announces a new strategic partnership with I-Contain and the receipt of an Ohio Coal Development Office grant of $330,000.
What does OCDO stand for?
OCDO stands for Ohio Coal Development Office
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- Orthogonal Code-Division Multiplexing
- Optical Code Division Multiple Access
- Orthogonal Code Division Multiple Access
- Orange County Digital Media Center (California)
- Onondaga County Department of Mental Health
- Off Campus Dining Network (various universities)
- Oke-Ogun Community Development Network (Ibadan, Nigeria)
- Overseas Chinese Daily News
- Original Chinese Domain Name Label
- Office of the Chief Dental Officer (Health Canada)
- Ontario Council of Drugless Osteopathy (Canada)
- Open Carry Dot Org (website)
- OpenCarry.org (open carry weapon website)
- Orange County Department of Health (New York)
- Oakland County Democratic Party (Michigan)
- Off Campus Degree Program (Southern Illinois University)
- Office of Career Development and Placement (Muhlenberg College)
- Offspring of Conjugal Diabetic Parents
- Orange County Department of Probation (New York)
- Orange County Drum and Percussion (maker of custom drums)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ohio Air Quality Development Authority (OAQDA) and its Ohio Coal Development Office (OCDO) have identified a list of eight counties as possible sites for the $1 billion 275-megawatt (MW) United States Department of Energy (DOE) FutureGen Project.
Through its participation, the OAQDA and its Ohio Coal Development Office will aid CCX and program participants in understanding how the environmentally sound use of fossil fuel resources can be integrated into company-wide greenhouse gas emission reduction and trading strategies.
The Ohio Coal Development Office (OCDO), a program of the Ohio Air Quality Development Authority, has been a major supporter of the ECO demonstration at Burger, contributing more than $5.
5 million commercial demonstration, which is scheduled to begin in Spring 2001, is being funded by FirstEnergy, Powerspan and the Ohio Coal Development Office.
In addition to Powerspan, FirstEnergy and the Ohio Coal Development Office within the Ohio Air Quality Development Authority are providing funding for the project.
Also in May, the Ohio Coal Development Office (OCDO) approved a collaborative program between DynaMotive and Babcock and Wilcox to test and scale up production and use of BioLime for commercial boilers.
In addition to AEP, Battelle and the DOE's National Energy Technology Laboratory, other partners providing financial and in-kind support to the project include BP, the Ohio Coal Development Office of the Ohio Department of Development, and Schlumberger.