4-L, the Edison Materials Technology Center and ORNL, with the support of the DOE's Energy-SMARRT program managed by the Advanced Technology Institute.
What does EMTEC stand for?
EMTEC stands for Edison Materials Technology Center (Ohio)
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- Emergency Medical Technician Critical Care
- Eastern Michigan Tool and Die Collaborative LLC
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- Emergency Medical Technician Defibrillation
- Enhanced Moving Target Detection
- Electromagnetic Test Environment
- Energy and Maintenance Technologies (Denver, CO)
- European Multimedia Technologies (formerly BASF Magnetics; as of 2002)
- Electromagnetic Technology
- Emergency Telecommunications
- European Media Technology and Everyday Life Network (research program; EU)
- East Maui Taro Festival (Hana, HI)
- Educational Multimedia Task Force (EU)
- Electronic Mail Task Force
- Emergency Management Task Force
- Emergency Medical Task Force
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According to Taft, the 2006 grant recipients include Cleveland-based HydroGen Corporation, which was awarded $1 million for its "Development of Ohio-based Mass Manufacturing of Air-cooled Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells" project; Alliance-based SOFCo-EFS Holdings, LLC, which was awarded $999,841 for its "Advanced Components for Commercially Competitive Solid Oxide Fuel Cells" project; and Dayton-based Edison Materials Technology Center, which was awarded $1 million for its "Design for Manufacturability of TMI's SOFC System" project.
The Dayton, OH-based Edison Materials Technology Center (EMTEC) is a nonprofit, member-based organization committed to "accelerating materials technology to the market".
The Edison Materials Technology Center (EMTEC), a Dayton, Ohio-based not-for-profit consortium of industry, academic and government members, received an $80,000 grant to target the Midwest U.