CATEE is co-hosted by the Energy Systems Laboratory and the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station.
What does ESL stand for?
ESL stands for Energy Systems Laboratory
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We have 258 other meanings of ESL in our Acronym Attic
- Elementary School Level (various locations)
- Elista (Russia)
- Embedded Systems Laboratory
- Emergency Service Level (FAA)
- Emergency Staffing Level
- Emitter Signal Library
- Employer Stop Loss (insurance)
- End of Service Life (product lifetime)
- End-User Subscription Licensing
- Énergies Services Lannemezan (French energy provider)
- Eng S Lustig Consulting Engineers Ltd (Tel-Aviv, Israel)
- Enghouse Systems Limited (Ontario, Canada)
- Engine Speed Limit
- Engine Speed Limiting (system)
- Engineering Systems Laboratory (various schools)
- English as a Second Language
- English Sign Language
- Entente Sportive Laneuvevilloise (French sports club)
- Entente Sud Lyonnais (French athletic club)
- Enterprise Software Licensing
Samples in periodicals archive:
An electric or gas-powered house in Potter or Tarrant County, for instance, could reduce its total energy use by as much as 25 percent under the 2012 model, according to the Energy Systems Laboratory at the Texas A&M University System.
Juan-Carlos Baltazar is Associate Research Engineer at the Energy Systems Laboratory of Texas A&M University, Dr.
James Eggebrecht, Professor of Engineering and Director of Energy Systems Laboratory at Texas A&M University.
In January, Texas will adopt a statewide building code that should cut the energy consumption of new single-family homes by more than 15 percent, according to the Energy Systems Laboratory at the Texas A&M University System.
Sustainable Energy Systems Laboratory Will Help DUNMORE Customers Improve Solar Module Reliability and Production Efficiency
Department of Energy, Texas State Energy Conservation Office and the Energy Systems Laboratory, which is part of Texas A&M University.
Sponsored by the Energy Systems Laboratory, Texas A&M University System, Louisiana Dept.