EnerNOC in turn pays users—which it calls “assets”—to curtail power usage during peak-demand events such as a heat wave.
The report predicted that by 2040, the European heat wave will be happening every other year.
The infamous Chicago heat wave in 1995 resulted in over 700 heat-related deaths over a period of five days.
A study published in 2005 showed just that kind of loading for the European heat wave of 2003.
It's a sweltering hot day in London today, a real British heat wave with no a/c, and the Jubilee enthusiasm is papable.
A third kind of wave which goes forth in the ether from the spark gap of our coil is a heat wave.
Claire was horrified at the effect of this heat wave on Sophie Blake.
Here we were in the middle of a heat wave, the thermometer nudging ninety, and the old guy's wrist is like an icicle!
Because, five weeks later, there was a heat wave in the Red Sea, and everybody took off all the clothes they had.
May's glowing sun, shining through the scantily covered branches, made dancing motes of heat wave above the surface of red clay.