Hotel Electric Power

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Hotel electric power (HEP) is electricity generated and used aboard a ship for purposes other than propulsion such as lighting, communications, climate control, refrigeration, water desalination and treatment, entertainment, etc. In a railway contexts a passenger train uses head-end power (also abbreviated to HEP) for lighting, climate control, water heating, cooking, etc.

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