2] (Carbon Dioxide) Equivalents, the standard measurement for carbon equivalent emissions.
What does CE stand for?
CE stands for Carbon Equivalent
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- Campaign Evaluation
- Canadian Embassy
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- Capabilities Exchange
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- Capillary Electrophoresis
- Capital Equipment
- Capital Expenditure
- Capsule Endoscopy
- Capture Effect
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So if Total take six months to drill a relief well and kill this release, 600,000 tonnes of carbon equivalent will come out.
Wrap said: "The fall in food waste has saved the carbon equivalent of taking a million cars off the road for a year.
The proposed investment at the Stalbridge Solvent Recovery facility will help the company reduce its gas fuel consumption by 90% and save up to 5,000 tonnes of carbon a year - an amount of carbon equivalent to 1,000 homes.
During the 20th century, industrial whaling activities depleted a storehouse of carbon equivalent to the forests of New England, a new study suggests.
A member of the CHP Partnership, American DG Energy was presented with a certificate by the EPA for projects that produced an estimated 16,000 metric tons (65,000 tons) of carbon equivalents less than typical separate heat and power, resulting in annual carbon emissions reductions equivalent to the emissions from 3,333 passenger vehicles.
In their initial calculations, the team worked out that 100 years of whaling had released an amount of carbon equivalent to burning 130,000 sq km of temperate forests, or to driving 128,000 Humvees continuously for 100 years.