amp;#8221; After attending the annual CREF event in Barbados next month, Brown will be returning in early 2012 to incorporate Solamon Jamaica, in the wake this past year of an island-wide series of renewable energy workshops produced by the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ), to implement Apollo Acre[TM] solar solutions that will enable communities and businesses to lessen their dependency on imported oil.
What does PCJ stand for?
PCJ stands for Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica
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We have 24 other meanings of PCJ in our Acronym Attic
- Pittsburgh Council for International Visitors
- Primary Containment Isolation Valve
- Pakistan Commissioner for Indus Waters
- Permanent Commission of Indus Waters
- Primary Care Informatics Working Group
- Peripheral Component Interconnect EXtended
- Personal Computer Integrated eXchange Format
- Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Yacht Racing Association
- Parenga (SIL code)
- Passaic County Jail (Passaic, NJ)
- Pierre Cardin Japan (clothing)
- Planning Commissioners Journal
- Pontifical College Josephinum (Columbus, OH)
- Port City Java (various locations)
- Power of Chaos Joey
- Premium Cash Journal (insurance)
- Pressing Comb in a Jar (hair relaxing system by Luster)
- Primitive Collections for Java
- Provincial Court Justice (Canada)
- Pacific Coast Japanese Conference (churches)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Infinity and the Government of Jamaica will form a new company ("NewCo"), which will hold the Government-owned assets of the Jamaican Sugarcane Industry and also an existing dehydration facility that currently belongs to the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica ("PCJ") with a capacity of approximately 40 million gallons (151 million liters) per year.
a subsidiary of the statutory government body Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica, has launched a six-month pilot project to study the performance of E10, a blend of 10 percent ethanol and 90 percent conventional gasoline, in different vehicles.