Commissioned by Greenpeace and the European Renewable Energy Council (EREC), the 2012 Energy evolution report lays out steps towards almost carbon-free energy.
What does EREC stand for?
EREC stands for European Renewable Energy Council (est. 2000)
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We have 17 other meanings of EREC in our Acronym Attic
- Edmund Rice Education Australia (Richmond, Victoria, Australia)
- Établissement Régional d'Enseignement Adapté (French: Adapted Regional Education Establishment)
- Edmonton Real Estate Board (Canada)
- Ethylene Response Element Binding Protein
- Ethylene Response Element Binding Protein 1 (tobacco gene)
- East Richmond Education Centre (Nova Scotia, Canada)
- Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Clearinghouse
- Enlisted Records and Evaluation Center
- Error Resilient Entropy Code
- Escambia River Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Florida)
- European Economic Research Consortium
- Electronic Reconnaissance
- Extended Range Engine Coolant Pressure
- Edmonton Regional Educational Consulting Services (Canada)
- Eradication of Repulsive Evil and Corruption Team (gaming clan)
- Environmental Residue Effects Database
- External Redundant
- Ethiopian Rural Energy Development and Promotion Center (Ministry of Mines and Energy of Ethiopia)
- Employee Referral
- Environmental Research and Education Foundation
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95 Paperback Sourcebook on contemporary controversies HD9502 Brown (a public interest lawyer practicing in New Jersey) presents a review of current debates on the issue of green energy in the from of 21 writings from such sources as the United Nations Development Programme, the Council on Foreign Relations, International Rivers, the Union of Concerned Scientists, the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, the European Renewable Energy Council, Greenpeace International, and the Natural Resources Defense Council.
The European Renewable Energy Council estimates that the renewable energy sector in the EU-15 countries alone will employ the full-time equivalent of more than one million employees by 2010 and about two million by 2020, with the highest levels of capital investment in wind, solar thermal, biomass and photovoltaic.