The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, the Gulf state's nuclear power developer, has revealed that it will break ground on a third plant later this year.
What does NE stand for?
NE stands for Nuclear Energy
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We have 35 other meanings of NE in our Acronym Attic
- Node Element
- Noise Equivalent
- not enrolled
- Not Equal
- Not Estimable
- Not Evaluated (IUCN Red List of Threatened Species category)
- Not Examined
- Nuclear Engineer
- Nuclear Envelope (cell anatomy)
- Nuclear Extract
- Nueva Ecija (Philippines)
- Nutrition Educator
- Occupation Special Delivery (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
- Operation Noble Eagle
- Network Engineering and Projects
- Naval Electronics & Surveillance Systems (Lockheed Martin)
- Neutrophil Elastase Positive
Samples in periodicals archive:
ABDURABBCountries around the world are seriously considering peaceful nuclear energy programs to solve the shortage of energy, according to UAE Energy Minister Suhail Mohammed Al-Mazrouei.
Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC), will commence the New Nuclear International Conference (NNIC) at the Ritz Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal beginning from November 11 till November 14.
Summary: The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) will host two public forums at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre and Ras Al Khaimah (Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Resort and Spa) this week, as part of its ongoing series of community meetings, which aim to increase awareness and understanding of the UAE's peaceful nuclear energy programme.
Mahmoud Reza Amini, a senior international strategist said that Iran's approach to defend its right to peaceful nuclear energy has now been shared with many other countries who will not stand discriminations against their right to peaceful nuclear development.
Noting that nuclear law "is in a continual state of flux," Inderscience said that the new journal's mission is to carry analysis on issues of concern to nuclear law and regulations, promote study of the problems related to the peaceful use of nuclear energy and contribute to the creation of legislation governing the peaceful use of nuclear energy.
Just past its 50th birthday, commercial nuclear energy is experiencing a tentative rejuvenation that could result in a greater role as a global source of electricity.
They believe global warming is increasingly our most pressing environmental concern, and recognize nuclear energy is a key part of the solution.