Contract awarded for services to provide permission to connect to electricity and heating Status of Contract: Executed The total actual amount of the contract: 672921.
What does PTC stand for?
PTC stands for Permission to Connect
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of PTC
We have 572 other meanings of PTC in our Acronym Attic
- Penang Turf Club (est. 1864; Penang, Malaysia)
- Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission
- Pentagon Telecommunications Center
- People's Trading Centre
- Peoria Terminal Company
- Percutaneous Transhepatic Cholangiography (cancer-diagnostic procedure)
- Performance Training Center (West Linn, OR)
- Perkutane Transhepatische Cholangiodrainage (German, gastroenterology)
- Permanent Technical Committee (World Customs Organization)
- Permission to Camp (parental consent form for insurance purposes)
- Permit to Carry (various locations)
- Permit to Construct (building license)
- Permit-to-Campaign (Philippines)
- Persian Trade Company (South Africa)
- Personal Torrent Collector
- Personnel & Training Command (UK)
- Perth Theatre Company (Australia)
- Petaluma (Amtrakt station code; Petaluma, CA)
- Petroleum Technology Company
- Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee (Group Health Cooperative)
Samples in periodicals archive:
S permission to connect to the United States even as Mr Dotcom is facing extradition to the U.
For a Facebook user that is not an Rdio subscriber, clicking on a song automatically creates an Rdio account, but only after permission to connect Facebook and Rdio is given.
Attached to the SIPRNET backbone are local-area networks, certified to process secret data, which received permission to connect to the SIPRNET from the SIPRNET DAAs.
But that's just the start: approximately 10 GW of big solar projects have requested permission to connect to the California Independent System Operator's wholesale transmission grid in the coming years.
Six community-owned energy companies based in a remote part of Scotland have been given permission to connect 11 wind turbines to the National Grid.
Keeping up with IM is now "NBD" (No Big Deal) The software continues to offer its trusted features such as: * Time Limits -- Limit time spent online, allocate specific blocks of time for Internet access, and/or grant permission to connect by day-of- the-week * Remote Monitoring -- Usage reports can be stored on the computer or on the secure Safe Eyes server, providing remote monitoring capabilities from anywhere in the world at any time The Safe Eyes user interface received a complete overhaul as part of the software's latest upgrades.
Local approving authorities receive permission to connect local secret networks with specific configurations to the SIPRNET.