While solar power systems have been gaining in acceptance, the use of third party power purchase agreements have accelerated in Massachusetts since last summer, said Phil Giudice, commissioner of the Division of Energy Resources.
What does DOER stand for?
DOER stands for Division of Energy Resources (Massachusetts, USA)
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We have 6 other meanings of DOER in our Acronym Attic
- 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)
- Department of Energy Resources (Boston, MA)
- 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
- Director Of Evaluation & Standardization
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Dwayne Breger, Massachusetts Division of Energy Resources, explained the role of state Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPSs) in spurring the development of forest biomass electricity generation.
has received a Statement of Qualification from the Massachusetts Division of Energy Resources for its Ellicottville, N.
The state will also use $8 million in State Energy Program funding that was awarded to the state Division of Energy Resources under the federal stimulus program, for photovoltaic systems between 5 and 200 kilowatts.