Russia's state-owned Rosatom offered Bulgaria the most state-of-the-art nuclear power plant project , Nezavisimaya Gazeta says, pointing out that the AES 92 reactor has received a certification of compliance from the European Utility Requirements organization in 2007.
What does EUR stand for?
EUR stands for European Utility Requirements (nuclear power)
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We have 22 other meanings of EUR in our Acronym Attic
- Engineering, Utilities and Public Works Training Institute (Texas)
- Elemental Unit Quantity (cost measurment)
- End User Quarantine
- Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs (US State Department)
- Eastern Underground Railway (former transport system in Ipswich, England)
- Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (Netherlands)
- Esposizione Universale Romana (area of Rome, Italy)
- Estimated Ultimate Recovery (Oil & Gas)
- Euro (European Monetary Unit)
- Einnahmen-Überschuss-Rechnung (German: revenue account surplus)
- European Ergonomist
- European Engineer
- European Journal of Clinical Chemistry and Biochemistry
- European Journal of Clinical Chemistry and Clinical Biochemistry
- Centre Européen d'information pour la Formation Continue et l'Education Permanente (French)
- European Relocation Association
- European Renderers Association
- European Urban Research Association (UK)
- European Activity Address
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The European Utility Requirements (EUR) for Light Water Reactors have been developed by a group of the 16 major European electricity producers since the early 90's.