The [pounds sterling]45million facility is funded by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI), the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) and former Regional Development Agency One North East.
What does ETI stand for?
ETI stands for Energy Technologies Institute (UK)
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- Edista Testing Institute (India)
- Effective Technology Integration (education)
- Efficient Technology Inc (Redondo Beach, CA)
- Elapsed Time Indicator
- Elasticity of Taxable Income
- Electrical Training Institute (of Southern California)
- Electro-Therm International (Belgium)
- Elektronika Telekomunikacja Informatyka (Polish: Electronics Telecommunications Informatics)
- Emergent Technologies Inc (Austin, TX)
- Employment Trends Index (The Conference Board)
- Energy Time Indicator
- Engineering Technical Information
- Engineers Training Institute (various schools)
- Enhance Technology, Inc. (Santa Fe Springs, CA)
- Enhanced Training in Idaho
- Ensemble Transport Interface
- Ente Tabacchi Italiani (Italian: Italian Tobacco Authority)
- Ente Teatrale Italiano (Italy)
- Enterprise Telephone Integration (CMA)
- Enterprise Theory of Investigation (RICO statute)
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The PS45m facility is funded by the Energy Technologies Institute, the Technology Strategy Board and former regional development agency One North East.
ZUG, Switzerland -- Foster Wheeler AG (Nasdaq: FWLT) announced today that its Global Engineering and Construction Group has been awarded a study contract by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI).
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has announced that it is to invest pounds 25m to develop a stateof-the-art, open access wind turbine drive train test rig, which will be sited at Narec in Blyth.
The company participated in two major offshore wind R&D projects with the UK Energy Technologies Institute.
LONDON, July 19, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- As government, financiers and industrialists wrestle with how to get industrial scale but affordable low carbon technology up and running, Dr David Clarke, Chief Executive of the Energy Technologies Institute, gives a unique insight into what has been achieved to date and what needs to happen from here.
ON is investing pounds 50 million in new technologies and approaches over ten years, through the Energy Technologies Institute.
The deal builds on the work already done at Narec, where turbine blades and motors will be tested thanks to previous grants from organisations including the Energy technologies Institute (ETI) and One North East.