China passed its Renewable Energy Law, setting out policies to encourage the development of renewable energy generation capacity, in 2005.
What does REG stand for?
REG stands for Renewable Energy Generation (various locations)
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We have 44 other meanings of REG in our Acronym Attic
- Reggio Calabria, Italy - Tito Menniti (Airport Code)
- Regina (Latin: Queen)
- Registry (Microsoft Windows file extension)
- Regular Electronic Giving (Lutheran Laypeople's League of Australia, Inc.)
- Reno Evening Gazette
- Répertoire des Entreprises du Canton de Genève (French: Business Directory of Geneva; Switzerland)
- Research Equipment Grant (various organizations)
- Reservatory for Endangered Games
- Richard E. Grant (actor)
- Rotor Excitation Generator (electricty)
- Rural Enterprise Gateway (UK)
- Regius Professor
- Registration Point
- Regulatory/Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards
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announced today that it has launched McKim & Creed Green, a firm focused on the design, construction and maintenance of renewable energy generation systems and microgrids.
5m - go live this month targeting support at boosting job creation, business growth and renewable energy generation.
However, comparing the economic performance of EEMs with that of renewable energy generation to find this optimum combination may often be bypassed because of the complexity and speed of commercial construction projects.
According to a recent survey by Booz & Co, the MENA region has the potential to offer 45 percent of the world's total renewable energy generation.
RES4ALL targets clusters of remote tribal forest villages in eastern India and provides capital investment to buy renewable energy generation equipment and machinery to start community-based micro enterprises.
The Community Scale Renewable Energy Generation project will provide finance of pounds 100,000 to pounds 300,000 per project to support the development of community based renewable energy schemes such as wind, biomass and hydro power.
Before renewable energy generation is even considered it is vital to ensure that buildings are as energy efficient as possible, otherwise the potential benefits are simply wasted in offsetting un-necessary consumption," it said.