PCC DEG Renewables of Germany, licensed by the Macedonian authorities to build five small hydroelectric power plants in the country, plans to put the first plant - Gradecka - into use in the third quarter of this year, said the company CEO Dirk Guerzenich in an interview with SeeNews.
What does HEP stand for?
HEP stands for Hydroelectric Power
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We have 154 other meanings of HEP in our Acronym Attic
- Household Evaluation Program
- Hrvatska Elektroprivreda Ltd (Croatia)
- Hub Expansion Port
- Hubbell Electrical Products
- Human Engineering Program
- Human Error Probability
- Human Exceptionalism Paradigm
- Huygen's Equivalence Principle
- Hydraulic Energy Products, Inc (Denver, CO)
- Hydro Electric Project
- Hepatitis A
- High-Explosive Plastic Tracer
- Have the Potential to Assist
- Hawaii Environmental Policy Act
- Health Enhancing Physical Activity
- High Efficiency Particle Arrestor (filter)
- High Efficiency Particle Attenuation
- High Efficiency Particulate Absorbing (less common)
- High Efficiency Particulate Arrestance
- High-Efficiency Particulate Air (filter)
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The Republic of Srbska government in Bosnia and Herzegovina will call a tender for the selection of strategic partners of the entity's power utility Elektroprivreda RS for the construction of 4 hydroelectric power plants on the upper basin of river Drina by the middle of August, RS industry minister Slobodan Puhalac said.
Funds from the United Nations System are for Development of Small-Scale Hydroelectric Power for Productive Use in Zones Outside the Network.
NORTHBRIDGE - The Linwood Mill complex has secured a $22,950 grant from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative to study revitalizing hydroelectric power at the historic Whitinsville site.