As well, it is responsible for the power sector and oversees the power utility, the Central Electricity Board (CEB).
What does CEB stand for?
CEB stands for Central Electricity Board (Mauritis)
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- Camera Electronics Box
- CCD Electronics Box
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- Cellule Économique de Bretagne (French: Economic Unit of Britain; association)
- Center for Excellence in Business
- Centre d'Entraînement des Brigades (French: Brigade Training Center)
- Centre d'Essai Bio (French: Bio Test Center; Belgium)
- Centre d'Étude du Bouchet (French: Bouchet Study Center; est. 1922)
- Centre d'Études Balkaniques (French: Balkan Studies Center)
- Centre Emile Bernheim (Université Libre de Bruxelles; Belgium)
- Centre Équestre de Buzenval (French: Buzenval Equestrian Center)
- Centre Équestre du Béarn (French equestrian club)
- Centre Européen de Bioprospective
- Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics (various locations)
- Cercle Edouard Branco (French martial arts school)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The electricity produced is sold to the national grid, the Central Electricity Board (CEB).
The Central Electricity Board (CEB), has produced a Grid Code that defines the rights and obligations of small independent power producers in terms of planning, operations and management of the grid.
Mr Allison has more than 25 years experience, having worked for companies such as the Central Electricity Board and the National Grid where he has held senior positions in various departments.
Eventually, any Mauritian willing to produce electricity from renewable sources like solar and photovoltaic (pv) panels for his own consumption will also be able to sell any power that is surplus to their requirement to the Central Electricity Board (CEB).