Project Manager Mobile Electric Power (PM MEP) held the Power User Conference from 8 to 10 May 2012 at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.
What does MEP stand for?
MEP stands for Mobile Electric Power (Generators)
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We have 316 other meanings of MEP in our Acronym Attic
- Minister of Energy and Petroleum (Venezuela)
- Ministerio de Educacion Publica (Spanish: Ministry of Public Education)
- Ministry of Environment Protection (various locations)
- Minority Engineering Program (college)
- Mission Equipment Package
- Mission Essential Personnel (US Air Force)
- Mission Execution Plan
- Missions Etrangères de Paris (French: Society of Foreign Missions of Paris; France)
- Mitsubishi Engineering-Plastics (Japan)
- Mobile Electric Power
- Mobile Elevated Platform
- Mobile Equipment Personalization
- Model European Parliament
- Modified Epley Procedure (posterior canal benign paroxysmal positional vertigo treatment)
- Module Error Permeability
- Molecular Electrostatic Potential
- Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (various organizations)
- Monitoring, Execution, Planning
- Motor End Plate (neuromuscular junction)
- Motor Evoked Potential
Samples in periodicals archive:
The contract for supply of mobile electric power generators costing SR 471,000.
Mobile electric power (MEP) designation confusion is a common disease.
The next-generation demonstration system will use advanced SOFC stacks in an effort to achieve the three- to 10-kilowatt power goal suitable for meeting the military's Mobile Electric Power generation requirements.
Richard is currently the DoD Deputy Project Manager, Mobile Electric Power.
This contract aligns perfectly with our Military and Aerospace Manufacturing Division's strategic plan to expand market share in the military mobile electric power space," said Fidelity President David Gulati.
REF, with input from the Marine Corps' Expeditionary Energy Office, Project Manager Mobile Electric Power, Product Manager Ground Soldier, and the Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center, selected solutions based on availability, deployment performance, and Department of Defense safety test results.
The supply contract was signed with state-run FGC's wholly owned subsidiary Mobile GTES, Russia's leading manufacturer of mobile electric power stations.