The Northern Energy Initiative (TNEI) was last year asked to draw up a renewable energy vision for the North-east.
What does TNEI stand for?
TNEI stands for The Northern Energy Initiative (UK)
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We have 2 other meanings of TNEI in our Acronym Attic
- Tamil Nadu Environment Council (India)
- Temporary National Economic Committee (US congressional committee that studied monopolistic practices during 1938-1939)
- Thailand Network of Eco-Efficiency and Cleaner Production (Thailand)
- The New England Consortium (est. 1987; work safety)
- Trinucleotide Repeat Expansion Disease (genetics)
- Thematic Network for Extended Enterprises (Europe)
- Toolkit for Nursing Excellence at End-of-Life Transition
- Transport-Neutral Encapsulated Format (Microsoft)
- The New Economy Group
- Tamil Nadu Electrical Inspectorate (India)
- Talking Newspaper Enterprises Ltd
- Tennessee Emergency Management Agency
- Targeted Neighborhood Enhancement Plan (Arkansas)
- The Natural Edge Project (Australia)
- Tibial Nerve Evoked Potential
- Tonga National Energy Policy
- Toronto's Nuclear Emergency Plan
- Transnational Education Program (Western Michigan University)
- Transport Network Evolution Plan (Sprint)
- Tumeurs Neuro-Endocrines Pulmonaires (French)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In November 2002, the Government Office for the North East (GONE), commissioned the following organisations to prepare a Regional Strategy for Renewable Energy: the Northern Energy Initiative (TNEI), the Centre for Environmental and Spatial Analysis at the University of Northumbria (CESA), and the Landscape Research Group at the University of Newcastle (LRG).
The project initiated and managed by The Northern Energy Initiative Services Ltd is supported by Bryant, Taylor Woodrow and Persimmon Homes.
Representatives from local councils, the Forestry Commission, Northumberland National Park Authority, the Northern Energy Initiative and the MoD are currently looking into suitable locations for a large-scale wind farm.
But yesterday it emerged the Government Office North-East is working with local councils, the Forestry Commission, Northumberland National Park Authority, the Northern Energy Initiative and the MoD to study suitable locations for a large farm.