Definitions for hydroˈhaɪ droʊ
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hydroelectric power; -- also used attributively.
electrical power supply; specifically : electrical power provided by a utility (as a publicly-owned one)
I won't have lights until my house gets the hydro turned on.
Origin: From ὕδωρ.
Hydro is a town in Caddo and Blaine counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 969. In downtown Hydro, an old-fashioned drug store still serves sodas and lunch. Also downtown is the "World Famous Hydro Bar." The bar has been in business since the early years of Hydro and still has pictures of the old-fashioned wood swinging doors that used to be the front doors to the bar.
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Having a Hydro One heavyweight will help balance out the resource-heavy Canadian market.
Renewable energies (including) micro hydro, solar and biomass have high capital costs in the short-term, but they are sustainable versus the long-term pain of diesel.
We are currently assessing other opportunities in Ethiopia such as hydro and wind. That is something we are very interested in and engaged in, we want to be here for the long term.
Globally, investment in hydro-meteorological services could lead to a realization of up to $30 billion per year in increased economic productivity and cut losses from disasters by up to $2 billion.
You need to have a long-term investment horizon of 20 years for hydro. That is why (the fund) is truly targeted to pension funds, insurance companies and other investors that need to cover their liabilities.
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