1 million in vouchers from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the state Department of Energy Resources.
What does DOER stand for?
DOER stands for Department of Energy Resources (Boston, MA)
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- Military and Government
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We have 6 other meanings of DOER in our Acronym Attic
- Dental Oncology Education Program
- Drug Offender Education Program (Texas)
- Department of Energy Procurement Instruction (also seen as DOE-PI)
- Department of Energy Property Management Regulations
- Director of Operational Energy Plans and Programs (US DoD)
- Department of Energy Procurement Regulation (also seen as DOE-PR)
- Department of Energy Qualification Program
- Deep Ocean Energy Resources
- Deep Ocean Exploration and Research
- Department of Employee Relations (Minnesota)
- Division of Energy Resources (Massachusetts, USA)
- Domestic Operations Equipment Requirements (US Air National Guard conference)
- Dredging Operations and Environmental Research program
- Department Of Energy Record Holding Area
- Defense Occupational Environmental Health Readiness System - Hearing Conservation
- Department of Energy Records Schedules
- DEERS Online Enrollment System
- Department of Employment Services (District of Columbia)
- Department of Environmental Services (various locations)
- Dimensions of Excellence Scales
Samples in periodicals archive:
The author plays fast and loose with the words "pollution" and "toxics," and above all misrepresents a scientific study requested by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources and completed by the Manomet Study Center.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center is a quasi-state agency that is funded through a surcharge on electric bills, and works in conjunction with the state Department of Energy Resources, the Massachusetts Environmental Protection Agency and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.
The state Department of Energy Resources also has filed legal papers critical of National Grid, which it said "failed to restore service in a safe and reasonably prompt manner.