According to numbers published by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's Office of Energy Projects, in H1 of this year, 229 renewable energy projects made up over 38 percent of new electrical generation capacity, comprising 50 wind projects (2,367 MW), 111 solar projects (588 MW), 59 biomass projects (271 MW), five geothermal projects (87 MW) and four water power projects (11 MW).
What does OEP stand for?
OEP stands for Office of Energy Projects (US FERC)
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We have 93 other meanings of OEP in our Acronym Attic
- Oblique Extension Principle
- Occupant Emergency Plan
- Occupant Emergency Program
- Occurrence Exceedance Probability Curve (insurance)
- Offentlig Elektronisk Postjournal (Danish: Public Electronic Mail Journal; Norway)
- Office of Ecosystem Protection (US EPA)
- Office of Educational Partnerships (various schools)
- Office of Emergency Planning
- Office of Emergency Preparedness (US Department of Health and Human Services)
- Office of Enforcement Policy
- Office of Environmental Policy
- Office of External Programs
- Office of Patents (various locations)
- Officer Education Program (various schools)
- Officer Exchange Program
- Offline Explorer Pro (software)
- Oil Extraction Process
- Oil of Evening Primrose (dietary supplement)
- Omission Evoked Potential
Samples in periodicals archive:
Similar pipeline construction followed earlier growth in shale gas production in Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas, said Jeffrey Wright, director of the Office of Energy Projects at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- On November 29, 2010, the Office of Energy Projects ("OEP staff") of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC") issued its Environmental Assessment of Tricor Ten Section Hub, LLC's proposed natural gas storage project near Bakersfield, California.
Liquefied Natural Gas Imports, Richard Foley, Case Manager Office of Energy Projects, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Adamson, former director of the Office of Energy Projects at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and a former senior Department of Energy (DOE) official.