Non-conventional renewable energy represents an efficient tool to address growing electricity demand.
What does NCRE stand for?
NCRE stands for Non-Conventional Renewable Energy (law; Chile)
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- NHS (National Health Service) Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (sex education; teen pregnancy prevention; UK)
- Nickel City Roller Derby (Canada)
- National Capital Region, District of Columbia
- National Cryptologic Representative Defense (US DoD)
- National Coal Resources Data System
- National Cereals Research and Extension (Cameroon)
- National Christian Resources Exhibition (UK)
- National Computer Rank Examination (China)
- National Council on Rehabilitation Education
- Naval Construction Research Establishment
- North Carolina Rural Electrification Authority
- North Carolina Real Estate Commission
- North Central Research Extension Center (agricultural field research; Minot, ND)
- North County Regional Education Center (San Marcos, California)
- Northern Colorado River Extensional Corridor
- National Center for Research on Early Childhood Education
- North Carolina Rural Economic Development Center (Raleigh, NC)
- National Center for Research in Economic Education (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
- National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering (Taiwan)
- North Carolina Real Estate Educational Foundation
Samples in periodicals archive:
Apart from the conventional sources of energy generation, the exhibition would capitalize on the non-conventional renewable energy sources that are abundantly available in Pakistan like wind, solar, biomass and coal.
says a press release issued here Sunday Apart from the conventional sources of energy generation, the exhibition would capitalize on the non-conventional renewable energy sources that are abundantly available in Pakistan like wind, solar, biomass and coal.