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Excerpt from Electricity on New England Farms-II: A Report of the New Hampshire Project on the Relation of Electricity to Agriculture for the Years 1925-1930
Fig. 4. The annual characteristics, volume and rate trend in the electric load on Farm No. 2.
In contrast to Farm no. 3, where the load curves fail to show a con centration in the summer months due to a predominance of household equipment and lack of refrigeration, it will be observed that the curves for Farm No. 2, where the load is largely developed from farm opera tions, including refrigeration, show the summer peak which is de sirable to the average central station (see Fig.
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