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BCE (disambiguation)

BCE or B.C.E. may stand for: British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority BC Electric Bose–Einstein condensate, a state of matter of a dilute gas of bosons cooled to temperatures very close to absolute zero Behind Crimson Eyes, a hard rock band fro ...

B3

HMS B3, a British B class submarine of the Royal Navy USS B-3 SS-12, a United States Navy submarine

IPS

IPS/UPS, an electric power transmission grid of some CIS countries In-plane switching, an LCD display technology Inboard propulsion system, for watercraft by Volvo Penta Inch per second, a unit of speed Inclined plate settler, a type of clarifier ...

EPA (disambiguation)

Department of Environment and Climate Change New South Wales, former name of one of the departments now superseded by Department of Planning, Industry and Environment New South Wales Environment Protection Authority Environment Protection Authori ...

Corkbeg House

Corkbeg House was an historic house built on the island of Corkbeg in Cork Harbour. It was demolished to facilitate the creation of the Whitegate oil refinery.

IR

Integrated resort, a euphemism for a casino in Singapore I.R. Baboon, a fictional character in the cartoon series I Am Weasel Imaginary Realities, a MUD community online magazine

Zeo

Zeo can refer to: Dodge ZEO, an electric concept car Zeo, Inc., a company that made sleep products Zeo, a town and sub-prefecture in Montagnes District, Ivory Coast Gardiehbey Zeo born 1986, a Liberian footballer Power Rangers: Zeo, a television ...

Powerhouse

Dick Smith Electronics Powerhouse, a chain of electronics stores operating in Australia and New Zealand powerHouse Books, a Brooklyn-based publisher of high-end art and photography books Powerhouse shop, a former electrical goods chain in the Uni ...

2N

2N or 2-N may refer to: In genetics, 2n = x refers to a diploid chromosome number of x 2N, an indicator of a redundancy level in for example an uninterruptible power supply configuration MI 2N, a type of electric multiple unit running on the Fren ...

Fairview Quarry

The Fairview Quarry at Fairview, Bergen County, New Jersey was operated around 1910 for several years by the Public Service Railway of New Jersey mainly for the production of track ballast.

PVI

Pope Paul VI, the pope of the Roman Catholic Church from 1963-1978; born as Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini Peter van Inwagen, American philosopher

Ministry of Energy (Kazakhstan)

The Ministry of Energy is an executive body of the Government of Kazakhstan, which carries out state administration in the field of energy. The Ministry was created during the reorganization of the government on 6 August 2014. The Ministrys funct ...

Urd

Urd may refer to: Urd Oh My Goddess!, character in the manga and anime series Oh My Goddess! Urd Dungeons & Dragons, a creature which appeared in the 2nd edition Monstrous Manual Urdr, one of a group of three Norns in Norse mythology Urd magazine ...

Parami Energy Group

Parami Energy Group of Companies is a Myanmar-based energy conglomerate active in solar powered electricity generation, Liquefied petroleum gas import and distribution, and oil & gas exploration and development.

Senator (1898 ship)

Senator was a steel-hulled steamship launched in 1898. She served as a troopship during the Spanish-American War and was an important part of the Nome gold rush. She spent thirty years in the coastwise shipping trade between Alaska and San Diego, ...

EPU

Eastern Palm University, in Orlu, Nigeria European Polytechnical University, in Pernik, Bulgaria Erbil Polytechnic University, in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan European Peace University, in Stadtschlaining, Austria Electric Power University, in Hanoi, V ...

Emu (disambiguation)

E-mu Systems, digital audio company Emu Bay Railway, Tasmania EMU Australia, an Australian lifestyle brand Emu Airways, defunct Australian regional airline

Kim Man-su (politician)

Kim Man-su is a politician of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. He is also a member of the Minister of Electric Power Industry in the Cabinet of North Korea as well as member of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea.

GM E-Turbo engine

GM introduced its new E-Turbo engines in the 2019 Korean-market Chevrolet Malibu. The engine is a member of GMs next generation turbocharged engine family. The engine features start-stop technology, gasoline direct injection, an electric water pu ...

Sunlight (disambiguation)

Port Sunlight, a village in England Sunlight House, an art deco office building in Manchester, England Sunlight, Missouri, a community in the United States Sunlight Ski Area, a ski area near Glenwood Springs, Colorado Sunlight Peak, a mountain in ...

Gulf (disambiguation)

Gulf Province, a province of Papua New Guinea located on the southern coast Gulf, North Carolina, a census-designated place in Chatham County Persian Gulf, often called simply "The Gulf" Gulf, California, an unincorporated community in Kern Count ...

NEK

Neel E. Kearby 1911–1944, U.S. Army Air Corps Colonel and P-47 Thunderbolt pilot in World War II Nancy E. Krulik, author of more than 200 books for children and young adults, including three New York Times bestsellers Nicholas Egbert Knight 1866– ...

Mache

Mache, French name of the edible salad green Valerianella locusta, also known as corn salad and lambs lettuce Mache food, also spelled Matse, Filipino rice flour balls flavored with pandan

Sleeping Beauty (disambiguation)

The Sleeping Beauty 1930 film, a 1930 Soviet film directed by Georgi Vasilyev and Sergei Vasilyev Sleeping Beauty 1959 film, an animated film from Walt Disney Pictures Sleeping Beauty franchise, a Disney media franchise that began in 1959 with th ...

2020 Santiago ePrix

The 2020 Santiago ePrix was a Formula E electric car race held at the Parque OHiggins Circuit in the Parque OHiggins of Santiago, Chile on 18 January 2020. It served as the third round of the 2019–20 Formula E season and was the third annual edit ...

