Leaders representing Municipal Bonds for America (MBFA) and American Public Power Association (APPA) saluted Reps.
What does APP stand for?
APP stands for American Public Power
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We have 498 other meanings of APP in our Acronym Attic
- Allied Procedural Publications
- Allocation de Présence Parentale (French: Allocation of Parental Presence; family aid program)
- Alternating Pressure Pad
- Alternative Payment Program
- Aluminum Precision Products (Santa Ana, CA)
- Ambulante Psychiatrische Pflege (German: Outpatient Psychiatric Care)
- American Patriot Party (Jeffersonian philosophy)
- American Payroll Association
- American Precision Prototyping
- American Presence Post (smaller version of a US consulate)
- Amicale Police Patrimoine (French: Friendly Police Heritage)
- Amyloid Precursor Protein (neurology)
- Analog Pre-Processor
- Annual Payment Plan
- Annual Performance Plan
- Annual Procurement Plan
- Anti-Poverty Program
- Aphasies Primaires Progressives (French: Primary Progressive Aphasia; brain disease)
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Katherine Schacht was appointed by her fellow members of the Emerald People's Utility District Board to the Policy Makers Council of the American Public Power Association in Washington, D.
In a statement released by Donald Santa, president of INGAA, he credits the Aspen Environmental Group for raising valid issues in connection with greater reliance on natural gas for electric power generation in a report prepared for the American Public Power Association highlights.
He has also worked for wind as a legislative representative for the American Public Power Association, energy program director for the National Association of Counties and a House Interior Committee energy and water specialist.
2, Larry Silva, principal electrical engineer for Glendale, said the company stopped delivering natural gas to the city's supplier, American Public Power Agency.
American Public Power Association Executive Director Alan Richardson remarked that new regulations "keep public power electric utilities in limbo up to another three years.
Alan Richardson of the American Public Power Association voiced this fear in his congressional testimony: "Competitive markets do not require heavy regulatory or antitrust scrutiny.
The Groton smart grid project is being funded in part by the American Public Power Association's (APPA) Demonstration of Energy-Efficient Developments Program (DEED Program), the only research and development program funded by and for public power utilities.