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What does OTEC stand for?
OTEC stands for Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion
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We have 15 other meanings of OTEC in our Acronym Attic
- Overtaken by Events
- Overtime Equalization
- Own-Ship Trajectory Estimator
- Owner's Trust Equity (financial modelling)
- Oxygen Transfer Efficiency (water and wastewater treatment)
- Office of Trade and Economic Analysis (US DOC)
- Ohio Technology Education Association
- Oklahoma Technology Education Association (Elk City, OK)
- Oklahoma Traffic Engineering Association (est. 1966)
- Operational Test & Evaluation Agency (Army)
- Ontario Tourism Education Corporation (Ontario, Canada)
- Operational Test & Evaluation Center
- Orchid Technologies Engineering & Consulting, Inc.
- Oregon Trail Electric Cooperative (Baker City, OR)
- Over the Edge Customs (car & truck club)
- Oliver Townend Eventers Challenge Championship (UK)
- On The Edge Christian Centre (Queensland, Australia)
- Operational Test and Evaluation Coordination Committee
- Oxford Technology Enterprise Capital Fund (Oxford, UK)
- Office Technique d'Études et de Coopération Internationales (French: Technical Office for Studies and International Cooperation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and Reignwood Group have signed a contract to start design of a 10-megawatt Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) power plant, which, when complete, will be the largest OTEC project to date.
It is a modification of ocean thermal energy conversion technology, which is based on the temperature differences between deep and shallow sea-waters.
Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) was conceived in 1881, with successful demonstration OTEC projects occurring in the latter part of the 20th century.
But ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) still has to prove itself.
Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) uses the ocean's thermal gradient to drive a heat engine.
Other sea-powered methods being considered by the Mauritians include ocean thermal energy conversion, a relatively unproven technology that uses differences in temperature between water near the surface and deeper water.
In addition, Cuban authorities say they've completed a project to develop ocean thermal energy conversion plants, taking advantage of year-round ocean temperatures of 28-30 degrees C.