Shin-Sendai Thermal Power Station

Shin-Sendai Thermal Power Station is an LNG-fired thermal power station operated by Tohoku Electric in Miyagino-ku, Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. The facility is located on the Pacific coast near the Port of Sendai.

GEP

GEP may refer to: Good engineering practice Generation expansion planning, planning in power engineering Global Environmental Politics, a scholarly journal Growth elasticity of poverty Gifted Education Programme Singapore Giant Electric Pea, a Br ...

PMU

PMU may refer to: Pomeranian Medical University Popular Mobilization Forces or Popular Mobilization Units, Iraqi state-sponsored umbrella organization of Shia-dominated militias Paracelsus Private Medical University of Salzburg Permanent makeup P ...

NPCC

NPCC may refer to: North Point Community Church, a megachurch in Atlanta NPCC Enterprises, a website development company in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania National Police Chiefs Council, a co-ordinating body for policing in the UK replacing the previ ...

EM2

Expression Media 2, Microsoft digital asset management software, a precursor of Phase One Media Pro Haplogroup E-M2, an African haplogroup in human DNA EM2, a designation for a vacuum tube, of Magic Eye type Energy Multiplier Module, a nuclear fi ...

Hyundai Rotem CJ151

The trains manufactured by Hyundai Rotem under Contract J151 are the electric multiple unit rolling stock to be introduced on the Jurong Region line of Singapores Mass Rapid Transit system. 62 three-car medium-capacity Hyundai Rotem trainsets 186 ...

Skoda 33Tr SOR

Skoda 33Tr SOR is a low-floor articulated trolleybus produced in cooperation of Skoda Transportation and SOR, which supplies the body based on the bus SOR NS 18.

SEP

Samajik Ekta Party, a political party in Haryana, India SEP US, a Trotskyist political party in the United States Society for Exact Philosophy Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras, a Brazilian football team Stanford Exploration Project Specialna Enota P ...

DEM (disambiguation)

Digital elevation model, a digital representation of ground-surface topography or terrain .dem, a common extension for USGS DEM files Discrete element method or discrete element modeling, a family of numerical methods for computing the motion of ...

LER

Leytonstone High Road railway station, a station in London, England Ler, Norway, a village in the municipality of Melhus in Trondelag county, Norway Ler, South Sudan, a village in the north central part of South Sudan

Jisr el-Majami

Jisr el-Majami or Jisr al-Mujamieh, is an ancient stone bridge, possibly of Roman origin, over the Jordan River on the border between Israel and Jordan. The name is derived from the bridges location 200 m south of the confluence of the Yarmouk an ...

ISET

Iset or ISET may refer to: ISET Test, a diagnostic blood test that detects circulating tumor cells in a blood sample International Solar Electric Technology is a solar power company International School of Economics at Tbilisi State University, a ...

PF

PF Flyers, a brand of shoes Palestinian Airlines IATA airline designator, an airline based in Arish, Egypt Pell Frischmann, a multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy

Donald Cook

Donald or Don Cook may refer to: USS Donald Cook DDG-75, U.S. Navy destroyer named after the Medal of Honor recipient Donald Cook Medal of Honor 1934–1967, U.S. Marine and Vietnam War prisoner of war Donald Cook actor 1901–1961, Broadway and film ...

The Return (Sampa the Great album)

The Return is the debut studio album by Zambian born, Australian singer/songwriter Sampa the Great. It was released in September 2019 and peaked at number 12 on the ARIA Charts. In February 2020, the album won the Australian Music Prize 2019 and ...

AC/DC (disambiguation)

AC/DC are an Australian hard rock band, named after the two types of electric mains power. AC/DC or AC-DC can refer to any device that runs on alternating current AC and/or direct current DC, two types of mains power. AC/DC may also refer to:

Converter

Solar inverter Frequency converter "Voltage converter", another name for Power inverter DC to AC Switched-mode power supply Electromagnetic transformer DC to DC converter

London Power Tunnels

London Power Tunnels is a project by National Grid plc to reinforce the electricity transmission network in London, UK, by constructing more than 60km of new deep-level tunnels carrying high-voltage cables. The new network of tunnels replaces a s ...

UPS

The UPS Store, UPS subsidiary United Parcel Service, international shipping company UPS Airlines, UPS subsidiary Union Philosophical Society Universite Paul Sabatier Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France United Photoplay Service, a Chinese f ...

Dacia Spring

The Dacia Spring is a 100% electric crossover city car from the Romanian car manufacturer Dacia which is going to be produced from 2021. It is prefigured by the Dacia Spring Electric concept unveiled in March 2020.

Spark ODYSSEY 21

The Spark ODYSSEY 21, also known as Odyssey 21 is an electric off-road competition car specially designed for use in the Extreme E series, a proposed class of auto racing that only uses electric vehicles to race off-road in extremely remote parts ...

Fiat New 500

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles unveiled the battery-electric vehicle Fiat New 500 on March 4, 2020, in Milan, Italy; it was scheduled to be launched at the Geneva Motor Show, but that event was canceled amid the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic. The New 5 ...

Lithium nickel manganese cobalt oxides

Lithium nickel manganese cobalt oxides are mixed oxides of lithium, nickel, manganese and cobalt. They have the general formula LiNi x Mn y Co z O 2. The most important representatives have a composition with x + y + z = 1 and are closely related ...

Aiways

Aiways was founded by Fu Qian, former China sales chief of Volvo cars. In August 2019, Aiways acquired a 50 percent stake in Chinese domestic automaker Jiangling Holdings. Jiangling was relaunched as a 50-25-25 three-way partnership with Aiways, ...

Heat exchange

Heat exchange may refer to: Heat transfer, an area of engineering concerned with the transfer of thermal energy heat Air conditioner, a device that cools interior air, such as that of a building or vehicle Space heater, a device used to heat spac ...