1. Force exerted overall on a structure or a body. 2. Expected amount of production from a producer. Allotted work to an individual, group, machine, or system. 3. A piece of equipment, or an entire plant’s total energy usage. 4. An energy producing system demand expectations. 5. What a transportation vehicle carries measured as weight, quantity, or nature. 6. Material’s standard volume as in produce or sand. A load is typically 40 bushels or 1.4 cubic meters in the UK; it is one cubic yard or 0.76 cubic meters in the US. 7. A transaction fee charge.
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