author-to-customer).
The system of lines, transformers and switches that connect the electric transmission system to customers.
the facilities of the electric system that deliver electricity from substations to customers. The distribution system "steps down" power from high-voltage transmission lines to a level that can be used in homes and businesses.
The transport of electricity by your distribution company across local lines and into your home.
The delivery of electricity to a retail customerâ€™s home or business through distribution lines and wires.
The marketing and carrying of products to customers (bookmobiles, facilities, library loan.)
The delivery of electric energy from the transmission grid into your home or business through low-voltage lines.
An interconnected group of lines and associated equipment for the local delivery of low-voltage electricity between the transmission network and end users. ATC does not operate local distribution system.
the system used to deliver power from a substation to the customer's premises.
The delivery of natural gas through pipeline systems to an end-user.
Distribution is one of the four aspects of marketing. The other three parts of the marketing mix are product management, pricing, and promotion. Distribution deals with logistics: how to get the product or service to the customer. It must answer questions such as: What kind of distribution channel to use? Should the product be sold through a retailer? Should the product be distributed through wholesale? Should multi-level marketing channels be used
The delivery of electricity to an end-user through low-voltage lines or natural gas through pipeline systems.
In electric power systems, used to describe the lower voltages, used for distributing electricity locally, including into homes Usual abbreviation for the electric field
the transmission of electricity at low voltages (generally 120V to 34,500V) and its supply to end-consumers.
The delivery of energy to end-use customers from transmission facilities
Local pipeline delivery of natural gas.
The supplying of goods and services to retailers and others so that people's needs can be met.
The process of transporting natural gas through the Company's facilities to the customer's facilities.
The facilities and equipment that permit delivery of electric power to a consumer through intermediate or low-voltage power lines.
The extent to which dealers carry a retail item; usually measured by either the percentage of all dealers who carry the item, or by the percentage of the total volume of business done by those who carry the item. The means by which a manufactured product reaches the customer including storage, transportation, sales, etc. and the way these elements are organized.
Lines or pipes that deliver electricity or natural gas to your home or business. Your current local distribution utility maintains these lines.
The delivery of electricity over the poles and wires (owned by CL&P or UI) to customer's homes or businesses.
The system of lines, transformers and switches that connect between the transmission network and customer load. The transport of electricity to ultimate use points such as homes and businesses. The portion of an electric system that is dedicated to delivering electric energy to an end user at relatively low voltages.
Mains, service connections and equipment that carry or control the supply of natural gas from the point of local supply to and including the sales meters. See also PIPELINE SYSTEM.
The delivery of electricity to a retail customer's home or business through distribution wires or facilities of regulated public utilities.
The act or process of delivering electric energy from convenient points on the transmission system (usually a substation) to consumers. The network of wires and equipment that distributes, transports or delivers electricity to customers. The delivery of electric energy to customers on the distribution service. Electric energy is carried at high voltages along the transmission lines. For consumers needing lower voltages, it is reduced in voltage at a substation and delivered over primary distribution lines extending throughout the area where the electricity is distributed. For users needing even lower voltages, the voltage is reduced once more by a distribution transformer or line transformer. At this point, it changes from primary to secondary distribution.
The act or process of distributing electric energy from convenient points on the transmission or bulk power system to the consumers. A functional classification relating to that portion of a Utility Plant used for the purpose of delivering electric energy from convenient points on the transmission system to the consumers or to expenses relating to the operation and maintenance of a Distribution Plant.
The delivery of electricity to your home or business. Your current local distribution company, which is regulated by the state, will continue to maintain the lines and equipment necessary to deliver energy to you. ( Back)
The process of storing and transporting finished goods between the end of the production line and the final customer
The arrangement of premises wiring runs, and their associated hardware, required to implement the planned customer premises wiring system extending from the Network Interface Jack to each Communications Outlet.
as used here, moving water from the storage that follows drinking water treatment to the customers who will use the water.
The use of poles and wires to deliver electricity to a home or business.
Delivery of electric energy to customers. Customers are connected to power lines that operate at lower voltages than transmission lines. Transmission lines carry electric power over longer distances.
The delivery of electricity within a local area to individual customers. The distribution system is connected to the transmission system by substations that step down high-voltage transmission power for local distribution.
The local wires, transformers, substations and other equipment used to deliver electricity to end-use consumers from the high-voltage transmission lines. Distribution charges are Public Utility Commission-regulated.
The process of delivering electricity through low-voltage power lines to a consumer's home or business. Distribution includes local wires, transformers, substations and other equipment used to deliver electricity from the high-voltage transmission lines to homes and businesses.
This refers to small-scale delivery (poles & wires) of electricity to homes and businesses, as distinct from transmission.
Distribution lines deliver electricity to your home or business from local substations. Local utilities are responsible for maintaining these lines and equipment, as well as providing reliable electric service.
Outbound logistics, from the end of the production line to the end user.
The process of transporting electric energy from the high voltage transmission grid directly to retail customers, generally on lines of 25 kV or less.
The system of wires, switches, and transformers that serve neighborhoods and business, typically lower than 69,000 volts. A distribution system reduces or downgrades power from high-voltage transmission lines to a level that can be used in homes or businesses.
The sorting system established to move mail from point of mailing to the office of delivery with the least possible intermediate handling. See Routing. (acheminement)
For natural gas - the act of distributing gas from the city gate or plant to the customer. For electric - the act of distributing electric power using low voltage transmission lines that deliver power to retail customers.
The system of wires, switches, and transformers that serve neighbourhoods and businesses; classified as 132,000 volts and below in England and Wales (132kV is considered to be part of the Transmission Network in Scotland). A distribution system reduces the voltage from high-voltage transmission lines (275,000 volts or 400,000 volts) to a level that can be distributed to homes or businesses; 132,000V, 33,000V, 11,000V, 3,300V, 440V.
A process of moving power at lower voltages from substations to customers
The process of distributing electricity. Distribution usually refers to the portion of power lines between a utility’s power pole and transformer and a customer’s point of connection.
For sales operations, the process of transferring goods or services to customers.
The delivery of electricity to the retail customer's home or business through low voltage distribution lines.
Delivery times. Misroutings. Returns. Breakages. Lost deliveries. Wrong deliveries. Pilferage. Out of stock. Delays. Chasing suppliers and expediting
The process of delivering electric power at lower voltages from central substations to the point of end use.
the equipment (wires, pipes, substations, etc.) used to distribute and deliver electricity and natural gas.
The delivery of electricity through wires, and natural gas through pipelines, along local thoroughfares to the homes and businesses of end-user customers.
The electric distribution system links the transmission system to most customers. Distribution system includes primary and secondary lines.
The function of delivering power to retail customers after it reaches the city gates by way of the transmission grid.
The low voltage system of lines, transformers and switches that convey power between the transmission network and end-use customers.
determining how products get to customers, how quickly, and in what condition —¬'
The channel structure used to transfer products from an organization to its customers.
Outbound logistics, from the end of the production line or warehouse to the customer.
The stepping down of high power from transmission lines to lower voltages for use by end-users and the transportation of power over local distribution lines to the consumer of the power.
The process of distributing electricity; usually defines that portion of an electrical utility's power lines between a utility's power pole and transformer and a customer's point of connection/meter.
Distribution is one of the four aspects of marketing. A distributor is the middleman between the manufacturer and retailer. After a product is manufactured it is typically shipped (and typically sold) to a distributor.